Thursday April 12, 2012
MCA leaders touch base with
Kelana Jaya folk
SEVERAL MCA leaders will be on the ground to
meet people in the Kelana Jaya constituency on
Sunday, as part of the ongoing MCA road shows
held around the country.
“We will start out at 7am at the field in
USJ2/45 to meet up with people who are jogging,
doing tai chi or exercising there. We’ll
be there for about 30 minutes,” said Kelana Jaya
parliamentary co-ordinator and Kelana Jaya MCA
chairman Ong Chong Swen.
Among those who will be joining her are Health
Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, Housing and
Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Chor Chee
Heung, Deputy Education Minister Datuk Dr Wee Ka
Siong, Deputy Home Minister Datuk Lee Chee Leong
and Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Donald Lim
The group will then move on to the following
venues: USJ4/7 park, SS14 commercial area
(popular for its many breakfast outlets), Pasar
Moden SS15 and USJ 10 Sunday market.
Plenty activities planned: Ong (second from
right) will be on the ground with several MCA
leaders on Sunday.
“Besides just visiting these places, there will
also be a counter set up at each location for
about an hour for people who want to give us
their feedback or require assistance in any
matter,” said Ong.
After a break to meet with MCA members on
division matters, the leaders would proceed to
PJS7/13 about 1pm to visit the Sri Subramaniam
temple and the Guan Di temple.
“There will be a mobile clinic set up at SS19/1
from 2pm to 5pm where people can get a free
medical check-up that includes blood pressure,
body mass index and uric acid tests.
“The Home Affairs Ministry will also have a
counter there so that people with citizenship or
permanent residence issues can get advice from
its officers,” she said.
Invited community leaders and representatives
from local schools will attend a dialogue at 6pm
before heading on to a dinner at 7.30pm.
Ong said they were using an
environmentally-friendly approach to promote the
road show by only sending SMS and emails to
minimise the wastage of paper.
“We won’t be sending out any printed invitations
as a way of going green,” she said.