Selangor Journal

IPR frees citizens from poverty

KUALA SELANGOR, MAR 24: The Selangor Government continues its pledge to preserve the social agenda and protect the citizens’ welfare in the state.
Dato’ Menteri Besar, Dato’ Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali said, the hard work is presented through various initiatives implemented since 2008.
He said Selangor’s success is also evident when it managed to free itself from the poverty line recording 0.2 percent poverty incidents compared to Malaysia at 0.6 percent.
“The State Government is most concerned on the quality and the standard of living following the rising cost of living affecting the daily lives and eventually the citizens become the victims.
“Therefore, the State Government comes forwards with the intent to empower citizens to ensure household income can be increased and freedom from poverty,” he said at the Program Menyemarak Inisiatif Peduli Rakyat (IPR) at Bukit Badong.
Mohamed Azmin said, Selangor has achieved overall excellence in ensuring protection and welfare to the citizens.
He said, this is presented through the Peduli Rakyat Initiatives (IPR) to strengthen the socio-economy status of those in the lower and middle income group.
“Until last March 21, a total of 82,872 people applied to be a member of the Peduli Sihat Scheme and 77 percent of the applications were approved to be active members,” he said.
In that ceremony, 300 participants received various type of aids through the IPR scheme among which are the general aid, Food Stamp, marriage incentive, farming aid, peduli sihat and Hijrah.
IPR continues to be expanded through turun padang programes by Mohamed Azmin and the State Government leadership for two days in Kuala Selangor.

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