Monday, December 24, 2012

KENAPA ST SINGAPURA SANGGUP TURUN KE CAMERON HIGHLAND ?


pertama 
kerana peniaga di situ menjual seluruh hasil kepada singapura.

kedua
singapura perlukan hasil tanaman yang fresh setiap bulan kerana mahu memenuhi pasaran singapura.

ketiga
desakan peniaga yang menceroboh tanah boleh menyebabkan banyak pencemaran dan tanah runtuh berlaku.

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peniaga tamak ini ENGGAN mengikut kata pihak kerajaan dan NGO untuk melaksanakan tanaman secara teknikal yang baru tanpa mengganggu tanah baru yang lain.

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kerana takut pasaran makanan mereka (singapura) terjejaslah, maka ST SINGAPURA menyerang kerajaan negeri sambil mempertahankan peniaga yang tamak haloba tu !

ABANG LONG NAN ( mb pahang ) wajib untuk tidak tunduk pada desakan peniaga yang tamak haloba ni.

Singapore Straits Times accelerates the concerns by several farmers’ complaint in Cameron Highlands.



Malaysian government was blamed for refusing to grant issue of new land licences to farmers, reported by Lester Kong.



Vegetables from Cameron Highlands are harvested a year round to meet the demand by Singaporeans. Mr Chay Ee Meng, the secretary of Cameron Highlands Vegetable Growers Association, added the transport to reach stores in Singapore takes an overnight trip by lorries. NTUC FairPrice is the main importers from Singapore, which totalled one-third of its 1,000 tons of tomatoes monthly.



  1. Farmers reiterated that they are restricted to expand their farm sizes.

Mr Chay Ee Meng said that farmers need extra 1, 200 ha (3,000 acres) for vegetables but they expressed hopelessness to obtain permits for new lands.


  1. When farmers cannot expand their land sizes it means they cannot apply for new loans in order to modernise their farms for higher yields. During the tour of Singapore ST journalist in Kampung Raja, they were told that farmers cannot afford to buy equipment that cost RM 600,000 (S $240,000) sorting machines for tomatoes.

  1. Therefore, farmers were compelled to enlarge their lands illegally for vegetable and fruit farms. This has caused the encroachment into state lands on the slope that had caused landslides and silt flows into the Pahang’s 136 rivers.

According to L.K., the Star reported that district officer, Datuk Ahmad Daud, expressed difficulty guiding farmers how to create buffer zones between their farms and rivers with the co-operation of Drainage and Irrigation Department. Regional Environment Awareness of Cameron Highlands group also claimed that illegal land clearing was considerable.


  1. The group’s chief, Ramakrishnan Ramasamy, remarked that farmers unheeded the effort of teaching by government and non-government on how to grow high yields farming techniques without expanding their lands. 



Stern actions must be reinforced by relevant authorities to prevent from further stealing of new lands.


Lester Kong must think otherwise; farmers aspiring for big scale business to meet their conflict of interest could affect the supply from all farmers in Cameron Highlands.


Malaysian government should ignore these vegetables and fruit farmers’ complaints as those who aim for huge profits will never get satisfied with their wealth.  
H.S.




22 comments:

Tun Teja said...

1. Singaporean importers should not push the farmers in Cameron Highlands to grow more fruits and vegetables if the farmers cannot expand bigger land. Singapore importers are the cause of farmers stealing state lands just for multiplying their wealth, and this is not a healthy competition.
2. Cameron Highland farmers in fact were taught how to achieve high-yield farming techniques, that allow them to sustain farming without needing to expand their land, but the farmers themselves are stubborn, they refused to put in their effort. Instead, the farmers grabbed the state land, isn’t feasting on illegal business?
3. Mr Kwang, who can afford expensive farming equipment with RM 600,000 (S$240,000) tomato sorting machines could share his experience with other farmers and guide them in order to lead these farming business in legal way.

Anonymous said...

Why must heed to the requests by these greedy farmers at Cameron Highland. Efforts by the state govt as well as NGOs in teaching these farmers the modern, efective and productive ways of farming was not heeded. These farmers should have invested in doing modern farming to increase their harvest, instead they are reluctant to make such investment. What they are interested is to get more free or cheap lands. It is not hard or diffucult to make a guess coz these farmers (primarily Chinese) are greedy and wants to make quick money on the pretext to temporarily owning the lands and subsequently lease or sell them to Chinese entrepreneurs from S'pore. For that reason, I would advice the Menteri Besar to ignore these greedy farmers requests and stick to the original plan by asking these farmers to educate themselves to improve the yield based on their existing land size. There are bound to be strong potential of pollution in enormous scale to the green nature shud more lands are being given to these greedy farmers coz they will practise the same methods which will damage the green nature and later will demand for more lands. As far as S' pore Straits Times, this neighbour news wire has ulterior motive.

usin said...

satu je aku rasa cara terbaik nk membalas kerja jahat st spore ni. pru13, pastikan pakatan kalah teruk. masa tu baru dorang tahu bahawa kerja2 jahat dorang hanyalah sia2. mcm 'tahaluf siyasi' pas yg sebenarnya 'tahaluf sia-sia'.

Anonymous said...

kita kena kan duti keuntungan jika nak export ke singapork macam duti minyak sawit.

kat Malaysia pun tak cukup sayur, kenapa nak export lak...

Tukang Komen said...

MATILAH SINGAPURA. TAMBAK TANAH TEPI PANTAI DAN TANAM SENDIRI. HIDUP BERGANTUNG PADA NEGARA KITA TAPI TAK TAU NAK BERTERIMA KASIH.

MATILAH SINGAPURA. MAJU KEBELAKANG.

Anonymous said...

Dah bertahun tahun saya tak ke Cameron Highland . Agak nya macam mana lah Cameron Highland sekarang ?

Anonymous said...

Menyibuk je Singapore ni. Apa kata korang makan rumpai laut je lepas ni. Tak payah nak datang ke Malaysia. Keliling negara kau dalam laut banyak benda tu...

Anonymous said...

CH dah rosak teruk. karam singh walia selalu buat berita pasal penanam sayu cina angkuh, tamak, degil x ikut perintah dan peraturan pentadbir di situ. mereka ikut sedap hati mrk je contohnya buat bangsal di rizab jalan. skrg ini dah melarat sampai lojing sebelah gua musang kelantan. maklumlah geng mrk ngeh dan nga disedekahkan 10,000 ekar oleh nik najis setan babi

komandomelayu said...

Dulu masa kem aku ada situ sejuk gila sekarang hotel pun dah psg aircond!

Inilah jadinya bila bnyk sgt babi mnyondol kt situ!

komandomelayu said...

Di lojing kt negeri konon parti islam perintah patutnya Dipenuhi oleh pekebun sayur melayu untuk bg saingan dgn babi kt CH.

Anonymous said...

Knp perlu campur tangan dlm urusan pentadbiran negara lain?

Pekong Pondan said...

Farmers must differentiate between big scale farming and family farming.

Big scale and a few farmers but they need farm-workers and machines.

Family farming for living and moderate living - small machines and a few workers.

This is a national economic issue and the government have to set up a long term plan.

Cameron Highland surely have capacity for both kind of farming. I refer to BOH tea-farming and some strawberry farmers.

The government can recommend kind of farming in order to supply all demands. It's a good task for the agricultural minister.

Anonymous said...

Pasal sayur utk Singapura yg harga mahal tp sisa racun rendah, byk tanah diperuntuk utk mereka. Utk rakyat tempatan, sayur bergred rendah sisa racunnya tinggi utk produktiviti lebih (kalau tak, mana mungkin Singapura ketatkan ujian pensampelan sisa racun dan byk kali penghantaran kena reject). Kerajaan tolong tengok sikit hal ni, dengarnya byk racun haram Kelas 1 dari negara jiran mcm lannate digunakan. Kerajaan juga wajar hebahkan hasil kajian kesan racun kpd kecacatan kelahiran & masalah kesihatan bayi yg tinggi di sana yg dikatakan jauh melepasi purata kebangsaan bg menyedarkan masyarakat - jgn asyik berkiblatkan duit singapura.

Anonymous said...

Business business jugak, tapi ini hal patut siasat. Rakyat mau tau apa sudah jadi.



Anonymous said...

duh..so singapore demand provides the basis of illegal use of reserve land?

Anonymous said...

bilalah sinapore nak stop jadi parasit kepada Melayu??

kalau aku cina balik cina pun bagus tanah luas..negara sejuk.& maju.

Anonymous said...

Why blame Singapore for all the land issues.? If the authorities were to do their job and flea out the mole in the land office, the issue can be curtailed. I think money is the issue. Why not hang those who are caught giving out information on the raids? Do like what China is doing on corruptions.Forget about the NGOs who are complaining about human rights, tell them to put their head between their legs and kiss their ass goodbye.

Anonymous said...


NS Times Singapore sial

Anonymous said...

mane geng2 lynas yg konon cintakan alam sekitar? mase nie la nk demo dpn pekebun2 ni plak..bgtau kt geng cina bukuit korang tu yg ape drang tuntut tu bleh sbb kn pencemaran..kamon geng lynas..tkr jd save cameron

Anonymous said...

Anon 9:18,
Yang menentang Lynas semuanya hipokrit... Di Cameron Highland skrg ni memang dah teruk dgn hakisan tanah yang masuk ke sungai.. Hasil kerja siapa? Pekebun2 sayur ni la... Ada anti-Lynas kisah?

Anonymous said...

Dia orang kalau sesama geng, mana nak buat demo,ada untung maaa

Anonymous said...

Sangsi. Kemungkin ada ke aktiviti perluas penanaman atas tanah tanpa izin ?