It’s time to consider the prerequisites for professional migration

Kuching: Professionals wishing to migrate to Sarawak may need to meet certain conditions before relocating.

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof, who originated the idea, said that the state’s progress, political stability, economic growth and racial harmony have encouraged many people, especially business professionals, to move to Sarawak. He said he was.

“Things have come to this point and perhaps the state may consider the requirements for people wishing to migrate to Sarawak.

“If we (Sarawak) have our own bank, I have asked the Chief Minister (Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg) that this will be one of the requirements for people who wish to migrate to the state. , I would like to suggest that you include one of the following deposits: Deposit a minimum of RM2 million in our (state) bank or acquire a property worth more than RM1.5 million.

“At least this will bring more income to the state and those who are interested in immigrating will be able to obtain Permanent Resident (PR) status in the state,” said Haji in Kampung Segedup here today (April 27). He said this at the Satok constituency Aidilfitri rally held at Kamaruddin Hall. ).

“That money will be put into fixed deposits and other such things. This will increase the state’s funding and definitely bring in talented people who will be able to contribute to the development of the state.

“With God’s will, Sarawak will develop faster and our economy will also develop further. Investors who come can invest in the state to develop Sarawak together.”

Later, Fadila, who is also Minister of Energy and Water Transition, told reporters that the National World Water Day celebrations to be held at Kuching’s waterfront on Sunday (April 27) will be similar to the famous Songkran festival. He clarified that he had nothing to do with the water festival. in Thailand.

On the contrary, he said the celebration held in Sarawak proves that Sarawak is far ahead in water management to ensure sustainability.

“Tomorrow’s (Sunday) celebration has nothing to do with the Songkran festival,” he said in response to claims on social media that the celebration involved a water festival similar to the Songkran festival. .

Fadila then also presided over the launch of the new Kampung Segedup Library.

Among those in attendance was Satok MP Datuk Ibrahim Baki.

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