Tuesday, June 23, 2009

A minister as a postman, the blame game and i'm not involved in anyway

1. Minister as Mr Postman - "I was then into my ministerial job for less than two months and the PKA board’s decision was made even before my time. Besides, the PricewaterhouseCoopers had not even started their position review work.”

He added that the variation order was approved by the PKA board in 2008 and had written to him asking him to write to Abdullah to apply for the additional funding.

Did OTK regard the post of Transport Minister as just a postman or delivery boy for PKA without any ministerial responsibility to ensure that the RM1.2 billion variation order demanded by Kuala Dimensi Sdn. Bhd for PKFZ was proper and legitimate?

2. The blame game: “It was a decision made before my tenure as transport minister. The question of my asking for extra funds does not arise.”

let we read again what Mr Kit Siang wrote in his blog:

"Has he (read OKT) forgotten that one month before he endorsed the RM1.2 billion KDSN variation order, he had publicly declared in early April 2008 that he would “tell all” about the PKFZ scandal, how the project had ballooned to RM4.6 billion – yet one month later, Ong was merrily endorsing another RM1.2 billion PKFZ development cost variation order without batting an eyelid?


3. I'm not involved in anyway <- remember this popular phrase. If we follow OTK statement and explanation, we will understand that OTK indirectly "adopted" this phrase to make him a good politicion from "corrupt govt".

Cheers to OTK. Long Live OTK. A good politicion in corrupt gov. LOL

Something's Fishy with Lee Hwa Beng's Statement

It is absolutely amusing and a farce when Lim Kit Siang unreservedly quoted what an anonymous blogger claimed in his blog that my tenure as the Port Klang Authority (PKA) chairman has lapsed on 15th February 2009. Kit Siang took it as the gospel truth so long as the particular claim serves his very purpose i.e. to go for my blood and that of the Minister of Transport. However this would now land him, a so-called seasoned senior politician, in grave embarrassment as my tenure did not end in February 2009.

As to my extension of my tenure, due diligence was observed and adhered to. It is essential that there is no leadership gap at the PKA Board so that the smooth running of the Authority and the well-being of Port users are ensured.

- Quote from Press Statement by Dato' Lee Hwa Beng on 26 June 2009

Hello Dato':

1. True or False that your original contract ended on 15th February 2009? If not then when?

2. If true, whose renewed your contract?

Thursday, June 18, 2009

something rotten in ministry of transport (mot)

Why OTK frequently travel to japan ?

anything involving one of KTMB's future supplier or contract?

LITTLE BIRD told me, one Japanese company make a presentation at MOT on 2pm today. Its about hundreds of millions contract !

If you know something about this please leave a comment!

Cheers! :)

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Pengerusi LPK Haram?

Tempoh perkhidmatan Pengerusi Lembaga Pelabuhan Klang, Dato Lee Hwa Beng telah tamat pada 15 Februari 2009.

Menurut maklumat yang kami terima, Menteri Pengangkutan menyambung kontrak Dato' Lee Hwa Beng selama enam bulan lagi tanpa mendapat perkenan DYMM Tuanku Yang Di Pertuan Agong.

Akta Lembaga Pelabuhan Klang 1963 jelas menyatakan perlantikan Pengerusi LPK adalah hak preogratif YDP Agong.

Justeru sejak 15 Februari lalu sehingga sekarang, Lee Hwa Beng menjalankan tugas "secara haram"

Wajarkah Perdana Menteri dan Yang Dipertuan Agong diminta bersetuju dengan sambungan ini melalui cara "backdated"?


PKA's chairman appointed by the King or Tee Keat?

1. Datuk Lee Hwa Beng tenure as a Port Klang Authority (PKA)'s Chairman ended on 15th Feb 2009.
2. Until today, the King never give consent to extend or renew Dato Lee Hwa Beng term.
3. Who make a decision on behalf the King and Prime Minister to renewed Lee's tenure?
3. a little bird told me, Ong Tee Keat already sent a letter to Prime Minister to backdate Lee's appoinment.

Ong Tee Keat Cuci Tangan Dengan Kerjasama PWC?

Isu Projek Pembangunan Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) sangat mengelirukan. YB Menteri Pengangkutan kelihatan begitu gah bercakap soal ketelusan dan kebertanggungjawaban. Malangnya apa yang kelihatan kepada mereka di dalam industri, Ong Tee Keat sedang mencuci tangan seperti mana beliau mencuci tangan isu poll di laman webnya.

Mengapa Ong Tee Keat begitu beria-ria untuk mendedahkan laporan audit yang tidak lengkap oleh Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC) sehinggakan sanggup mengeluarkan jaminan kerajaan bahawa kerajaan akan membayar sebarang kos sekiranya PWC menerima saman daripada mana-mana pihak yang terbabit dalam laporannya.

Kita juga tertanya-tanya mengapa PWC begitu takut untuk mengeluarkan laporannya jika ia dilakukan dengan adil dan telus. Apabila membaca laporan PWC baru kita fahami bahawa laporan tersebut lebih merupakan “literature review” bukannya kajian teknikal dan pembinaan yang komprehensif.

Lebih mengejutkan ialah laporan PWC dengan jelas menyatakan “no investigation to detect any wrongdoing or audit to form and opinion on any financial information, including any forecast and projections, has been undertaken.”

Jadi apakah tujuan PWC dilantik dan berbaloikah kos yang dibayar kepada mereka hanya untuk membuat satu carta aliran mengenai pengurusan pembangunan PKFZ yang telah pun diketahui oleh PKA dan kerajaan.



Mengapa Tiada Nama Ong Tee Keat Dalam Laporan PWC


Isu lebih besar ialah mengapa tiada sekali pun nama Ong Tee Keat disebut di dalam laporan PKFZ sedangkan beliau merupakan Menteri yang bertanggungjawab mencadangkan YAB Perdana Menteri agar meluluskan perubahan kos dan pembayaran sebanyak lebih RM 1.2 bilion. (Lihat lampiran surat Menteri Pengangkutan, Ong Tee Keat kepada YAB Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.)

Malahan melihat catatan Ong atas surat Timbalan Ketua Setiausaha Sulit Perdana Menteri pada 14 Mei 2008 jelas menunjukkan beliau menggesa disegerakan pembayaran tersebut.







Anehnya dalam laporan PWC yang bertarikh Februari 2009 (hampir setahun kemudian) langsung tidak menyebut mengenai nama Ong Tee Keat sebagai Menteri yang menasihati Perdana Menteri agar meluluskan perubahan kos dan membayarnya kepada Kuala Dimensi Sdn Bhd.


Subahat Ong dan PWC akan merugikan kerajaan.

Tindakan Ong Tee Keat bersubahat dengan PWC sungguh merbahaya kepada kerajaan. Laporan yang disediakan bukan sahaja tidak tepat, malah boleh memberi masalah besar kepada kerajaan pada masa akan datang.


KDSB dijangka menyaman PWC dan PKA. Berapa jutakah kerajaan perlu keluarkan nanti andainya PWC dan PKA kalah dalam saman tersebut. Bagamaina dalam akal yang waras sebuah badan audit yang terkemuka seperti PWC boleh menolak sebarang pertanggungjawaban terhadap tindakan undang-undang akibat laporannya?

Ong Tee Keat harus bertanggungjawab! Selain itu, masyarakat mahu jawapan mengapa beliau menyokong pembayaran kepada Kuala Dimensi jika benar ada kesalahan dan kesilapan PKA dalam projek ini?

Monday, June 15, 2009

Eksklusif: Ong Tee Keat Syor Bayaran Ditambah

Why This letter on included in PWC report about PKFZ?


Sunday, May 31, 2009

What RM 12 Billion?

Hello Kit Siang, please stop "misleading" the people and press. The real cost only RM 4.6b.

Wise men talk because they have something to say; fools, because they have to say something. - Plato

i'm sure you in second group Kit. Cheers!