BUKIT LANJAN: The hour of reckoning is confirmed for Pek Moh of Bukit Lanjan on May 9
|Syed Razak a.k.a Pek Moh of Bukit Lanjan's watikah for GE14|
After confidently launching this blog on Dec 3, 2016, I received my watikah (endorsement) yesterday to contest N.37 Bukit Lanjan in the May 9 14th General Election (GE14).
After my party, Gerakan, announced my nomination as the candidate for N.37 Bukit Lanjan on Oct 9, 2016, I wasted no time in launching this all important blog to enable me to interact and reach out to Bukit Lanjan constituents cum voters.
You be the judge of my consistencies in the content of some 600 blog posts to date. I do not engage in unnecessary political mudslinging and rhetoric which are a pure waste of precious time.
I had to do this because I am a first timer in a GE and I need to reach out to the voters.
I believe the responsibility of an assemblyman is to the voters who want a better quality of life and of services of local governments.
Everything, from garbage collection, public health and cleanliness to neighbourhood security and unity are what an assemblyman must try to enhance and uphold for his electorates.
I launched this blog with the following key postings:
https://bukitlanjan.blogspot.my/2016/12/bukit-lanjan-for-harmonious-and.html (BUKIT LANJAN: For a harmonious and progressive Bukit Lanjan)
https://bukitlanjan.blogspot.my/2017/01/bukit-lanjan-n37.html (BUKIT LANJAN: 迈向和谐及繁荣的武吉兰樟 N.37)
https://bukitlanjan.blogspot.my/2017/01/bukit-lanjan-demi-n37-bukit-lanjan-yang.html (BUKIT LANJAN: Demi N.37 Bukit Lanjan yang harmoni dan maju)
https://bukitlanjan.blogspot.my/2016/12/bukit-lanjan-folks-lets-all-start.html (BUKIT LANJAN: Folks, let’s all start helping ourselves!)
"Selangor Barisan announces GE14 candidates list
Monday, 23 Apr 2018
2:02 PM MYT
by tarrence tan
KUALA LUMPUR: Selangor Barisan Nasional has unveiled its list of GE14 candidates for all 56 state and 22 parliamentary seats.
The list was announced by Kapar Umno division chief Datuk Faisal Abdullah at the Selangor Umno building on Monday (April 23), which saw the presence of Selangor Barisan chairman Tan Sri Noh Omar (pic) and MCA president Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.
Among those chosen to defend their parliamentary seats are Noh (Tanjong Karang), Datuk P. Kamalanathan (Hulu Selangor), Datuk Seri Irmohizam Ibrahim (Kuala Selangor), and Budiman Mohd Zohdi (Sungai Besar).
The majority of Barisan candidates were retained in their state seats, except for Jeram incumbent Datuk Amiruddin Setro, who was dropped in favour of Zahar Azlan Ariffin.
Meanwhile, Rizam Ismail was chosen to contest the Sungai Air Tawar state seat, replacing incumbent Kamarol Zaki Abdul Malik, who passed away early last year.
Among the new faces are Datuk Megat Zulkarnain Omardin to contest in the Gombak Setia state seat and Datuk Mohamad Nasir Ibrahim to stand in the Taman Templer state seat.
Selangor Gerakan chairman Datuk Ang Chin Tat is set to take on the Puchong parliamentary seat, Chai Ko Thing (Bukit Gasing state seat) and Syed Abdul Razak Syed Al Sagoof (Bukit Lanjan state seat).
Klang MCA vice chairman Ching Eu Boon will stand in the Klang parliamentary seat as well as Ng Siok Hua and Ng Chok Sin for the Banting and Sungai Pelek state seats respectively.
Wanita MIC chief Datuk Mohana Muniandy Raman will stand in the Kapar parliamentary seat, V. Gunalan Velu in the Kota Raja parliamentary seat and A. Prakash Rao in the Sungai Buloh state seat.
The full list:
Sabak – Sallehuddin Mohd Iskan
Sungai Panjang – Imran Tamrin
Sekinchan – Lee Yee Yuan
Kuala Kubu Baharu – Datuk Wong Koon Mun
Ijok – Parthiban Karuppiah
Rawang – Chan Wun Hoong
Bukit Melawati – Jakiran Jacomah
Sungai Burong – Datuk Mohd Shamsudin Lias
Hulu Bernam – Datuk Rosni Sohar
Batang Kali – Datuk Mat Nadzari Ahmad Dahlan
Permatang – Datuk Sulaiman Abdul Razak
Kuang – Datuk Shukor Idrus
Semenyih – Johan Aziz
Kota Damansara – Datuk Haminaton Saadiah Bohan
Rawang – Chan Wun Hoong
Sungai Tua – Datuk R. Narayanan
Hulu Kelang – Ismail Ahmad
Bukit Antarabangsa – Salwa Yunus
Lembah Jaya – Muhamad Nizam Shith
Pandan Indah – Datuk Mohd Haniff Koslan
Teratai – Liew Pok Boon
Dusun Tua – Md Zin Isa
Semenyih – Datuk Johan Aziz
Kajang – Teh Yeoh Meng
Sungai Ramal – Major Abdul Rahim Mohd Amin
Balakong – Lim Chin Wah
Seri Kembangan – Chang Toong Woh
Seri Serdang – Mohamad Satim Diman
Kinrara – Chiew Kai Heng
Subang Jaya – Chong Ah Wat
Seri Setia – Datuk Yusoff Hm Haniff
Taman Medan – Abdul Mutalif Abd Rahim
Kampung Tunku – Tan Gim Tuan
Bandar Utama – Ch'ng Soo Chau
Paya Jaras – Datuk Zein Isma Ismail
Kota Anggerik – Jumaeyah Masdi
Batu Tiga – Ahmad Mua'adzam Shah Ya'kop
Meru – Khairul Anuar Saimun
Sementa – Saroni Judi
Selat Kelang – Khairi Hussin
Bandar baru Klang – Teoh Kah Yeong
Pelabuhan Klang – Sheikh Rajesh Sheikh Ahmad
Pandamaran – Tee Hooi Ling
Sentosa – Datuk Subramaniam T. Retnam
Sungai Kandis – Datuk Kamaruzzaman Johari
Kota Kemuning – Tiew Hock Huat
Sijangkang – Datuk Sulaiman Karli
Banting – Ng Siok Hwa
Morib – Rozana Kamarulzaman
Tanjung Sepat – Datuk Dr karim Mansor
Dengkil – Shahrum Datuk Mohd Shariff
Sepang – Datuk Marsum Paing
Kuala Langat – Sharil Sufian Hamdan
Shah Alam – Datuk Azhari Shaari
Sungai Buloh – Pakas Rao Applanaidoo
Damansara – Ho Kwok Xheng
Petaling Jaya – Chew Hian Tat
Subang – Tan Seong Lim
Bangi – Datuk Liew Yuen Keong
Hulu Langat – Azman Ahmad
Pandan – Leong Kok Wee
Ampang – Leong Kim Soon
Gombak – Datuk Abdul Rahim Pandak Kamarudin
Selayang – Kang Meng Fuat
Sabak Bernam – Datuk Mohd Fasiah Mohd Fakeh - The Star Online
… It will be interesting to see how the Bukit Lanjan electorates will vote in GE14 as the incumbent is PKR’s Elizabeth Wong, a state executive councillor.
If Wong is defending her seat in GE14, she will be facing off with Syed Abdul Razak who speaks fluent Chinese dialects, Hokkien and Cantonese.
And this is the Facebook profile of Syed Abdul Razak: EXCO Selangor at Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia; Marketing Rep at IBM; Former Remisier at Mohaiyani Securities; Studied at Universiti Pertaninan Malaysia; Studied at Sophia University; Went to St. John's Institution, KL; Went to SMS Selangor.
And this is what Wikipedia says about the Alsagoff Family: The al-Saggoffs (transliterated elsewhere al-Saqqaf or al-Saqqāf) were spice traders and became influential by marrying into a royal family from the Celebes. They acquired many properties, like the other Arab families, including the "Perseverance Estate" where they grew lemon grass. The estate is now considered to be the heart of the Muslim community in Singapore. As well as being successful merchants and land owners, the family became involved in civic affairs. The family members, at times, held civic office from the 1870s until 1965.
But Syed Abdul Razak’s family remained in Kuala Lumpur and his grandfather, Syed Mohamed Syed Ali Alsagoff, was a lawyer for Selangor’s Sultan Abdul Samad.
How will Wong, who was unfairly photographed by his Malay boyfriend scandal, fare against a learned professional like Syed Abdul Razak in GE14?
And, given the split in Opposition votes, especially the Malay voters, can Wong still retain Bukit Lanjan for PKR?
Here’s what national news agency Bernama reported at the 45th Gerakan NDC:
GE14: Gerakan Announces Five Candidates For Selangor - Mah
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 9 (Bernama) -- Gerakan today introduced five individuals as potential candidates in the 14th general election (GE14) in Selangor to give opportunity to the people to make an early assessment, said its president Datuk Seri Mah Siew Keong.
Mah, who is also Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister, said the strategy would allow the people to evaluate the candidates, who would also be the party coordinator for Parliament and State Legislative Assembly in Selangor.
"They will be screened by the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission (MACC) before their names are submitted to the Barisan Nasional (BN) chairman.
"We hope by next month to submit the biodata and profile of the candidates to MACC to be checked for clearance if there are any problems that we might not know," he told reporters after officiating the 45th Gerakan national delegates conference here.
Five candidates who were introduced today included Selangor Gerakan chairman Datuk David Ang Chin Tat for the Puchong Parliamentary constituency.
For the state seats, the candidates are Gerakan vice president Datuk A. Kohilan Pillay to be placed in Kota Alam Shah; deputy Speaker Syed Abdul Razak Syed Long (Bukit Lanjan); Youth Organisation secretary Ben Liew Pok Boon (Teratai); and Gerakan Youth Human Rights and Legal Bureau chief Chai Ko Thing (Bukit Gasing).
Mah, who is also Teluk Intan Member of Parliament, said the five seats were allocated to Gerakan for Selangor except the Kota Shah Alam state seat which was given to MyPPP in the last GE13.
Following the annoucement, he hoped the opposition would also do likewise so that the people could compare the candidates being presented by both sides.
|N.37 LET BUKIT LANJAN SOAR WITH SYED ABDUL RAZAK ALSAGOFF|