Only an honest government can serve the rakyat sincerely, effectively
Chua greeting a Malay family having breakfast.
GELANG PATAH (Feb 13, 2013): The third edition of Gelang Patah PKR’s Gong Xi Fa Cai walkabout saw Johor PKR chairman Chua Jui Meng and his election campaigners distributing 2,500 mandarin oranges today.
It took Chua five hours to extend warm handshakes and give away a pair of the mandarin oranges (signifying gold and wealth) to Johoreans in the street.
Chua had on Feb 3 and Feb 6, 2013, did the same covering the ground for seven hours at each walkabout, distributing about 6,000 oranges.
Some Johoreans seized the opportunity to have a photograph taken with Chua while others posed some political questions.
Chua did not need much introduction as wherever he went, Johofeans were heard saying: “That’s Chua Jui Meng!”
Chua urged Johoreans to make the right decision in the coming 13th General Election and help make it an even bigger tsunami than March 2008.
“Johoreans must get it right this time for our and country’s future,” he said.
A warm reception for Chua from these Chinese Johoreans who were having their cuppa in a coffee shop in Kangkar Pulai.
Chua also reminded Johoreans that a cleaner Pakatan Rakyat (PR) would be able to serve the rakyat sincerely and effectively.
He also told Johoreans that major promises like free education, the writing off of PTPTN loans, lowering of retail price of oil to reduce transport costs and trigger a domino effect on cheaper goods and services, cheaper cars and an array of aid to help the needy and women could only be implemented with savings from a clean government.
“A government that focuses on enriching its cronies can never care for the rakyat,” he added.
Chua and his supporters started their Jelajah Gong Xi Fa Cai Gelang Patah PKR Dengan CJM in at 8.30am in the Taman Universiti wet market.
They then proceeded to shop houses in Taman Pulai Utama at 10.30am, Kangar Pulai at 11am, Bandar Baru Kangkar at 11am, Bandar Baru Kangkar Pulai flats at 11.30am and ending their walkabout at 1.30pm in Taman Sri Pulai.