Saturday, January 12, 2013

'Water Crisis' In Selangor: Don't Play Politics And Hold The Rakyat To Ransom

I have seen Syabas water trucks coming and going in Taman Kosas, Ampang collecting water from a water main to distribute to the residents affected by the 'water crisis'

If the main can provide so much water, why is there a shortage?

I have always suspected that something is not quite in order and that the 'water crisis' is a manufactured one.

Now that Pkr's Rafizi has come out to warn the parties invovled to stop playing politics, I am inclined to believe him.

Cheras, Wangsa Maju and some Ampang residents are not convenient pawns for the politicians to play with.

You can do without electricity, but you cannot do without water.

People have families and work to do. They need to bathe and cook and wash.

You don't play nice guys by distributing water as if you are the santa claus.

Going without sufficient water for months is not a game of politics. And certainly not a photo opportunity for handing over a bottle of water.

If you think that people are so desperate and can still be led by the nose, you should consider animal husbandry. Better still, husbandry of the cows and condos kind. There is big money to be husbanded here compared to the traditional ternakan lembu (cattle husbandry)

So now, don't say I didn't tell you.

Those days that the Umno led government and their willing mooning monied musketeers could get away with anything are now long past.

And please blame the internet.

Better still, consign yourself to the Jurassic era.

Or you will be consigned to Bamboo River (Sungei Buluh)

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