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Sayang Squad Should Act As Rebutter Of Wild Accusations Against BN- Rosmah | 20/06/2010
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PETALING JAYA, June 20 2010 (Bernama) -- The prime minister's wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, has proposed for the Sayang Squad formed by the Wanita movements in Barisan Nasional (BN) to act as rebutter against misconceptions, slander and lies about the government made by the opposition.

Rosmah said Wanita BN could use the Sayang Squad as a medium to show that BN was a party that was always close to the people, based on the transformation planned by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

"What BN does is for the good of the people ... so don't make up stories. The squad must help to immediately clarify matters to the public," she said when launching the Selangor Wanita BN Sayang Squad and Store, here, Sunday.

She said Wanita BN needed to work as a team with the same commitment and goal in clarifying issues that were manipulated by the opposition to win over the people.

She added that the position of UMNO, MCA, MIC, Gerakan and People's Progressive Party (PPP) under one party could strengthen the Sayang Squad machinery in facing the opposition and making sure BN had the people's support in the next general election.

Rosmah also suggested the squad travel the country to explain issues raised by the opposition on BN and its leaders.

"I am willing to go to the ground and hold programmes to clarify matters, so that the squad can accurately explain to the people, especially in Selangor, about BN's struggles," she said.

The Sayang Squad, made up of Wanita BN members, was established to help poor families and disaster victims as part of their activities under the Sayang Project launched by the prime minister on Oct 13 last year.

The project, which involves welfare, voluntary and community work, is part of Umno and BN's effort to fulfil the needs of the people at the grassroot level.


Source: BERNAMA
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