JKP Zone 20, PeBT 18, Wins Best MPSJ Award


SERDANG, 21 Dec: For their persistence in holding community cleanliness programmes throughout the year, the Zone 20 Residents Committee (JKP) won the Best Overall JKP Award for Subang Jaya.


Zone 20 JKP Chairman Sufari Tinnin, 40, said that he did not expect to receive the award from the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ).

He said that this year, the Zone 20 Residents Committee had organised various programmes such as gotong-royongs to eradicate rats in areas around Seri Serdang, safety and dengue prevention campaigns, as well as tailoring workshops dedicated to women.

“I never expected to be recognised for these efforts.

This includes programmes for residents and taking residents problems to higher authorities,” he said, winning a cash prize of RM1,000 and a certificate of appreciation.

Zone 20 Residents Committee also emerged the winner for the Best Community Programme category, third place for best financial management and best JKP leadership.

The awards were presented last night by the Selangor Chief, Minister Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim at the Residents Committee (JKP) and Local Youth Movers (PeBT) Awards Ceremony at Palace of The Golden Horses, Seri Kembangan.

He was accompanied by the MPSJ President, Datuk Asmawi Kasbi as well as Malay Customs, Youth and Sports Executive Councillor Dr Yunus Hairi.

Meanwhile, 2012 Best PeBT Award was won by Zone 18 PeBT which also received RM1,000 and a certificate of appreciation.

They were also the winner of the Best PeBT Leadership Award and came in second for the Best Sports Programme Award.


Chairman Mohd Fitri Jamaluddin, 29, said that the support from the entire community, including the youths, is needed to move PeBT programmes.

Abdul Khalid said in his speech that the excellence contributed by every JKP and PeBT will hopefully continue in efforts to deliver the best service and quality to the community.

“The success of these local governments is the success of all because we have a group that cooperates well in preserving the well-being of all the people in an area,” he said.

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