Another plan that benefits rakyat, says Saribas incumbent


SPAOH: In addition to improving air connectivity in Sarawak, the plan to set up a boutique airline under Hornbill Skyways will intensify tourism activities.

Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) Supreme Council member Mohd Razi Sitam said Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg had many new ideas.

“I think, this is a future plan for Sarawak that will benefit the people.

“And I am confident it will be welcomed by all parties because this is an opportunity to generate and grow the state’s economy,” he said on Tuesday (Nov 30).

Razi, who is also the Saribas incumbent, was optimistic that this plan could be realised because the Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) government had always kept its promises.

“For the tourism and transportation industry players, they can already be ready to seize the opportunity.

“They can promote tourist destinations in rural areas.

“I can imagine Sarawak will be a focal destination, if this effort becomes a reality.”

In the meantime, Razi hoped the people would continue to back GPS so that efforts to increase the potential and develop the state run smoothly.

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