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Kerajaan akan menambah baik Skim Jaminan Prihatin Danajamin (SJPD) yang berjumlah RM50 bilion bagi menyokong sektor swasta untuk berkembang dan merancakkan ekonomi negara.

Perdana Menteri Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin berkata, langkah penambahbaikan itu termasuk meningkatkan pembiayaan maksimum sehingga RM1 bilion, memperluas skop pembiayaan dengan tempoh jaminan sehingga 10 tahun dan membenarkan syarikat milik asing beroperasi di Malaysia mendapat jaminan SJPD.

“Syarikat milik asing yang ingin mendapatkan jaminan SJPD mesti mempunyai jumlah pekerja tempatan sekurang-kurangnya 75 peratus.

“Kerajaan berharap penambahbaikan itu dapat menjana pertumbuhan sektor swasta dan juga mengekalkan kedudukan Malaysia sebagai destinasi pilihan pelaburan,” katanya ketika pengumuman Pakej Bantuan Perlindungan Ekonomi dan Rakyat Malaysia (Permai) yang disiarkan secara langsung di stesen televisyen, hari ini.

Sementara itu, Muhyiddin berkata, kerajaan akan memperluaskan Geran Khas Prihatin Tambahan (GKP Permai) kepada 500,000 perusahaan kecil sederhana (PKS) di tujuh negeri yang dikenakan Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan (PKP) dengan bayaran RM1,000 manakala 300,000 PKS di negeri lain akan menerima RM500.

Katanya, peluasan inisiatif GKP Permai itu membabitkan peruntukan tambahan sebanyak RM650 juta.

“Sekiranya terdapat negeri berubah menjadi zon merah dan diisytiharkan PKP, kerajaan sedia membantu dengan menyalurkan bantuan tambahan kepada PKS di negeri terbabit serta-merta,” katanya.

Beliau berkata, Katanya, kerajaan juga akan mempercepatkan pelaksanaan skim mikrokredit dan mempercepatkan pelaksanaan Kempen e-Dagang PKS, PKS Mikro serta kempen Shop Malaysia Online dengan jumlah peruntukan RM300 juta.

Katanya, melalui kempen itu usahawan mikro akan mendapat bimbingan perniagaan dan pembeli akan menikmati penjimatan melalui jual beli secara dalam talian.

HM

Melayang RM1,000 gara-gara mahu berhibur

December 28, 2020 | News | No Comments

Seramai 16 individu yang berhibur sambil minum minuman alkohol dikompaun sebanyak RM1,000 selepas didapati ingkar Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan Bersyarat (PKPB) di sebuah pusat hiburan di Lintas Plaza di sini, malam tadi.

Mereka dikesan melakukan kesalahan itu ketika operasi pada 11.45 malam yang dijalankan pasukan Bahagian Siasatan Jenayah Narkotik dan Bahagian Siasatan Jenayah, Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah (IPD) Kota Kinabalu.

Ketua Polis Daerah Kota Kinabalu Asisten Komisioner Habibi Majinji berkata, ketika serbuan pihaknya mendapati premis berkenaan sedang beroperasi dengan sekumpulan individu sedang berhibur di premis berkenaan.

Menurutnya, pasukannya menahan 10 lelaki dan enam wanita berusia antara 21 hingga 36 tahun untuk pemeriksaan dan proses dokumentasi selepas didapati ingkar prosedur operasi standard (SOP) PKPB.

“Mereka yang dikompaun didapati melakukan kesalahan mengikut Peraturan-Peraturan Pencegahan dan Pengawalan Penyakit Berjangkit (No.8), Peraturan 10 dan boleh dihukum mengikut Peraturan 11 dan dikenakan kompaun.

“Operasi ini dijalankan berikutan kerajaan masih melaksanakan PKPB dan masyarakat hendaklah mematuhi sebarang SOP yang dikuatkuasakan,” katanya dalam kenyataan, hari ini.

Habibi berkata, ujian saringan awal air kencing turut dijalankan ke atas enam lelaki di premis berkenaan dan semuanya didapati negatif dadah.

Menurutnya, tahap pematuhan masyarakat terhadap SOP yang ditetapkan Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (KKM) adalah penentu kejayaan PKPB.

“Mana- mana individu yang melakukan kesalahan mengikut Akta Pencegahan Dan Pengawalan Penyakit Berjangkit 1988 (Akta 342), boleh dikenakan hukuman penjara tidak melebihi dua tahun atau denda atau kedua-duanya sekali, bagi kesalahan pertama.

“Bagi kesalahan kedua, pesalah boleh dipenjarakan tidak melebihi lima tahun atau didenda atau kedua-duanya.

“Bagi kesalahan yang berterusan, pesalah boleh didenda tidak melebihi RM200 bagi tiap-tiap hari kesalahan itu dilakukan,” katanya.

HM

Two men in Parit Buntar, Perak, were fined for not putting their face masks back on after taking a sip of their drink

Sin Chew Daily reported that a man named Lee, along with a group of friends, headed to a mall in Taman Wawasan on separate motorcycles.

While the rest of the group went inside the mall, Lee and another friend waited outside. While waiting, they bought drinks from a nearby store and pulled their face masks down to their chin to take a sip.

After that, they placed their drinks in their respective motorcycle baskets and were approached by police officers who accused them of not wearing face masks.

Lee said that the policemen appeared right after they finished taking a sip of their drinks.Three officers got out of a vehicle to confront them and said that they have violated the law.

He also explained to Sin Chew Daily that two of the officers were not in uniform while another presented his police identification card.

The police then told Lee and his friend to get into their vehicle so that they could be taken to the Kerian district police headquarters.

Both of them were issued RM1,000 fines each and they had to pay the amount at the Kerian district health office

Lee said to the Chinese daily that the fines were unfair as they only pulled down their masks momentarily to take a small sip of their drinks. He expressed that the fines left them feeling helpless.

Photos of the tickets issued by the police show that the two men were fined for not wearing face masks without any further clarification or elaboration.

Image from Sin Chew Daily

SAYS

A shopkeeper in Jempol, Negeri Sembilan was slapped with a RM1,000 compound for providing floor cleaner instead of hand sanitiser to customers

According to Bernama, the offence was detected by authorities who were checking public compliance to Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) standard operating procedures (SOPs) through ‘Ops Pematuhan’.

In a statement on Tuesday, 3 November, Jempol acting police chief DSP Mohd Hafiz Muhammad Nor said the inspection was carried out by the police with other agencies, including the Jempol District Health Office and the Jempol District Council.

According to Mohd Hafiz, the shopkeeper claimed that the detergent can kill more germs than hand sanitiser, and was also a cheaper option

“This action is completely unacceptable as it can cause problems to the people who use it,” said the police chief, as quoted by Sinar Harian.

“The shopkeeper was imposed a compound of RM1,000 for not complying to SOP.”

In the same operation, Mohd Hafiz added that his team gave out four more compounds to traders around Bahau, Bandar Seri Jempol, and Batu Kikir

“Among the other offences detected were not wearing face masks, not registering customers who walk in, not preparing a customer registration logbook, and not limiting the number of customers going into the premise,” he said.

The police chief said that the authorities will continue to carry out Ops Pematuhan throughout the district to ensure the public, including shopkeepers, comply to all stipulated SOPs.

SAYS

Everybody knows that splitting the bill evenly only applies when you all order things in the same price range. But it looks like this girl didn’t get the memo.

“Exposing” the guy who was allegedly too ‘cheap’ to pay the bill

In a post that went viral last night (6 October), a girl by the name of Liddy allegedly went onto social media to call out a guy for not wanting to pay his bill after attending a birthday dinner.

According to her, who’s the friend of the birthday girl, the man joined the birthday party because he wanted to court the birthday girl.

Apparently, everyone agreed to split the whole bill according to the number of people who attended the party. However, according to Liddy, the man allegedly announced that he would pay for the birthday girl’s food as well but he only ended up paying for his own portion.

“If you can’t afford to eat, then don’t claim so loudly you wanna pay for her. It’s not like we can’t afford to pay for her. If you wanna chase a girl, this is not the way to do it”, she penned on the post.

The man comes out to expose the truth

As the post was a slander on the man, multiple screenshots came out showing that:

  1. He wasn’t even courting the girl in the first place
  2. It was the birthday girl herself who insisted he came out despite him rejecting her a lot of times

According to the Facebook post, the man said he was initially reluctant to attend her party as he didn’t know her friends very well. However, after she persistently invited him several times, he finally caved in and agreed to go for it.

Apparently, Carmay was blaming her friend for this whole fiasco.

Almost RM1,000 for a burger?

During the lavish party, the man said he only ordered a burger and water which came up to a total of around RM80+ while the other seven friends who attended the party ordered a bunch of expensive food and alcohol.

However, when it was time to pay, he was told that he had to fork out RM460 as the bill was evenly split among the group.

But it didn’t stop there. The man was told that he had to pay an additional RM460 as they were under the impression he’s paying for her portion. He then questioned why he had to pay close to RM1,000 when he didn’t even drink alcohol or order any additional items like the rest of them.

“Plus those are your friends, I’m the outsider here,” he added.

The angered man said if he knew that they expected him to pay nearly RM1,000 for a burger, he never would have agreed to attend the party in the first place.

“If your friends can’t afford the food, then don’t order thousands of ringgit worth of food, then ask someone else to split the bill. Do you think I’m stupid?”

The man then took to social media to share the story and soon enough, the post garnered a ton of reactions and comments from outraged netizens who began attacking the birthday girl’s friend for scolding him.

Birthday girl apparently at fault?

As the post blew up, and netizens were going against Liddy, she decided to confront the birthday girl, Carmay to explain the situation.

This case has caused a huge number of memes arising.

Many also were amused at the fact that what was meant to be a defamatory post against the man ended up backfiring to the girl – especially when she was the one who was dodgy and expected the man to pay for her.

W.O.B

Kerajaan bagi RM1,000, janji kahwin

September 18, 2020 | News | No Comments

BERITA baik buat bakal mempelai! Rakyat Sabah yang mendirikan rumah tangga buat kali pertama, akan menerima hadiah perkahwinan sebanyak RM1,000 sekiranya Pertubuhan Kebangsaan Sabah Bersatu (USNO) memenangi Pilihan Raya Negeri (PRN) Sabah pada 26 Sept ini.

Wow, berebutlah ramai remaja yang nak berkahwin selepas ini!

Manifesto baru ini telah diumumkan oleh parti USNO dan ia akan diaplikasikan untuk penduduk negeri Sabah sekiranya mereka memenangi PRN Sabah yang dijadualkan berlangsung pada 26 September ini.

Manifesto itu didapati terkandung dalam pelancaran Ketua Umumnya, Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia di Kota Kinabalu, semalam dengan syarat-syarat yang telah ditetapkan.

Hanya rakyat Sabah yang mendirikan rumah tangga buat kali pertama saja yang layak untuk menerima token perkahwinan berupa wang tunai RM1,000 itu. Bagi mereka yang berkahwin untuk kali kedua tu, boleh lupakan dulu hasrat korang.

Untuk pengetahuan, sempena musim PRN yang sedang hangat berlaku di negeri Sabah sekarang, pelbagai manifesto sedang dilayangkan kepada para pengundi di sana demi melobi menjadi kerajaan negeri.

Banyak juga yang diberikan oleh USNO kepada para pengundi jika mereka memenangi PRN ini.

Antara yang berkaitan dengan remaja Sabah termasuklah pembiayaan perubatan kepada rakyat Sabah sehingga RM10,000, bantuan khas RM500 kepada orang miskin/yatim/piatu dan wang tunai RM100 kepada setiap pelajar sekolah rendah dan menengah.

Bagi pelajar yang mendapat tawaran ke IPT pula, mereka akan menerima RM1000. Di peringkat universiti, mereka akan mengutip dana RM10 juta untuk diserahkan kepada lulusan IPT bagi pembayaran kos PTPTN.

USNO juga ingin berusaha untuk menyediakan 30,000 peluang pekerjaan baharu untuk rakyat Sabah.

Wow, banyak betul!

Harapnya jika mereka menang, kesemua manifesto yang dicanang ini mampulah ditunaikan seperti apa yang telah dijanjikan.

-sinarplus

PDRM will start issue compound notices to those who violate the movement control order starting today (8 April), says Comm Datuk Seri Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani.

According to The Star, he said they received the forms and documentation for the compounds last week and will start issuing them today. Violators will have to pay a RM1,000 fine.

Comm Acryl added that the compound would not be issued at the roadblocks but instead, violators will be brought to the nearest police station or district police headquarters where the compound will be issue

“If the violators fail to pay the compound amount, they will be tried in court. They are given two weeks to settle the amount at any Health Ministry office,” he added.

He then reminds everyone not to take this lightly as violators will have to pay a fixed amount of RM1,000. No room for discounts will be allowed once the compound has been issued. This is in accordance with the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988.

W.O.B

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