23 Jan 20140 comments

 1.  Tengku Adnan menafikan kenyataan bahawa RON 95 hanya boleh dijual kepada orang miskin sahaja. 

2. Ini dapat dilihat melalui Laman Twitternya yang menyatakan kesedihan beliau mengenai kenyataannya diputar belit media. 

3, Beliau hanya menyatakan bahawa rasionalisasi fiskal adalah untuk orang-orang yang memerlukan dan bukannya untuk orang kaya.

4. Sebelum itu kecoh di laman-laman FB yang menyatakan RON 95 hanya perlu dijual kepada orang miskin dianggap tindakan mengarut dan Kerajaan perlu sediakan penarifan kemiskinan tersebut. 

5. Walaubagaimanapun Khairy Jamaludin di laman twitternya menyatakan beliau sudah bertanya dengan Tengku Adnan dan menyatakan Tengku Adnan tidak mengeluarkan kenyataan RON 95 hanya untuk dijual kepada orang miskin sambil mengingatkan jangan spin cerita dan berita yang tidak betul! 

Laporan Akhbar

PETALING JAYA: Are the poor going to be defined only by the cars they drive? Do they, in future, have to bring their payslips along to petrol stations?
These were among the questions netizens asked of a government proposal to limit subsidised RON95 petrol only to the poor.
Many were critical of this proposal, saying that is was impractical and not feasible.
Top of netizens concerns was how were "the poor" were going to be defined.
Facebook user Napsiah Wan Salleh said many households have fallen to a lower income bracket since the Government went on a money-tightening spree.
"I still think whoever advised such moves are not economists or experts in economics. This is a nation, not some private company," she said.
On Thursday, Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor said that in a bid to tighten government spending and ensure all subsidies benefitted only deserving Malaysians, the subsidised price of RON 95 fuel would be available only for the poor.
He said a new pricing policy could take effect in May or June this year.
"We want to impose the increase to only those who can afford it. Someone may drive a (Toyota) Alphard or even a Mercedes (Benz) but they still use RON95 petrol," Tengku Adnan said.
Another Facebook user, Sam Foo, asked if he would be considered rich driving a 30-year-old Mercedes, which is worth less than RM10,000.
XR Rui said the minister apparently defined the rich and poor based on their cars.
Alan Sii asked whether they would have to bring their utility bills or payslips along to petrol stations.
Samuel Su said that Malaysia being a petroleum-producing country, all Malaysians had the right to use cheaper petrol.
He also pointed out expensive cars were subjected to high excise taxes. He added that modern cars only needed RON95.
Tommy Yeo said the Government should clean up its own house first by plugging all the loopholes and leakages as always highlighted in the Auditor-General's report.

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