Saturday, April 26, 2008

Fireworks at opening of centre - The Star

April 26, 2008 By CHRISTINA TAN

Pandamaran state assemblyman Ronnie Liu has pledged to spend as much time as possible with his constituents despite his busy schedule as a Selangor executive councillor.

To fulfil the promises he made during last month’s general election, Liu has opened his service centre in Jalan Pandamaran, Klang.

The centre was officially opened by DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang recently in a grand ceremony that included fireworks and a lion dance witnessed by hundreds of people.

Liu said it took him a month to set up the centre and prepare for the opening ceremony.

“With the establishment of this centre I hope we can provide the best services to the people,” he said in his speech.

He said his three special assistants, comprising a Malay, a Chinese and an Indian, would be helping him run the centre.

Also present at the event were Pakatan Rakyat leaders, Chinese community leaders, Klang Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Indus-try chairman Ter Leong Yap and Klang residents.

Liu said he would also extend his services to the constituents of Kota Alam Shah whose elected representative M. Manoharan was still under ISA detention.

“I will help to sort out problems faced by the people of Kota Alam Shah until Manoharan is released,” he said.

Liu also apologised to his constituents if he was unable to attend to each and everyone of them due to his tight schedule.

“My three special assistants at this centre will be here if you have any complaints or need help. They are very helpful,” he said.

Liu’s special assistants could be contacted at:

019-332 9092 -- Tee Boon Hock

019-223 9053 -- Appu

019-312 4444 -- Fauzi

Liu’s service centre is open from Monday to Saturday. For details, call the centre at 03-3166 8706.

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