Monday, December 22, 2008

A senior citizen's letter to the new Mayor


Is it too much to ask, Fuad? Blogger Pok Ku has written a letter asking the new KL Mayor to help residents at the scruffiest apartments in the Klang Valley, cut out after thieves stole their phone cables three weeks ago, reconnect with civilization.

Read his open letter here.

9 comments:

apanama said...

Maybe the 'caring" Sime Darby could help DBKL and the new Mayor ...

Pak Idrus said...

Rocky, thanks so much for highlighting this in your blog.

Have a nice day.

Anonymous said...

why do we suggest sime darby to take over DBKL. Maybe they can do better than the current administrator. After that let Sime Darby takes over Johor State, Melaka and better still all state. Make the CEO of Sime Darby the new Prime Minister.

zamri, sunway semenyih

Sikh and Tired said...

Dear Datuk Bandar,

I am sure you read blogs. If you don't
I'm sure you will be reading blogs soon.
And if you can't even resolve this little
issue involving some scruffy oldies, we'll
make sure you'll be forced to read a great
many blogs and none of them are going to
to be pleasant. Good day, Datuk.

Sikh and Tired said...

Dear Datuk Bandar,

I am sure you read blogs. If you don't
I'm sure you will be reading blogs soon.
And if you can't even resolve this little
issue involving some scruffy oldies, we'll
make sure you'll be forced to read a great
many blogs and none of them are going to
to be pleasant. Good day, Datuk.

Pokku said...

I have to keep this comment short. The wireless modem has the tendency to go off-air without warning.
Thank you for highlighting our problem, Rocky. Let us see what actions would be taken.
Happy belated birthday! I missed that because I dint have Internet.

antubiul said...

He s once MPSJ chief and is he the right choice for KL Mayor?. I still remember the Big Bird statue aka some sort of Taman for Subang Jaya people built near the SS13 round about. Hope he wont start building Big Birds stautue at KL

Rocky's Bru said...

[Mail sent to several recipients]

Tuan-tuan & Puan,

We are taking the initiative to forward the following feedback appeared in the said blog for your immediate attention and action.

We seek your understanding and effort beyond the bureaucratic norms to hasten the resolution for the problem faced by the consumers.

We also seek due resources are provided by the enforcement agencies concerned for the risks faced by the residence as well as the co-ordination by DBKL to initiate the involvement of the residence to improve the security of the residential concerned.


Thank you.

Ikhlas,


Muhammad Sha'ani b. Abdullah
Ketua Eksekutif / Chief Executive
Pusat Khidmat Aduan Pengguna Nasional
National Consumer Complaints Centre (NCCC)
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E-mail :mdshaani@nccc.org.my
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Federation of Malaysian Consumers Associations
Gabungan Persatuan-Persatuan Pengguna-Pengguna Malaysia (FOMCA)
1D-1, Bangunan SKPPK, Jalan SS 9A/17, Sungai Way,
47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, MALAYSIA
www.fomca.org.my
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Anonymous said...

Not to worry.

Citizen Nades will welcome the new Mayor.

His long feud is likely to be prolonged.

A GOOD MAN DOES NOTHING.