LGE donates the RM1 million in the “Donate RM10 in solidarity with Lim Guan Eng Campaign” to Penang Future Foundation (PFF)…

17 November 2018

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The PFF, a state incentive launched in 2015, aims to help excellent Penang students to further their studies in various fields, including science, technology, engineering and mathematics. So far, 300 Penang students have received scholarship from PFF.

http://www.theborneopost.com/2018/11/17/guan-engs-rm1-million-bail-money-goes-to-penang-future-foundation/?platform=hootsuite

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GEORGE TOWN: The money raised to pay for former Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng’s bail two years ago has been handed over to the Penang Future Foundation (PFF) full scholarship programme, said Penang DAP deputy chairman Jagdeep Singh Deo.

He said the money, which had grown to RM1.038 million with interest accrued, would be used as scholarship for excellent Penang-born students to continue their studies.

“Thank you to every Malaysian who contributed,” he told a press conference here today, which was also attended by state Welfare, Caring Society and Environment Committee chairman Phee Boon Poh, who was the guarantor for Lim in the court case.

The PFF, a state incentive launched in 2015, aims to help excellent Penang students to further their studies in various fields, including science, technology, engineering and mathematics. So far, 300 Penang students have received scholarship from PFF.

http://www.theborneopost.com/2018/11/17/guan-engs-rm1-million-bail-money-goes-to-penang-future-foundation/?platform=hootsuite

Bank in or transfer money to

MAYBANK Account No.5070 1301 4596

3 July 2016

Lim’s donations from willing public, not mysterious donor, Umno told

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Penang Umno deputy chairperson Reezal Merican Naina Merican has been reminded the public’s donations to Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng’s cause came at their own free will, and not from some “mysterious” foreign donor.

“It is the general public that donated to DAP, and not mysterious foreign donors like how Umno has been receiving, which has raised many questions despite conflicting statements by it’s leaders,” he added.

BN leaders yesterday criticised DAP’s donation drive for Lim’s RM1 million bail after the latter managed to hit its target in under 24 hours.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/347524?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

More donations pour in for Penang CM

30 Puchong residents gathered to donate RM10 each to DAP to show solidarity with Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, despite the party ending its donation drive for his bail money on Friday, following the corruption charges against him on Thursday.

Penang Umno deputy chairperson Reezal Merican Naina Merican however said Lim should not be burdening the public with donations to pay for his RM1 million bail.

DAP defended the drive saying they did not have a rich Arab donor to fund them, while MCA fumed that the bail had already been paid, making the donation drive unnecessary.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/347512?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

Bank in or transfer money to

MAYBANK Account No.5070 1301 4596

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3 July 2016

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Even businesses believe in the case FOR Lim Guan Eng?

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Penang DAP raises RM1m for LGE in 20 hours

July 1, 2016

State DAP Chairman Chow Kon Yeow thanks generous DAP supporters for contributing to its coffers, used to pay Lim Guan Eng’s RM1 million bail, and announces the donation drive closed.

 

GEORGE TOWN: Penang DAP’s campaign to collect the RM1 million paid as bail for Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng has achieved its target – in less than 24 hours.

The money collected was to restore party funds used to bail out Lim from court, after he claimed trial for two graft charges yesterday.

State DAP Chairman Chow Kon Yeow said the party had received RM1,009,000 by 2pm and was thankful for the generous donations received from the public.

“In less than 24 hours, we hit the target. From 6pm yesterday till 2pm today, we have been receiving (an average of) RM51,000 per hour.

“We would like to thank Malaysians for parting with their hard-earned money. We thank you for your sacrifice.

“We would like to announce that the donation campaign has been stopped as we have hit our target,” he told reporters at the Penang DAP headquarters in Rangoon Road here today.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2016/07/01/penang-dap-raises-rm1m-for-lge-in-20-hours/

RM10 in solidarity with Guan Eng

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DAP Penang condemns the politically motivated charges against DAP Secretary-General and Penang Chief Minister Saudara Lim Guan Eng, as well as the heavy-handed manner in which he has been treated.

Saudara Guan Eng was arrested in his office in the evening of 29 June 2016 after chairing a State Exco meeting, and was then held in detention overnight by the MACC. This was unnecessary to say the least, especially when Saudara Guan Eng has given full cooperation in the investigation thus far.

Furthermore, Saudara Guan Eng’s bail amount was set by the High Court at RM1 million, an amount that is extremely excessive, given that bail is simply meant as a mechanism to prevent an accused person from absconding. Clearly, there is no such risk in this case.

Following this, DAP Penang has received many requests from the public who wish to contribute to the bail amount of RM1 million.

For all Malaysians who wish to help and stand in solidarity with Saudara Guan Eng, we encourage you to donate RM10 to:

DAP Penang
Maybank Account Number: 507013014596

We thank you graciously for your contribution in this collective struggle against injustice and abuse of power.

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Zairil Khir Johari
Member of Parliament for Bukit Bendera
Vice-Chairman, DAP Penang

George Town, 30 June 2016

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