A fair reckoning


It has been some months since my last column. I took some time off to reflect and digest what has happened to our country over the past few months. My only hope is that next year will be better than the last two years for all of us.

The floods that ravaged Selangor and other states in Peninsular Malaysia are a wake-up call for us that climate change is a real challenge. We also need to ensure our drainage system is efficient and capable of coping with extreme weather conditions. But most importantly, we need our leaders to recognise that selfies and cheeky posts are not what people need. Malaysia needs leadership, and it is the collective responsibility of the government.

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Romen Bose , Barisan Nasional , Najib Razak , 1MDB

Ivanpal Singh Grewal

Ivanpal Singh Grewal

Ivanpal Singh Grewal is an Advocate & Solicitor. He was formerly Political Secretary to the Minister of Plantation Industries & Commodities.

   

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