DAP Kafir Harbi mula atur strategi ambil tanah Melayu di Pulau Pinang

DAP Kafir harbi mula strategi untuk mengambil tanah hak milik orang Melayu dengan cuba menukar status tanah “leased hold” kepada “freehold”.

Nampaknya sejak penguasaan Pakatan Rakyat di Selangor, Perak dan Pulau Pinang, agenda utama mereka ialah mengambil dan menukar status tanah milik kerajaan negeri dan orang Melayu kepada bukan Melayu.

Tindakan ini diambil supaya orang bukan Melayu akan terus menyokong DAP kafir harbi kerana mereka mendapat banyak faedah apabila Pakatan Rakyat memerintah.

Hakikatnya, apabila status hakmilik tanah ini diserahkan oleh pemerintah negeri, tanah itu akan kekal sebagai milik bukan Melayu. Jika ditakdirkan Barisan Nasional memenangi semula negeri tersebut, BN tidak akan dapat berbuat apa-apa kerana pemberian tanah dan penukaran status tanah itu adalah sah disisi undang-undang.

Sejak Pakatan Rakyat memerintah banyak keuntungan yang diperolehi oleh bukan Melayu, manakala orang Melayu yang menyokong mereka pula hanya boleh bergembira dengan RM10 air percuma sebulan. Itu pun hanya bagi orang yang mampu tinggal di rumah bertanah. Jika setahun, dapatlah jimat RM120 dan lima tahun dapatlah jimat RM 500.

Jika dibandingkan dengan bukan Melayu yang sudah mendapat tanah bernilai setengah juta di Perak, setengah juta projek ternakan babi di {eral dan terbaru di Pulau Pinang, tanah leased hold ditukarkan ke freehold yang mungkin bernilai lebih SATU (1) billion Ringgit Malaysia.

Sunday May 25, 2008
Apply to convert to freehold status, Guan Eng tells landowners
By CAROLYN OOI

GEORGE TOWN: Residential leasehold landowners in Penang can begin applying to the state government to convert the government land into freehold, said Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng.

He said the state was studying a new land policy, which would allow the 30-year, 60-year or 99-year leasehold land be converted into freehold land on a case-by-case basis.

“We are also looking into allowing the tenure of leasehold industrial land owned by the state government to be extended from 60 years to 99 years.

“Those given the approval must, of course, pay the land premium,” he said after he led a donation drive at the Air Itam market for the Sichuan Earthquake Fund yesterday .

Lim said the move to change the land policy was decided at the state Exco meeting on Friday but there were legal hurdles to overcome.

“We have to make sure that this policy is in compliance with the National Land Code,” he said.

He said the study would include the economic impact on both businesses and on the state.

Lim said extending the tenure of leasehold industrial land would help companies apply for bank loans.

“The state state government will also benefit from the premium to be paid for the extended lease tenure,” he said.

On leasehold commercial land, he said there would be no change to the land policy, which extends to 99 years.

Lim said the state government would take steps to ensure those allowed to convert residential leasehold land into freehold do not sell off the land immediately.

He said each landowner has to submit their own application for the change of land status.

“Those who want to apply can start applying now and if they need help, they can contact their assemblymen,” he said.

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