Madani Adopted Village among issues raised in MQT

The goals of implementing Madani Adopted Village, its selection criteria and its difference compared to existing policies is the first question that is raised during Minister Question Time (MQT) by Datuk Seri Sh Mohmed Puzi Sh Ali (BN-Pekan) to Finance Minister II.

Wan Razali Wan Nor (PN-Kuantan) zooms in on Co-curriculum, Sports and Physical Activities Assessment (PAJSK) procedures that may differ in view of top students who being denied their first choice in their applications for university application. He also asked about a scenario where top students are denied a place in boarding schools because they failed in their PAJSK. The question is posed to Education Minister Fadhlina Sidek.

Young Syefura Othman (PH-Bentong) questions Digital Minister Gobind Singh Deo on the number users who have registered for MyDigital ID and government’s strategy to encourage the registration among the public.

She also questioned on the number of application integrated under MyDigitalUD, especially PADU, and government’s plans to expand the usage of MyDigital ID in the banking and finance sectors.

Oral reply session would see Dr Kelvin Yii Lee Wuen (PH-Bandar Kuching) questioning Human Resources Minister Steven Sim Chee Keong on measures to fortify industrial training institutes.

Datuk Seri Dr Ronald Kiandee (PN-Beluran) questions Economy Minister Rafizi Ramli regarding government’s preparedness from a data mechanism perspective to implement targeted subsidy. He also wants to know whether other necessities would be included in the targeted subsidy list. Currently diesel is in the list.

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