In today's session of the Malaysian House of Representatives, the Dewan Rakyat, several pressing health and security issues were brought to the forefront for earnest deliberation. The rising incidence of dengue fever and the potential threat of monkeypox in Malaysia were among the major concerns raised by the representatives.
The Battle Against Dengue and Monkeypox
Datuk Seri Dr Shahidan Kasim, representing the PN-Arau constituency, during the question-and-answer session, demanded urgent and drastic measures to curb the escalating dengue cases. In a similar vein, Sabri Azit from PN-Jerai voiced concerns about the spread of monkeypox, a disease recently reported in the country. He urged the House to take proactive steps to ensure the disease doesn't become as rampant as Covid-19 in Malaysia.
Welfare of Police Retirees and Bersatu Parliament Members
Another issue that took center stage was the welfare of police retirees nationwide. Zahari Kecik from PN-Jeli highlighted the need for the Ministry of Home Affairs to take proactive measures to ensure these retirees, who have dutifully served the nation, are well-cared for. Further, the session also touched upon the need for more stringent control mechanisms for Bersatu parliament members.
AI Technology and Achievements of the 'Kerajaan Madani' Government
In the realm of technology, the potential role of AI in addressing the shortage of cybersecurity experts was mentioned by Fahmi. The use of surveys to reflect reality as opposed to perception, and the benchmarking of studies for the achievements of the 'Kerajaan Madani' government were also discussed. Besides these, the House also discussed a range of other issues such as a 13-year-old threatening an e-hailing driver with a knife, a student being fatally hit by a pickup truck after alighting from a bus, and the death of an elderly person while pushing a broken motorcycle.
Political Updates and Subscription Invitations
Political updates, including support declarations for the Prime Minister and the anticipation of change with the 'War Commander', were also part of the session's discourse. The report concluded with exclusive content and subscription invitations, along with the location details for Sinar Karangkraf Sdn. Bhd. in Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia.