Budget 2023 won't marginalise Chinese community, says PM
18 Sep 2022 10:52pm
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob at the closing of the 37th National Chinese Cultural Festival 2022 here tonight. - Bernama
He said the government will ensure that Budget 2023 is focused on the welfare and well-being of the people as a whole, adding that it will also take into consideration next year’s challenges.
He said this in his speech during the closing of the 37th National Chinese Cultural Festival 2022 here tonight.
The festival is an annual programme aimed at raising the awareness of the young generation about Chinese heritage and culture.
Also present were Negeri Sembilan Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Aminuddin Harun, Chinese Ambassador to Malaysia Ouyang Yujing and the Federation of Chinese Associations (Huazong) president Tan Sri Dr Goh Tian Chuan.
Hairi said greater allocations for youth development and sports in the state will also mean that young people are not marginalised. - Bernama Photo
Rosol Wahid (left) while visiting the sales space after opening the Malaysia Goods Carnival 2022 at the Mydin Mall Meru Raya compound today. - Bernama Photo
Khairy said the incentives would strictly be related to healthcare services and not cash. - Bernama Photo
Her majesty had the pleasure of meeting with senior citizen Zaleha Abd Rahman (wheelchair) who attended the Opening Ceremony of National Senior Citizens Day 2022 at the World Trade Centre (WTC), Kuala Lumpur today. - Bernama Photo