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Minimum Salary Is Within Selangor State Government Means

SHAH ALAM: Selangor Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim said the move to implement the RM1,500 minimum salary for employees of government-owned companies was made within the state government’s means.

 

He said this when winding up the debate on the 2012 Budget in the State Assembly today.

 

When tabling the Budget recently, Abdul Khalid said the minimum salary for the state government-linked companies would be carried out next year.

 

He said it was aimed at encouraging the companies to conduct training programmes to enhance the skills of their workers.

 

He also denied claims by opposition members in the State Assembly that the state government was discriminating the state public servants by implementing the minimum salary only for employees of the GLCs. — BERNAMA

 

Read more: NST and Bernama

Selangor Government Unveil RM1.6b Budget

SHAH ALAM: The Selangor government yesterday unveiled its RM1.6 billion budget for 2012, an increase of 11.89 per cent from this year’s RM1.43 billion.

 

Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim also announced RM300 million “Selangorku Grant” programme, which he said would strengthen the state economy through 17 new programmes.

 

“The welfare of the people are foremost in this budget. That is why RM50 million has been allocated to improve public facilities like roads and drainage systems,” said Khalid when tabling the budget at the state assembly sitting.

 

He also announced the setting of RM1,500 as minimum wage for employees of state government-owned companies, beginning next year.

 

“For the companies  with  weak financial standing, the government will allocate RM10 million to help them out.”

 

Later, when asked on claims by the opposition that the RM10 million allocation for the minimal wage fund was from asset sales of Selangor State Development Corporation, Khalid said the funds were from the Menteri Besar Incorporated’s earnings from state government-linked companies.

 

Source: NST

The Biggest Sacrifice Participation At The Blue Mosque Selangor

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SHAH ALAM: This year, Masjid Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah (The Blue Mosque) has received 34 heads of cattle for sacrifice ritual in conjunction with Aidiladha celebration. 1 of it is from Syarikat Shahpadu. This is the biggest participation for this mosque.

 

The cattle meat has been distributed to all of the district people including an orphanage. For this year, the price for 1 cattle is  RM2,500 and RM370 for a part of it.

Other than sacrifice ceremony, the mosque also organised Islamic Forum and circumcision ceremony for the AidilAdha celebration.

 

Translated from tvsnews.

Picture courtesy of tvsnews.