Three mega-projects could make Perak a major economic state — Prime Minister

IPOH (March 25): Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said the three mega-projects have the potential to propel Perak into one of the key states driving national economic growth.

Mr Anwar expressed confidence that these three projects – Tanjung Malim’s Automotive High-Tech Valley (AHTV), Lumut Maritime Industrial City (Lumic) and Kelian Integrated Green Industrial Park – will help Malaysia’s economy emerge strongly in Asia. said it would be helpful.

“Three mega projects in Malaysia are based in Perak. Although Perak is a little behind compared to Johor, Penang and Selangor, the Saarani team (Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri With the programs and focus put in place by Saarani Mohammad, we believe that within a few years, Perak will emerge as a leading state in the country.

“We were previously informed that there are still around 4,000 people in Perak classified as extreme poverty, but we believe that with the determination of the Menteri Besar team, Perak will soon be able to eradicate poverty.” Anwar said.

Also in attendance were Saarani, Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Zambly Abdul Kadir, Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA) president Datuk Seri Asyraf Wajidi Dusuki, and 300 KPTM students.

Mr Anwar said the government’s vocal stance on humanitarian issues will not prevent investors from continuing to demonstrate their faith in the Malaysian economy, thereby repositioning the country as a great country in Asia. He said that this shows that it will be possible.

“Why? For stable infrastructure, clear economic policies and political stability. Madani economic policies that prioritize the welfare of the people will increase investor confidence,” the prime minister said.

At the same time, he reminded young people to put aside the politics of hate.

“Enough of the politics of hate. Let’s be good citizens, increase our knowledge, excel in our fields, and stand together to make Malaysia a country that the world can emulate and admire.” he said.

At the same event, Mr Anwar, who is also the Tambun City MP, handed over a total of RM291,000 in donations to 34 mosques and 35 sulaus in the Tambun parliamentary constituency.

The donations will help the Mosque and Surau Committee to carry out the planned Ramadan activities.

The Prime Minister then performed Maghrib prayers with the attendees.

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