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Sunday, March 18, 2012

Najib: ‘Don’t listen to opposition’

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BERUAS: Barisan Nasional chairman Najib Tun Razak reminded the people here today not to ‘rely’ on opposition stories, alleging that “they (the opposition) seem to be in chaos’.

“The opposition’s stories cannot be relied upon because they don’t have the capacity to administer the country efficiently. Even now they seem to be in chaos.

“So, don’t listen to them (opposition) if they come,” he said in his speech at the programme “Sepagi Bersama Perdana Menteri” (One Morning With The Prime Minister) at the Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Changkat Beruas field, here.

He said the Barisan Nasional government has carried out many things to bring prosperity to the people including channelling various assistance because it had the capability to administer the country efficiently and effectively.

Najib said the government had also succeeded in reducing national debt and raise national income, despite the many assistance given to the people.

“This means that we are able to administer the country well, manage the national economy efficiently.

“(We) ensure that the national economy can continue to expand, national revenue increases, (and) when we achieve such success, we return the national wealth to the people,” said the Prime Minister who was making a one-day visit to Perak.

Najib said he and the BN government were sticking to their promise for the past three years and returning to the people the country’s revenue.

“Does this make us an irresponsible government? Certainly if we return the national wealth to the people, it means that the government is giving priority to the people.

“As I have promised all this while, (where) for the past three years we practiced the concept (1Malaysia, People First, Performance Now),” he said.

‘We’re not irresponsible’

Najib said as such, if the opposition accused that the BN government was irresponsible, the accusation was incorrect.

An irresponsible government was one that used up the country’s funds, and at the same time, (it) increased national debt merely to gain the support of the people, he said.

“As the general election approached near, only then do they give aid merely to gain votes without managing the national economy properly.

“That is an irresponsible government which does not think of the future of the country,” he said.

He said such a government only wished to win the support of the people and wanted to be popular in any way possible which was different from the approach taken by the government under the BN.




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