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City's Poor To Be Given Entrepreneurship Training

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City's Poor To Be Given Entrepreneurship Training

Post  Admin on Mon Jan 31, 2011 5:08 am

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 25 (Bernama) -- The Federal Territories
and Urban Well-being Ministry will conduct various skills courses on
entrepreneurship in a bid to make poor residents more self-reliant.

Its minister, Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin
said, several courses would be carried out starting this year to help them
generate income and ensure they did not depend solely on government aid.

"The skills to be introduced include cooking, weaving
and sewing which can be done from home," he told reporters after
presenting cash contributions of RM300 and Chinese New Year hampers to 250 poor
families, here Tuesday.

Nong Chik said the ministry would cooperate with several
non-governmental organisations and eligible individuals listed under the
e-Kasih sytem and Pusat Runding Cara Harian Membantu Yang Termiskin (RAHMAT).

Regarding the demolition of a wall obstructing a public
passage near the Integrated South-Bandar Tasik Selatan Transport Terminal
(TBS-BTS), he said the issue needed a win-win solution whereby both parties
would benefit from any action to be taken.

He said the wall's demolition, initially scheduled for
Wednesday, was postponed pending a court decision after Maju Holdings brought
the matter up in court.

It was previously reported that the government issued a
14-day notice to Maju Holdings Sdn Bhd to bring down the wall said to be
situated on government land planned to be developed into a recreational area for
residents of Bandar Tasik Selatan.

It was also said that the wall surrounds a bungalow of
Kumpulan Maju Holdings Sdn Bhd executive chairman Tan Sri Abu Sahid Mohamed,
whereby the land had been given to the government for public use provided the surrounding
area was developed.

Abu Sahid was reported to have plans to build 2,033 units
of flats under Phase 6 of Bandar Tasik Selatan but changed to five bungalows
yet to be approved by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall.

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