Beting Maro rep wants RTP projects to be done seriously

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PUSA: The delay in the implementation of the Rural Transformation Programme (RTP) projects not only has a negative impact on the government but it also frustrates folk who expect them to be completed within the stipulated period.

In this regard, Beting Maro assemblyman Razaili Gapor warned the implementing agencies or contractors to be more serious in carrying out their responsibilities.

According to him, there were several RTP and special RTP projects in Beting Maro that had been delayed.

“In fact, some projects have not been completed for more than two or three years, which they should be ready before the 12th Sarawak Election or before 2020.

“Among the projects are the construction of Kampung Pusa Community Hall, Pusa Sports Arena, Kampung Beladin Hawker Stalls, Kampung Semarang Mosque and several more.

“Therefore, I really hope that the implementing agencies or contractors can complete them as soon as possible,” he said after holding a meeting with technical agencies here on Tuesday (Jan 18).

Elaborating further, he said upon completion, all the planned projects would have a huge impact on the residents.

“This is what the contractors should think about when doing their work.”

He hoped that there would be a new approach to completing any delayed projects.

Also present was acting Pusa District officer Bujang Ladi.

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