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Sunday, December 21, 2014

INSURANS MURID DAN BAS SEKOLAH... APA YANG IBUBAPA PERLU BERI PERHATIAN



3 perkara yang perlu diberi perhatian serius oleh ibubapa sebelum menghantar anak-anak mereka menaiki bas sekolah pada tahun hadapan;
  1. Skim Insurans Murid Sekolah diteruskan pada 2015.
  2. Murid-murid dilindungi insurans HANYA dengan bas sekolah yang berdaftar.
  3. Bantuan khas disediakan kerajaan untuk bas-bas sekolah.
 
Di dalam Bajet 2013, Yang Amat Berhormat Perdana Menteri telah memberi penekanan serius dan prihatin kerajaan terhadap murid-murid sekolah di dalam aspek keselamatan.

Di antaranya adalah;

Mengumumkan Skim Perlindungan Insurans Kemalangan Diri, hilang upaya kekal dan kematian kepada semua murid sekolah yang menggunakan perkhidmatan bas sekolah yang berlesen dengan Suruhanjaya Pengangkutan Awam Darat (SPAD) bagi Semenanjung Malaysia dan Lembaga Perlesenan Kenderaan Perdagangan (LPKP) untuk Sabah & Sarawak.  

Kerajaan mengambil berat akan keselamatan anak-anak yang menaiki bas ke sekolah dan pemandu-pemandu bas berikutan kualiti segelintir bas sekolah yang kurang memuaskan. Keadaan ini disebabkan pengusaha bas sekolah tidak dapat menampung beban kos penyelenggaraan yang semakin meningkat sedangkan sebahagian besar bas yang dimiliki telah melebihi jangka hayat ekonomi. Untuk itu, Kerajaan mencadangkan pengusaha bas sekolah diberi pertamanya, pemberian rebat tunai 10 ribu ringgit dan subsidi kadar faedah 2 peratus ke atas pinjaman penuh untuk menggantikan bas sekolah lama berusia melebihi 25 tahun kepada bas baru yang berkapasiti 12 hingga 18 tempat duduk. Skim pinjaman ini diuruskan oleh BSN ditawarkan untuk tempoh permohonan 2 tahun bermula 1 Januari 2013.

Pada tahun ini, selepas deregulasi tambang bas sekolah diumumkan SPAD, yang akan bermula pada Januari 2015, ibubapa dan pengendali bas sekolah diberi kebebasan untuk menentukan tambang ... (selanjutnya DI SINI)

Sekali lagi, demi keselamatan murid-murid sekolah dan memastikan pengusah-pengusaha bas sekolah tidak menghadapi kesukaran memberi perkhidmatan terbaik, maka SPAD telah memaklumkan perkara-perkara yang perlu diberi perhatian terutama ibubapa.

Berikut adalah pengumuman media;


SKIM INSURANS MURID SEKOLAH DITERUSKAN

KUALA LUMPUR (19 Disember 2014)  Suruhanjaya Pengangkutan Awam Darat(‘S.P.A.D’ atau ‘Suruhanjaya’) ingin mengumumkan bahawa murid-murid sekolah yang menaiki bas sekolah berdaftar, akan terus menikmati perlindungan Skim Insurans Murid Sekolah pada 2015. Skim insurans ini telah diumumkan oleh Yang Amat Berhormat Perdana Menteri semasa sesi pembentangan Bajet 2013 di mana kerajaan telah melantik S.P.A.D. sebagai agensi penyelaras skim ini.


Pihak kerajaan telah meluluskan penerusan perlaksanaan skim insurans ini berdasarkan kepada keperluan dan sambutan baik oleh ibubapa, pengurusan sekolah dan pengusaha bas sekolah. Skim insurans ini merupakan suatu langkah SPAD dalam mempertingkatkan perkhidmatan industri bas sekolah dan pada masa yang sama membantu murid-murid dan keluarga murid bagi menghadapi keadaan yang tidak diduga.


Untuk makluman juga, bantuan khas juga telah diberikan kepada pengusaha bas sekolah yang ingin menggantikan bas sekolah lama kepada bas baru melalui Skim Penggantian Bas Sekolah yang akan berakhir pada 31 Disember 2014. Sehingga kini sebanyak 200 pengendali bas sekolah telah berjaya mendapat bantuan tersebut.


S.P.A.D. juga ingin mengambil kesempatan ini, menjelang musim balik ke sekolah, untuk mengesyorkan agar ibubapa memilih pengendali bas sekolah yang berdaftar bagi keselamatan anak-anak. Suruhanjaya juga mengalakkan pengendali bas sekolah yang masih belum berdaftar dengan S.P.A.D., supaya tampil ke hadapan untuk mengesahkan perkhidmatan mereka dan dengan itu melayakkan mereka bagi Skim Insurans Murid Sekolah dan manafaat-manafaat lain.


Maklumat tambahan:

SKIM INSURANS MURID SEKOLAH
  • Skim Insurans Murid Sekolah memberi perlindungan insurans kemalangan diri, hilang upaya kekal dan kematian kepada semua murid sekolah yang menggunakan perkhidmatan bas sekolah yang berdaftar dengan S.P.A.D. bagi Semenanjung Malaysia dan LPKP bagi Sabah & Sarawak.
  • Inisiatif ini memberi manfaat kepada hampir 2 juta murid-murid sekolah dengan perlindungan maksimum sebanyak RM 100 ribu.
  • Antara bentuk perlindungan insurans yang diberikan adalah yang melibatkan kematian akibat kemalangan (RM100,000), hilang keupayaan kekal (sehingga RM100,000), bayaran perubatan sehingga RM3,000, manfaat hospital (RM100 sehari sehingga 30 hari) dan khairat kematian (RM2,500).
  • Skim perlindungan ini juga meliputi kegunaan bas sekolah untuk aktiviti-aktiviti luar seperti rombongan, lawatan sambil belajar dan sebarang kurikulum tambahan yang disahkan oleh pihak sekolah.
  • Sejak Januari 2013 hingga kini, 10 kes tuntutan telah direkodkan. Jumlah tuntutan adalah sebanyak RM 316,612.10. Skim ini telah membantu keluarga, waris dan murid-murid; seperti dalam kes Mohd. Sanusi Bin Ismail, murid SMK Seri Gadong. Bantuan telah diberikan bagi membolehkan pembedahan dilakukan untuk menyelamatkan kakinya yang tinggal.

SKIM PENGGANTIAN BAS SEKOLAH

  • Skim Penggantian Bas Sekolah adalah satu skim pinjaman dengan bantuan khas kepada pengusaha bas sekolah yang ingin menggantikan bas sekolah lama kepada bas baru.
  • Pihak kerajaan telah menyediakan bantuan rebet tunai sebanyak RM10,000 dan pemberian subsidi kepada kadar faedah tahunan sebanyak 2%.
  • Inisiatif yang diuruskan oleh Bank Simpanan Nasional turut menawarkan pinjaman sehingga RM 150,000 dan tempoh pinjaman sehingga 9 tahun.
  • Sebanyak 220 permohonan telah diterima oleh BSN dengan 200 permohonan diluluskan, 20 ditolak (pemohon telah diisytiharkan bankrap).
  • Skim ini akan berakhir pada 31 Disember 2014 dan pihak BSN masih menerima permohonan yang dihantar sebelum 31 Disember 2014.
 

ASTRO Haramkan Permohonan Baru Bagi Pelanggan Islam - Viral Di Laman Sosial.

Ini apa yang viral di laman sosial. 

Sebaran pertama ;


Dan sebaran kedua ;



Respon netizens ;




Pendapat aku.

1. Fahamkan maksud MUST BE MASKED tue betul2 terlebih dahulu.

2. Fahamkan juga akta PDPA yang dimaksudkan dalam kandungan surat berkenaan.

3. Pastikan dulu kesahihan penyebaran dokumen di atas.

4. Call ASTRO dan minta kepastian.

5. Kemudian baru la buat penilaian.

Aku tak fikir ASTRO akan haramkan/larang permohonan baru dari pelanggan muslim disebabkan IC ada tertera anutan ISLAM. Itu, pada aku satu polisi yang tidak munasabah. Bukan pada aku, tapi pada ASTRO la sebab ia menjejaskan pendapatan mereka. 

Faham tak?

Better siasat dulu sebelum sebar. Aku pun tak pasti kebenarannya. Tapi apa2 hal aku setuju dengan point Jamal Jafri. Bukan penting pun ASTRO tue. Kalau dia haramkan pelanggan Islam, yang rugi dia la bukan kita. Cuma. Tindakan sebegitu jika benar, terbukti satu amalan yang racist dan mendiskriminasikan pelanggan. Tapi apa2hal better siasat dulu kesahihan penyebaran dokumen berkenaan dan akta PDPA yang dimaksudkan itu terlebih dahulu.

Kbai.

G. Palanivel 'Ayahanda' Samseng



Walaupun mengkritiknya, hakikatnya Presiden MIC Datuk Seri G Palanivel sendiri seorang “ayahanda samseng dan ganas” dalam parti itu, kata seorang anggota jawatankuasanya Datuk N Muneandy.

Dalam kenyataannya kerasnya hari ini, Muneandy, berkata Palanivel memberi habuan terhadap pihak yang terlibat menyingkirkan bekas presiden Datuk Seri S Samy Vellu sebelum ini.

“Palanivel menganugerahkan mereka kedudukan dan ini petunjuk jelas terhadap dukungannya terhadap amalan samseng dan ganas,” katanya anggota MIC Ampang itu.

Palanivel sebelum ini menyelar kekecohan yang berlaku dalam persidangan tergempar MIC pada Khamis sebagai “samseng dan ganas” terhadap pihak yang mahukannya berundur.

'Seribu orang sokong saya'

Sementara itu, dalam perkembangan berkaitan, Palanivel dilaporkan berkata, “lebih daripada seribu” orang hadir bagi menunjukkan sokongan padanya.

Beliau berkata demikian walaupun ramai hadirin hari itu menuntut beliau meletakkan jawatan.

Palanivel memberitahu The Star bahawa kesemua bahagian dan pengerusi negeri turun selepas mesyuarat jawatankuasa pusat khas berhubung pemilihan semula parti mendudukungnya.

“Parti kami sangat kuat, lebih 1,000 orang turun menyokong saya, semua MIC bahagian dan pengerusi negeri ada di situ.

“Ada sekumpulan kecil buat hu hah, keganasam dan perbuatan samseng – kita mesti tahu siapa mereka ini.

“Mereka cuba provok kita, kumpulan saya mahu bertindak tetapi mereka tidak lakukan, mereka diam saja,” Palanivel dipetik sebagai berkata kepada akhbar itu.

FLIGHTS DIVERTED FROM KLIA2 TO SENAI-----BCOS OF FLOODING (PONDING) AT KLIA2

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is it true ---- flights diverted to SENAI??????

Kit Siang queries Pairin on RCI Report Committee

Opposition fears Pairin’s Working Committee on RCI Report was set up to avoid it being debated in the Sabah Assembly and Parliament.
lim kit siang_Joseph Pairini_300KOTA KINABALU: DAP elder statesman Lim Kit Siang wants to know whether there’s any country in the world that has produced a report like the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) Report on Sabah.
The Report, the DAP Parliamentary Leader and Gelang Patah MP points out in a statement, is “replete with conflicts, contradictions, non-findings, omissions, including over 6,000 missing pages, that another high-level committee has to be set up to read it and to try to understand it”.
Nevertheless, he wants Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Joseph Pairin Kitingan who heads the Working Committee to study the Report to break his silence and answer several questions.
These are: whether he has accepted the appointment and started work as Chairman of the Working Committee on the RCI Report; the list of full members of the committee; the first meeting of the committee; the regularity of its meetings; deadline for the committee to complete and submit its report to the Permanent Committee on the Report headed by Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman; whether he and his committee members will have full access to 6,000 pages missing from the Report; whether the committee can ensure that the missing 6,000 pages will be published for public study; and what is the priority business of the committee.
He also wants to know whether Pairin would ask the Sabah Chief Minister to convene an emergency meeting of the Sabah Assembly within the next 30 days to debate the Report; whether the committee can ensure that the authorities would recall all ICs in Sabah and carry out a state-wide re-registration exercise of ICs to flush out all illegal and fake documentation; and whether the committee can ensure that there will be a two-day full debate on the Report when Parliament reconvenes on March 9.
The DAP leader fears that Pairin’s committee was set up to avoid scrutiny by the Sabah Assembly and Parliament.
Lim noted that the RCI Panel spent 20 months to hold public hearings, and called 211 witnesses.
“Their evidence covered more than 5,000 pages, public memoranda, 177 exhibits including charts, pictures, statistics, letters, official directives, commentaries and articles which must have exceeded over 1,000 pages,” he added. “But the Panel produced a mere 368-page Report so replete with conflicts, contradictions, non-findings, and 6,000 missing pages.”
“It is a marvel that the Cabinet sat on the Report for some six months and did not know what to do with it. Umno/Barisan Nasional just wants the status quo to continue undisturbed.”
The Report was presented to the Agong on May 14, recalls Lim in delving into recent history, and finally Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak acceded to public pressure from political parties both in Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat for its public release on December 3 “but after Parliament had adjourned to avoid a debate and scrutiny”.

MCA, Gerakan and MIC the real beggars, says Teresa

She says Mahathir knows Umno’s arrogance has made beggars of its component parties and that Malays will always be politically dominant.
Teresa Kok_mca_gerakan_mic_300KUALA LUMPUR: DAP National Vice Chairperson Teresa Kok has said former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad might have suffered a lapse in memory as the late Lim Keng Yaik had already pointed out years ago that it was MCA, Gerakan and MIC who were the real beggars, not Umno or Malays.
The MP for Seputeh said, “In May 2008, the then Gerakan advisor (Lim Keng Yaik) gave an interview to Sin Chew Daily and had likened MCA, Gerakan and MIC to ‘beggars’ in the Barisan Nasional as the coalition did not treat its component parties equitably.”
She explained that Keng Yaik has also said the “arrogance” of Umno had caused all its component parties to fare badly in elections even when candidates stood in non-Malay-majority constituencies.
Saying that Mahathir himself knew better than to believe that Umno, PKR, and PAS had to beg for DAP’s support to win the general election, Teresa brushed this off as Mahathir’s usual “doomsday scare tactic” to rally Malays into supporting Umno.
Teresa explained Mahathir had tried this tactic as recently as last year when DAP leader Lim Kit Siang contested against former Johor Menteri Besar Abdul Ghani in Gelang Patah.
Warning Malays that “Lim’s victory would trigger racial clashes that would replace the existing cooperation between the Malay majority and Chinese community”, Teresa said Mahathir was proven wrong because Lim did win there and no such racial clashes erupted.
She also said this was proof that “Malays have changed and the political landscape in the country has changed, yet Mahathir has not changed.”
She said the same of Umno, drawing attention to the many fear- and hate-filled speeches its leaders made at the party’s recent general assembly.

THE LOVE AND HATE OF MALAYSIAN POLITICS

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Malaysian politics is no longer about love for the values that you hold dear. It is about hate for the other person. Some support Umno or Barisan Nasional because of hate for the other side. Some support Pakatan Rakyat for the same reason.
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Raja Petra Kamarudin
A lot is being said by many people, ex-Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad included. I am not so concerned about what they are saying but more as to why they are saying it. As Islam teaches you, theniat is more important than the deed. This is what decides wrong from right.
This may sound theological or even idealistic but actually it is not. For example, you are driving along the road and someone unexpectedly steps off the curb right in front of your car. You brake and try to stop but fail and end up killing this person.
Is that an act of murder even though you did kill someone? Your niat was to try to not hit that person but you failed. That is not murder according to your niat.
Let us then look at a second scenario. You are driving along the road and someone unexpectedly steps off the curb right in front of your car. This gets you very pissed so you accelerate and hit that person and end up killing him or her.
That, undoubtedly, is an act of murder because it was your niat to ‘teach that person a lesson’ for stepping in front of your car. So you see, two acts that result in death, but one is murder and the other is not. And what makes it murder or not is the niat behind what you did.
Hence Islam says that the niat behind your deed is what matters. This decides right from wrong, even the act of killing.
Governments kill people every day, but for different reasons. Murderers or terrorists who take many lives are killed and enemy soldiers by the thousands or even the millions are butchered.
But we do not regard this as unjustified killings. We consider these killings justified. Russia killed millions of people, civilians included, but it was to defend Leningrad. So it is justified. The Germans killed millions of Jews but it was not to defend Berlin. So it is not justified.
How can one murder be justified and the other not? Well, it is due to the niat behind those killings although in both cases the same number of people may have died.
At the end of the day, people do many things — even kill — either out of love or out of hate. And this is what we need to ask of these people who are bringing Malaysia to the brink of civil war. Is it love or is it hate that is in your heart?
There are people who love their religion. Hence when they see their religion being persecuted or they are denied their right to practice their religion they may rise up in defence of their religion. And they will call this jihad.
Then there are people who hate all other religions and regard them as an affront to humankind. So they kill the devotees of the other religions (or from the other sects) and try to exterminate all those not of their religion/sect. And they will also call this jihad.
But how can both be jihadJihad can only be positive. It cannot be negative. Jihad is about defending your rights. It cannot be about denying others their rights. And jihad is about love. It is not about hate.
Malaysian politics has reached a stage where we no longer know whether it is about love or hate. Are you doing and saying what you do and say because of love or you are saying and doing it because of hate? No one seems to be clear about that any more.
In the past, Malays united under a common umbrella that they called Umno because of their love for their race, country and religion. They did not hate the colonialists, although I must admit some did but they were definitely in the minority.
How could the Malays hate the colonialists when they had been colonised for about 1,000 years by so many different regional powers and after that for another 500 years by European powers? Being colonised and calling the colonialists ‘tuan’ was part of Malay culture.
Then the last colonial master of the Malays, the British, suggested that the Malays should start thinking about independence. The Malays should consider self-rule. So the Malays and the British sat down for almost ten years to discuss how Malaya could be given independence.
I may not be too off the mark if I say that the Malays never fought for independence (at least not like the Indonesians, Filipinos, Vietnamese, etc.) but that independence was forced down the throats of the Malays.
And the British knew the mindset of the Malays very well. The Malays are a contented and satisfied lot (Dr Mahathir calls it lazy). The Malays are not greedy or materialistic in nature (Dr Mahathir calls it not ambitious enough). The Malays are peaceful and loving (Dr Mahathir calls it too accommodating). The Malays can accept any community, even foreign rulers, and are feudalistic.
Further to that, the Malays love their culture, traditions, language and religion. As long as these are protected and are not ‘disturbed’ the Malays can live and let live and not worry too much about wealth and power. (And this is why the British wrote the Constitution the way they did).
And then the politicians began to teach the Malays that this is wrong. Love, peace, contentment, satisfaction, leaving things to the will of God, accepting whatever God has decided for you, being grateful for whatever you have even how little it may be, are all attitudes that you must hate. And you must hate all those who have more than you. You must hate all those who are denying you your ‘rights’. You must hate all those who control the economy of the country. You must hate all other races that are trying to politically dominate the country. You must hate the new colonialists who are trying to relegate the Malays into second-class citizens and turn Malays into slaves in their own country.
In the beginning, the Malays were taught to love and to fight for what they love. Today, the Malays are being taught to hate and to fight against those they hate. And the non-Malays are not helping in trying to prove this theory wrong.
Are the Malays stupid? Actually no. The Germans, too, were taught to hate the Jews so that the politicians could use the Jews as the bogeymen and exterminate all Jews with the support of the people. And Germans are not stupid. They were just wrongly indoctrinated. And even clever people can be indoctrinated. Brilliant people, too, can be easily indoctrinated into believing what cannot be proven, such as what religion does to people.
Malaysian politics is no longer about love for the values that you hold dear. It is about hate for the other person. Some support Umno or Barisan Nasional because of hate for the other side. Some support Pakatan Rakyat for the same reason.
And in such a situation where the politics of the country is the politics of hate, nothing good can come out of it and the future can only be one of conflict and bloodshed. History has proven this so many times.