7.2 million Malaysian got their permohonan BR1M approved (lulus). Datuk Chua who is the Deputy Finance Minister said 7.2 million application approved out of 8.4 million applicants for permohonan BR1M 2015.
Selangor state had received the most at RM726 million ringgit. The total distribution for all applicants had cost RM 5.2 billion ringgit.
BR1M is going to be disbursed starting Jan 15 instead of end of the month of Jan due to the flood happening in several states. The payment of Jan is the first installment for household category recipient. The rest will be paid on May and September later.
Regarding this brought forward matter, the second Finance Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni said the government is considering the difficulties facing the flood victims, especially the BR1M recipients.
For those who are qualified as a BRIM (Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia) receiver, you may receive the first payment on the 28 January of 2015. Most of the transaction of BRIM 2015 will be done through online banking. To ensure every candidates to participate in receiving the payment through bank, the government had urged the applicants to open a bank account and submit their bank detail online. There are more than 17 supported banks, check out this bank list.
The benefits from the long awaited transformation programmes that have been implemented and carried out by the Barisan Nasional Government during the course of the last three years, are now being unanimously and enthusiastically enjoyed by the all of the people of the country, said Datuk Seri Najib Razak.
“During the last three years alone, real change has been seen taking place and the people of this country are noticing. Imagine what we can accomplish if we have another five years to work on it. We can definitely continue to make even more chang es and come up with many more ideas, so believe and trust totally in our promises that we are making. These promises are either fulfilled, or will be,” said Najib during his speech at the launching of the Malacca Urban Transformation Centre (UTC), and “Janji Ditepati”.