Siapa harus membantu mangsa banjir? Semestinya kerajaan, sebab ada peruntukan khusus untuk membantu rakyat yang menjadi mangsa banjir, dsb..
Tetapi, biasanya ahli politik BN datang dan memberikan tanggapan salah kepada rakyat bahawa mereka sendiri yang memberikan bantuan daripada 'poket' mereka sendiri. Ini adalah satu penipuan.
Untuk menerima bantuan adalah hak - bukan jasa baik MP ini, atau ADUN itu, atau parti ini dan sebagainya.
Bantuan sewajarnya harus datang bukan sahaja daripada kerajaan Persekutuan, tetapi juga daripada Kerajaan Negeri serta juga Majlis Perbandaran tempatan.
Flood situation improving
UPDATED @ 04:04:45 PM 04-02-2011
February 04, 2011
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 4 — The flood situation is reported improving with more victims returning home and evacuation centres closed today.
In NEGRI SEMBILAN, only the flood relief centre at Sekolah Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Gemas, in Tampin, remained open as at 11am to accommodate 508 people from 135 families.
In PAHANG, the number of victims in the two flood-affected districts has dropped to 840 people from 2,265 people yesterday.
A spokesman for the state police operations room said the number of flood victims in Temerloh district, however, increased to 493 people from 457 people yesterday.
The victims are from Kampung Batu Kapor (389 people), Kampung Sungai Buloh Mentakab (102) and Taman Mutiara Indah (2).
He said the number of flood victims in Rompin district dropped to 347 people from 1,808 people yesterday.
The victims are from Kampung Rekoh (168), Bukit Serok (127), Kampung Aur (37), Kampung Denai (9) and Kampung Lubuk Batu (6).
All roads previously closed due to the floods are now opened to all vehicles.
In MALACCA, the situation has improved further with only 461 people still at three relief centres in the state as at 8am, from 528 people yesterday.
A total of 446 people, from 98 families, are at two relief centres in Jasin, while another 15 people from five families are at a relief centre in Alor Gajah.
In JOHOR, a total of 32,791 flood victims remained at the 149 flood relief centres across the state. There were about 36,000 evacuees from the state yesterday.
According to the statistics issued by the state secretariat, the highest number of evacuees are from Muar (8,884) followed by Batu Pahat (7,853), Segamat (7,671), Ledang (7,237), Kluang (474), Kota Tinggi (113) and Mersing (162).
The Johor Drainage and Irrigation Department also reported that all the state’s major rivers recorded normal water levels.
However, 19 roads in Segamat, Ledang, Mersing, Batu Pahat and Muar continued to be impassable to traffic or are only opened for heavy vehicles.- Malaysian Insider, 4/2/2011,
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