By: Fadzillah Aishah Ismail
SHAH ALAM, April 17 (Bernama) -- The seemingly endless water crisis in Selangor has reinforced the determination of the Barisan Nasional (BN) to continue trying to recapture the state and take proactive steps to solve the water supply woes, before the situation becomes worse.
This is a well-founded concern especially with the recent exposure of the Energy, Green Technology and Water Ministry that the state's zero water reserve margin is among the causes of the continuing water crisis.
BN is not making empty promises and the pledge to solve the water crisis is one of the main agendas included in the Selangor BN manifesto for the 14th General Election (GE14) announced on April 8 by state BN chairman, Tan Sri Noh Omar.
The 10-point manifesto encompassing 100 initiatives to fulfil five key goals of the party namely Political Stability and a High Performance State Administration; Security, Peace and Prosperity of the People; User-Friendly Infrastructure and Facilities; Progressive, Sustainable, Innovative and Competitive Economy at the Global Level as well as the Integration of the People as the Fundamental Pillar in the Sustainability of the Socio-Economic Development.
Selangor BN also pledged to finalise the water restructuring industry for the comfort and well-being of the people.....