Monday, July 9, 2012

Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak hari ini menuntut rakyat Selangor supaya memberikan peluang kepada kerajaan Barisan Nasional (BN) untuk mentadbir kembali negeri tersebut yang kini berada di bawah kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat (PR).


Najib dalam siri keenam Jelajah Janji Ditepati peringkat negeri Selangor di Bandar Baru Bangi hari ini turut menjelaskan, BN telah banyak berjasa sebelum ini dan telah membuktikan keupayaan mereka untuk mengekalkan kestabilan ekonomi dan keamanan di negeri terkaya di Malaysia itu.


"Berilah kami peluang, BN telah membuktikan kami boleh menjamin kestabilan keharmonian dan kami berjanji kemakmuran dan kemajuan akan dapat dilaksanakan.


"Janji ditepati ini bukan slogan, tetapi adalah bukti BN dapat laksanakan janji yang telah kami berikan" katanya (gambar) di hadapan hampir 50,000 pengunjung program jelajah tersebut.


Tambah perdana menteri itu lagi, BN perlu menang di Selangor untuk menjadikan masa depan negeri itu lebih baik.


"Kita juga perlukan kemenangan. Kalau kita menang, melalui mandat yang rakyat berikan, masa depan Selangor akan jadi lebih baik.


Justeru, Najib turut membidas janji-janji yang telah ditabur Pakatan Rakyat di Selangor kerana mereka tidak pernah menunaikan janji-janji tersebut.


"Sebelum 2008, PR telah menabur banyak janji. Apa dah jadi kepada janji tersebut. Mana janji mereka? Kita perlu meletakkan kebertanggungjawaban kepada kerajaan negeri yang telah memerintah selama empat tahun itu.


"Kita di ambang pilihan raya, namun masih tiada gambaran janji dulu akan ditunaikan, hari ini mereka tabur janji lagi dalam Buku Jingga, yang mana jika dilaksanakan, maka akan hancur ekonomi negara," tambah Najib lagi.


Selain itu, ahli Parlimen Pekan ini turut mengakui BN telah melakukan kesalahan sewaktu pilihan raya umum 2008 lalu, namun beliau berjanji akan menebus kesalahan tersebut dengan memberikan yang terbaik kepada rakyat Selangor pada masa hadapan jika kembali diberi mandat dalam pilihan raya umum ke-13.


"Mungkin kita buat silap sikit dalam PRU lalu, tapi kita akan buat yang lebih baik pada masa depan," tambahnya lagi.


Najib yang nyata teruja dengan kehadiran pengunjung dan sambutan yang diberikan kepadanya turut menambah "jumlah yang ramai ini mungkin gambaran petanda yang baik di Selangor ini."


Sebelum itu, Najib sempat menghabiskan masa lebih satu jam bersarapan pagi bersama peniaga dan wakil penduduk di Pasar Seksyen 1, Bandar Baru Bangi, malah, beliau juga turut mendengar dan menerima aduan daripada penduduk setempat.

26 ulasan :

Green Sabah said...

Well, it's up to the Selangor folks to vote their government during the next general election, whether PAS will be given mandate again or they will give their support to BN. Let's just wait and see.

http://sabah-go-green.blogspot.com/

Green Sabah said...

Every party hope to win the support from majority of the people, nothing wrong if BN wanted to regain the Selangor voter's support during the GE-13.

http://sabah-go-green.blogspot.com/

mantera said...

biarlah rakyat Selangor membuat pilihan untum memilih BN atau tetap dgn PR.

Farah Zehra said...

Biasa saja pun kalau BN mahu menang di Selangor.

Farah Zehra said...

Rakyat Selangor yang berhak tentukan keputusan.

Batresiah said...

Ini mungkin kerana Datuk Najib tidak mahu Selangor terus dijadikan permainan oleh parti PR.

Batresiah said...

Kita perlu tahu juga yang mana keadaan di Selangor sekarang ini semakin teruk berbanding sebelum ini. Memang ekonomi meningkat tapi sosial kehidupan penduduk dikawasan itu tidak begitu dibela dan diabaikan oleh PR.

Batresiah said...

Kita tunggu saja perkembangan seterusnya dalam hal ini. Adakah Datuk Najib mampu menawan semula Selangor atau tidak pada PRU13 nanti.

Harryzan Aming said...

siapa la yang tidak mahu menguasi negeri yang paling maju di Malaysia..

DorianG said...

Barisan Nasional (BN) has the edge to win the 13th general election (GE) and wresting at least two states from the opposition, according to a study carried out by several lecturers.

DorianG said...

Assoc Prof Dr Fuad Mohd Jali from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) said the BN was leading if a study conducted on 1,400 respondents in Kedah and Selangor from March to May was anything to go by.

DorianG said...


“In Selangor, the respondents banked their hope on the BN while in Kedah the situation is 50-50, but it may change,” he said at a roundtable themed “The 13th GE: Who is Malaysia’ Choose’ organised by the National Council of Professors’ Politics, Security and International Affairs Cluster, here.

DorianG said...


Fuad, who is UKM School of Social, Development and Environment chairman, said the 13th GE would be the acid test of whether the BN had restored its support or whether the opposition would maintain its stranglehold in four states.

DorianG said...


On the whole, he said 69.6 per cent of the respondents indicated that the BN would win the 13th GE in which 37.5 per cent felt it would a landslide victory while 32.1 per cent by a simple majority.

DorianG said...


For the Selangor state election, he said 54.1 per cent of the respondents went for the BN, 14.4 per cent (PAS), three per cent (PKR) and the rest (not sure) while at the parliamentary level, 57 per cent wanted the BN, 20.6 per cent (opposition) and 22.4 per cent (not sure).

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Fuad said based the results deduced from simulation studies carried out in Selangor based on the 11th and 12th GEs, the present voter profile and the BN reputation indicated that the BN would win 40 state seats.

DorianG said...


In Kedah, 50.7 per cent of the respondents opted for PAS for the state seats, 49.3 per cent (BN) while the rest (not sure), he said.

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He said the leadership and popularity of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak would be a major contributing factor that would give the BN the edge to win the 13th GE.

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“An average of 87.4 per cent of respondents aged between 21 and 60 supported Najib. Seventy-six per cent said Najib portrays very good image compared to opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat,” said Fuad.

DorianG said...


He said while the BN lost the support of young people in 2008, Najib had turned the tide against the opposition by garnering their support through the ‘magnet module’ approach by implementing political transformation and engaging them through social networking.

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“About 54 per cent of respondents stated that the PAS-led government should not be maintained, while 58 per cent felt that the BN should continue to be the government at the federal level,” she said.

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Assoc Prof Dr Rohana Yusof from Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM), who conducted a study on 10,800 respondents in Kedah from November 2011 until February this year, said PAS was losing its ground in Kedah as it had failed to fulfil the promises made in the last general election.

DorianG said...

She said the people of Kedah were more receptive to federal government’s policies against that of the state, and as such the BN should be given the mandate in Kedah.

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Rohana said the people also felt that they needed a capable Menteri Besar who is a trouble shooter, accessible to the people and more willing to go down to the grassroots to meet the people.

DorianG said...

“This gives an impression that Kedah Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Azizan Abdul Razak does not live up to their expectations.

DorianG said...

“Largely, the respondents wanted MP for Jerlun Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir to be the next MB if the BN wrested the state from PAS,” said Rohana.