Long-serving Works Ministry deputy sec-gen Zahrul draws praise from Dr Wee

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 07 Jun 2023

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong has praised the work done by long-serving Works Ministry deputy secretary-general (policy and development) Zahrul Hakim Abdullah.

The former transport minister attended the recent Dewan Rakyat Infrastructure, Transport and Communication Select Committee meeting chaired by Tanjong Manis MP Haji Yusuf Abdul Wahab and complimented the detailed and strenuous work done by Zahrul.

"Zahrul led the senior officers to give a comprehensive presentation on the work scope and functions of each agency under the ministry, along with the projects being implemented and planned as well as the challenges faced.

"It was followed by a Q&A session and each committee member gave their views, suggestions and constructive feedback.

"Thank you, Zahrul, for providing precise and articulate replies to the questions," Dr Wee wrote in a Facebook post on Wednesday (June 7).

The MCA president then also applauded Zahrul's career and thanked him for his long years of service.

"Zahrul has been serving the ministry for 25 years and was responsible for parliamentary affairs when the late Tun Samy Vellu was the works minister.

"That means he has served a total of seven work ministers. Congratulations Zahrul," he added.

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