BR1M might come in the form of card in 2015

To educate the people to be more wise on spending the 1Malaysia iad BR1M, the government is conducting researches on how should the aid to be distributed.

Alliance Banking Group chief economist, Manokaran Mottain also said BR1M could results unproductive spending. The economist suggested that the government could look into the possibility of offering low-income households a discount card to buy their daily essentials to replace 1Malaysia People’s Aid (BR1M).

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Government to revive BR1M 4.0 for better implementation

Indeed, the impact of 1Malaysia People’s Aid (BR1M 4.0) to the needy, oppressed, less-privileged and low income earners can never been overemphasized. This aid has really serves as a succour to many disadvantaged persons and has eventually restored hope to many families. Unfortunately, the exact plan for this life-helping mission had not been meeting up with the expectation it was planned for. In that regard, the government is really eager to revitalize and establish a more suitable means of implementing and administrating this aid program to the oppressed people.

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