Hudud turns back the clock
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“It is misleading and a lie to say that the implementation of hudud will not affect non-Muslims,” he said.
He criticised the DAP for its inconsistency as the party did not supporthudud law but was willing to help PAS leaders win the election by asking the Chinese to support them.
At the event, Dr Chua promised an allocation of RM30,000 for the temple which was celebrating its 20th anniversary.
In Batu Pahat, Dr Chua said the financial management of Pakatan Rakyat-controlled states was still lacking.
Referring to the Auditor-General’s Report 2010, he noted that a Selangor state-run agency lost RM200mil while the Penang government had yet to build affordable houses for the rakyat.
The populist policy being practised by the Pakatan Rakyat had not solved anything, he added.
“They give RM100 to the elderly once a year and another RM100 for people to go shopping. This does not solve anything at all but merely a feel-good factor to the rakyat and is quite misleading,” he said during a 1MCA Medical Foundation dinner on Thursday.
He also said that the people wanted to see changes and the Government had listened to their feedback.
“The only thing that has yet to be transformed is the Pakatan Rakyat,” he said.
Under the transformation programmes introduced by the Prime Minister, he said the rakyat could see the changes.
“The economic, social and political landscape in Malaysia is being transformed. We have attracted many foreign direct investments for the country to achieve high-income status while creating a more democratic society,” he said.