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Mohd Ali Rustam is more screw up in monorail blunder

To be fair, funicular train breakdown is unavoidable. Ng Yen Yen has to see the long-term breakdown hours or reliability and compare it with other funicular train service in the world.

What PHC has to improve is in its emergency plan to mitigate the breakdown effect.

Ng Yen Yen said nothing about Melaka monorail frequent breakdowns is saying she is a bias, political inclined and unprofessional minister.

Lim Guan Eng did commit two blunders, building a kancil car park under his nose and poor management on Penang Hill Corporation.

I’m willing to apologise if we get funding, says Penang CM

The Star/Asia News Network
Thursday, Dec 06, 2012

GEORGE TOWN – Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng is willing to apologise to Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen for the shortcomings in the maintenance of the Penang Hill funicular train system.

“I’m willing to apologise if this means the ministry will provide an allocation to build a second funicular train track,” he said.

“If she is serious about the statement she made, I will sek sei mau (a Cantonese phrase about taking the blame) even if I am not in the wrong for the sake of Penang people,” Lim said.

Dr Ng was quoted as saying in a Chinese daily on Tuesday that the state government or Lim must apologise for their weaknesses, which saw the train breaking down twice last month.

She said no allocation would be given for a second funicular train track if either the state government or Lim did not apologise for the train disruptions.

She did not elaborate on the second funicular train track.

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Senior Chinaman says:

nkkhoo : This is another cheating by ….

saya ingat tepat masa kini untuk UBAH !

Jangan tidur lagi !

Aidil Yunus says:

Ali Rustam gives Malacca people the Eye of Malaysia Ferris wheel made in China!

nkkhoo says:

Almost all investments under Melaka state government are losing money.

Mini Malaysia was opened to visitors although only 3 of 13 state houses were fully renovated.

This is another cheating by the Melaka government.