Selangor Journal

MPAJ – community-built municipality

SHAH ALAM, JUNE 7: Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) supports the approach taken by the State Government to create a policy of ‘Citizen Engagement’ in the community.
President of the council, Abdul Hamid Hussein said, the improvement initiative was implemented through the organisation of community programmes in order to get any local feedback.
“These programmes bring together the council and the community organised throughout the year including cycling programmes, programmes with student, cleaning activities, dialogue events, dengue eradication programmes and more.
“Not to forget there is also a focus programme held that focuses on the explanation of the course to the residents of terraced houses on the issues at hand,” he said in a statement to SelangorKini.
In a related development, he said, the implementation also received positive feedback from the public towards the improvement of MPAJ management.
“Positive feedback will be transform into action plans and MPAJ long-term plans to remain developing the municipal,” he said.
Earlier, the ‘Citizen Enggagement’ was between the components developed in the implementation of the Inisiatif Peduli Rakyat that focuses on the implementation of urban and suburban areas social welfare across the country.
Its focus also emphasizes on the quality of people’s life can be improved towards maintaining the status of a developed state and continues to be reckoned with.
It is implemented as part of the Smart Selangor agenda in realising Selangor as a smart state, by 2025.

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