Use proper channel to clarify issues
By:Alexandra Lorna

SARATOK: Community leaders are advised not to spread any dissatisfaction that would cause libel about the government on social media or in public.

Krian assemblyman Friday Belik said if there is any doubt about an issue, community leaders should personally meet with the representative (assemblyman) of the people or even an officer at the representative’s service centre.

“The act of spreading accusations only harms the residents under their care and damages their integrity,” he said during the handing over of minor rural project (MRP) cheques at Saratok District Office Council multipurpose hall, recently.

He also advised the longhouse Village Security and Development Committees (JKKK) to utilise the allocation given as best as possible for the benefit of all longhouse residents.

“All expenses must be made transparently and upon the agreement of all,” he added.

During the event, a total of 88 community leaders received the MRP funds.

Friday has channelled MRP allocations to 169 recipients with a total of RM 1,328,500 for Phase 1, 2022.

New Sarawak Tribune e-Paper

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