Deputy minister says RM100,000 for PAS preschools well deserved


Diyana Ibrahim

De facto deputy minister of religious affairs Ahmad Marzuk Shaary says the Islamic Development Department did not breach any law in handing over money to PAS-owned Pusat Asuhan Tunas Islam. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, July 9, 2020.

IT is not wrong for Putrajaya to fund PAS’ preschools, said a cabinet member from the Islamist party.

De facto deputy minister of religious affairs Ahmad Marzuk Shaary said the Islamic Development Department (Jakim) did not breach any law in handing over RM100,000 to Pusat Asuhan Tunas Islam (Pasti). 


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  • Agree. Besides funding the preschoolers need to be taught some civic mindedness in keeping their schools, mosques, streets, rivers and beaches clean from rubbish. Don't treat beaches as dumping grounds. After all Islam emphasizes cleanliness. Also cultured Kelantanese please take note and teach your children and yourselves not to throw rubbish indiscriminately

    Posted 2 months ago by Zainuddin Yusoff

  • How are you going to fill up ECRL with tourists in 5 years if water and pollution problems not solved. Teach the kids and adults basic cleanliness

    Posted 2 months ago by Zainuddin Yusoff

  • In Parang Puting, Teluk Kitang, Pengkan Chepa near the golf club rubbish is knee deep

    Posted 2 months ago by Zainuddin Yusoff

  • Surprise ! PASTI recieves money from haram sources as well. Anything goes when your are part of the back door government !

    Posted 2 months ago by Masfaliza masmuda