Wednesday, January 2, 2013


A good day and salam 1 Malaysia to all Malaysians.

Firstly, I would like to wish one and all a wonderful and prosperous year ahead in 2013. I really hope that you all have had the desired success in 2012. If you have not acquired it, I wish you all the best in pursuing it in 2013, as success never deserts those who strive and work hard.

The year 2012 has been an eventful year for me. As the Member of Parliament of Hulu Selangor, I have done all that is within my capacity as an elected representative to ensure the well being of my constituents. I solemnly pledge more of the same in the coming year in any capacity.

I also owe a very big thank you to the Honorable Prime Minister YAB Dato Seri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak and my party president YB Senator Dato Seri G Palanivel and former MIC President YB Dato Seri S Samy Vellu for giving me the trust, courage and most importantly a platform to serve the rakyat. I wish them and to all my friends  a very Happy New Year as well.

If there was to be personal wishes and ambitions on my part for this coming New Year, it is for Malaysia to continue being a peaceful nation and the people continue to benefit and enjoy the prosperity they have experienced for the last 55 years from a caring and responsible government. 

I call upon the people of Malaysia to support the transformation that is being implemented by the government with the sole purpose to improve the standard of living of all Malaysians.

It is also my wish is also to see Malaysia continue to prosper in all fields with the present Barisan Nasional government. The Barisan Nasional government is committed and have put in place long term plans for our future and the future of our children. We as a nation have enjoyed the fruits of this government and I am sure we want the same for our children and the following generations. 

Let us all love our country and the leaders who have administered this nation since independence.

Lastly, I hope that politicians and leaders from all political divide engage in progressive debates with regards to policies. It pains me to see leaders resorting to gutter politics and slander in order to gain votes. I have been personally affected by this with regards to the Batu Caves Condominium issue. 

It would be easier to build a better Malaysia if political agendas took a backseat in order to build a better Malaysia. I also have read a few New Year wishes from my friends in the Opposition in online portals and it saddens me to see that all of them have taken the opportunity to slam Barisan Nasional rather being sincere with their wishes.

I wish you all a Happy New Year again. May God be with all Malaysians.

Thank you.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Avoiding gutter politics....something BN reps should learn first!