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Rahman Dahlan, who sent Bersih4 a clean-up bill, now says, ‘Petty’ to talk about #Merah169 clean-up bill
Thursday September 17, 2015 MYT 12:22:47 PM
Rahman Dahlan: Red shirt rally was dirty but no smell of urine
Rahman Dahlan: Red shirt rally was dirty but no smell of urine http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2015/09/17/Rahman-Dahlan-rubbish-urine/ …
PETALING JAYA: Unlike Bersih 4 demonstrations, there was no evidence of “bad smell of urine” amid the sea of rubbish in Kuala Lumpur after the ‘red shirt’ rally on Wednesday.
“Yes there were rubbish. But unlike Bersih demo, this time the bad smell of urine was not evident,” Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan tweeted on Wednesday.
The Minister of Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government however said a clean-up bill would still be sent to the Perhimpunan Rakyat Bersatu organisers.
“I just spoke to Alam Flora to give me the cost. They are finalising the figure. The bill will be sent to the red demo organisers,” he said.
Rahman’s social media pages were bombarded with queries from netizens, asking whether he would send a clean-up bill to the rally organisers.
The netizens also attached photos of rubbish strewn around the capital city during and after the rally.
To this, Rahman said even with Bersih, he waited until the cost had been calculated and then announced the figure to bill the organiser.
Will UMNO minister issue bill for cleaning up the rubbish after red shirt rally?
Malay Mail Online
Rahman Dahlan: ‘Petty’ to talk about
#Merah169 clean-up bill http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/rahman-dahlan-petty-to-talk-about-merah169-clean-up-bill
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 16 — Umno minister Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan declined today to state whether he would be sending the organisers of the #Merah169 rally a clean-up bill, after previously saying he will charge Bersih 2.0 for a similar rally in the city.
Abdul Rahman admitted that many Malaysians on social media have asked whether he was going to instruct his officers to personally deliver the clean-up bill to today’s rally organisers as he did for the organisers of last month’s Bersih 4.
“I don’t even want to talk about that, the rally is not even over yet, let’s talk about it once it is over.
“People are just trying to be petty, I don’t want to be petty,” the urban wellbeing, housing and local government minister told Malay Mail Online in response to queries about the clean-up bill for #Merah169.
Kuala Lumpur Mayor Datuk Mhd Amin Nordin confirmed that the bill will be sent to the rally organisers.
“For sure we will send them a bill! Alam Flora is currently cleaning up Padang Merbok and they will continue the clean-up, do the estimated cost and then we will submit it to Pesaka.”
“The clean-up bill for Bersih was about RM65,000… this one (is) roughly about RM60,000 also, but the actual bill will be s
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Rubbish were left at Padang Merbok after the end of the ‘Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu’ rally http://live.malaysiakini.com/himpunanrakyatbersatu/en/ …
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Rubbish were left at Padang Merbok after the end of the ‘Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu’ rally
Crowd disperses in Padang Merbok, clean-up starts
6.10pm: Padang Merbok – The huge crowd at the main rally site has dispersed.
Kuala Lumpur City Hall personnel move in to begin cleaning up the site.
One officer tells Malaysiakini there is an estimated three tonnes of trash in the field alone.
He says several garbage trucks are waiting to collect the rubbish tonight.
Bersih4 gets a clean-up bill of RM64,955 and a THREAT: If you don’t pay up, we’ll dump rubbish outside Bersih 2.0 office next time!
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