SUPP to remain committed fighting for more rights for Sarawakians
Sarawak United Peoples Party (SUPP) Senator Datuk Dr. Sim Kui Hian said the party’s priority is concentrating on fighting for more rights for Sarawakians and serving the people.
He said Sarawak should not think of money all the time but also fight for position to do more for Sarawakians. He said if the IGP is from Sarawak, there will be a lot the IGP will do for Sarawak. He cited an example that the Secretary general of the Ministry of Health budget is 29 billion while the whole of Sarawak which is huge, the budget is only 5 billion. “So we must think big. If the Secretary general of MOH is from Sarawak, we can do a lot,” he added.
When asked by reporters yesterday on the present scenario where there is a feel good factor on the ground due to the Chief Minister’s popularity and SUPP should try to garner back the urban people’s support, Dr. Sim said he did not want to talk on strategy or any politician squabbling. “The people did not want to hear of politicians fighting nor did they want to hear of politicians fighting for their own positions,” he said.
Two weeks ago, he said the SUPP CWC had gone to see the Chief Minister and everyone came out of the office happy. “Facial expression tells a lot”, he joked.
Dr. Sim said he had always tell his people to go to the ground and work. He said as a politician, it is inevitable that there will be sacrifices to be made, especially on family and time. But if you choose to be a politician then you have to do that, he advised.
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