GENERAL › NEWS
KPDNKK Should Takeover KDR1M Programme
Informasi Malaysia chairman Datuk Abd Rahman Manan said it could no longer produce KDR1M after the government gave the cards for free in May last year.
It had charged RM30 registration fee to allow the public enjoy discounts of between 5 and 50 percent for 74 types of services at 7,000 companies nationwide.
Some 10,000 cards were distributed since the KDR1M programme was launched on March 28 last year.
"We met with the minister today and urged KPDNKK to takeover and continue the programme," he told a press conference today.
The government hopes to distribute over 10 million KDR1M cards to reduce the people's burden.
KDR1M covers clinics, restaurants, hotels, sports and fitness centres, wholesale & retail outlets, theme parks, construction & decoration; holiday resorts, clothing & vehicle accessories and general insurance.
news coverage in our Newswire service.
Previous Top Stories
Other News Headlines
- Opposition Pact Purposely Exaggerates My Joke With Chew Mei Fun - Shahrizat- politic
- Petronas Unit, Pacific Northwest Welcome Partner In Canada LNG Project- business
- Theo Bos Dominates Stage 9 To Clinch Fourth Stage Win In LTdL 2014- sports
- Handicraft Maker Immortalises Sarawak's Perahu Tambang- features
- Russia Slams "Biased" Nato Approach To Ukraine Situation- world
Most Read News
Pertubuhan Berita Nasional Malaysia,
Wisma BERNAMA,No 28, Jalan 1/65A,
Off Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel : 603-2693 9933 ( General Line )
E-mel : email@example.com
This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in any form except with the prior written permission of BERNAMA.
Best viewed in Firefox 8.0 & Internet Explorer 8.0 with 1024 x 768 resolution