Razi (eighth left) with the Chinese community at the event.

By Noor Syahhira Hady

DEBAK: Problems and issues raised by the Chinese community have never been neglected, in fact, their needs are constantly monitored for consideration.

Saribas assemblyman Mohammad Razi Sitam said that his state constituency is attended to equally regardless of the majority or minority group.

“My principle is that any issues or problems that have reached my ears are attended to accordingly no matter who they are from — Malay, Iban or Chinese communities.

“This method is important in order to ensure that no race is being marginalised.

“Therefore, the Malay, Iban and Chinese communities will not miss out on any development brought by the state government,” he said in the operations room of Debak Chung Hua Association last Saturday (Oct 17).

Razi (seated third right) listening to the grievances raised by Debak residents.

The continuous support from the Chinese community towards the Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) government made it clear that they are needed for the smooth-sailing of development matters.

“I am confident that there are many GPS policies and initiatives made by Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg for the benefit of the people,” he said.

Razi also explained the effort to develop Saribas, especially through the implementation of Projek Rakyat, rural transformation project (RTP), minor rural project (MRP) and so on.

He also said that he would consider the issues brought by the Chinese community, especially those related to the application for repairing of houses, roads as well as agricultural and livestock assistance, and solutions to electricity and water supply problems.

Also present at the venue are Kapitan Tan Xiao Ping, and Board of Management chairman Lim Ming Hai Lim Ming Hai.