Poor residents live without problems with BR1M

Poor residents in Malaysia could live without financial problems for their basics because of the BR1M incentive.

This is a guest post by someone who like to be anonymous. I feel thankful to introduce myself as one of the fulfilled receivers of the financial aid namely BR1M.

I have been living in George Town, Penang. I lost my left leg in a road accident that happened two decades ago. Due to that accident, I could not work as I had worked before. I tried some businesses with the financial support from local lenders. However, I failed to make profits since I had different needs and pain. I had decided to choose a work that suitable to my physique. Now, I have been working in a small-scale company. I received RM950 BR1M since I have been getting less than RM2000 from my work.

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Many still prefer to receive BR1M Incentive

Although there were many criticisms regard to abolishment of the subsidized RON95, our PM Najib gave few solid reasons why the action is good for future. He said through the subsidy savings, the government would be able to increase the allocations specifically for the development for the country.

“Just imagine we save up to RM10 to RM20 billion every year. From there we will have extra provisions for the other important sectors, to strengthen the socio-economic development for the country. Continue reading

Open letter of a Bujang on BR1M 2015

I’m Mohd Safi, 25, a bujang (single) originating from Kedah and I’m still looking for a permanent stay in kuala lumpur. In this article I would like to express my views on Bujang BR1M 2015 which will be given by the government very soon.

Firstly I would like the responsible one to know that not all of the bujang in Malaysia are lazy and did not have a heart to advance. The reasons why we are struggling and complaining most of the time is because there are various factors that brought difficulties to us. Continue reading