Sunday, July 24, 2011
TUMPAT: The ban on lottery in Kelantan was not imposed by the Pas-led state government but by Allah, Menteri Besar Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat said yesterday.
He said everyone should be aware of this.
He also said the state government was not worried about the summons and suits brought by several quarters against it for its tough stand on gaming activity.
A summons filed on June 6 by three businessmen said neither the state nor local government were authorised to impose any rule on any gaming activity.
Chinese traders are also suing the state government for imposing a state-wide ban on the sale of lottery tickets.
Taken from The New Straits Times
Shut up already! Aren't you guys sick of hearing this old dictator talking crap?
Kelantan has not been any better after 21 years under the administration of PAS.
In fact, the newly proposed project of the new bridge to decrease the jam in Kelantan had been made to realise by Barisan Nasional officiated before by Tun Abdullah Haji Ahmad Badawi.
PAS had done nothing to minimise the problem in Kelantan where the number of vehicles on the roads kept increasing but the number of new roads had not been made.
Next time, vote for someone who promised you heaven again just for a vote. He is just a normal human being who does not know whether he will be in heaven or hell as well and he had the gall to give heaven to people who vote him!
He is not only senile, he is also insane. And the people who voted him in is more insane than he is.
Malayan Tigers to go for the kill
SINGAPORE, July 22 - Malaysia will go in for the kill and will not be bothered by previous records when they meet Singapore in first leg of the second round of the 2014 World Cup Asian Zone Qualifier tomorrow.
Coach Datuk K. Rajagobal said he was very happy with the Malayan Tigers' form but declined to compare the achievements of previous national teams with the present one.
"One must understand that we have a different situation and a different set of players. We only have to think about what we are going to do tomorrow, not the past track record,” he told reporters at a hotel here today.
Rajagobal said the Tigers were aiming to win the away match at the Jalan Besar Stadium with the players being told give their 100 per cent commitment and go for the kill whenever the opportunity arises.
He said, however, Malaysia would never underestimate their arch-rivals who deserve the respect.
For Malayan Tigers captain Shafiq Rahim, he and his team-mates had set their minds to qualify to the next round.
Despite Malaysia and Singapore had not played against each other for the past three years, he said the players were high in spirit and were resolved to deliver in the crucial match.
He said the Tigers picked up the pieces after their disastrous 1-5 defeat at the hands of Indonesia in the AFF Suzuki Cup campaign in Jakarta in December last year and had since improved their spirit and resilience.
While admitting that the pressure on his side is mounting, Shafiq vowed to create another football history for the country.
Singapore coach Radojko Avramovic said after watching videos on Malaysian teams performance in the World Cup preliminary rounds and international friendlies, he felt the Lions could capitalise on the Tigers” flaws.
Singapore captain Shahril Ishak said his team would take the advantage of their home ground advantage to deny Malaysia the victory.
"It will be an interesting encounter,” he said. - Bernama
I have confidence that Harimau Malaya will succeed against Singapore.
What do you guys think?