Sabah Chief Minister Hajiji Mohd Noor announced the allocation of RM100,000 to all 73 Sabah assemblymen as a part of the state government’s “caring touch” policy. The allocation of RM7.3 million in total includes those in opposition as well. He hopes that the sum will help assemblymen and local leaders to help their people in need.
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Hajiji said that the allocation was made as part of the state government’s “caring touch” policy, which was proposed by PM Ismail Sabri in the spirit of the “Malaysian Family.”
According to him, the move comes under various existing aid and those being channelled by the state and federal governments. With this, he expressed his hope that the current crisis in the country will soon come to an end.
He further stated that this in his winding-up speech at the Sabah Legislative Assembly yesterday. He also hopes that the two blocs can keep their differences aside to work towards the same goals, i.e development, and prosperity of the state.