Agricultural Roadshow 2014 receives rave reviews

KUALA SELANGOR, 14 Dec: The list of events during the weekends and the school holidays did not prevent visitors from flooding the Agricultural Roadshow 2014 in Sungai Burong yesterday.

Over 300 people from as early as 8am started filling up the compound of the At-Taqwa Mosque in Kampung Sungai Tengi Kanan to participate in various events organised such as coconut bowling, a cooking contest and other events.

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The Exco for Infrastructure, Public Amenities and Agro-Based Industries, Zaidy Abdul Talib, said that the organisation of the Agricultural Roadshow is to appreciate the farmers, livestock breeders and fishermen in Selangor.

“We want to appreciate these people, whom without us knowing has served a lot whether in supplying staple food or oxygen from trees and their plantation.

“We also want them to increase their income through agricultural modernisation programmes and leave the poverty rank from RM800 to RM1,500 per month,” he said in front of the audience at the opening ceremony of the Sungai Burong Agricultural Roadshow.

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Also present was the constituency Service Centre Manager, Misran Serman.

Zaidy, who was dressed smartly in a white shirt, managed to bowl coconuts for three times after speaking and he also presented the prizes to the winners.

After that, he also spent time stopping by the exhibition booths and mingling with the visitors.

The Sungai Burong constituency is among the seven specially selected constituencies for the Agricultural Roadshow this year.

NS

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Agricultural Roadshow 2014 receives rave reviews

KUALA SELANGOR, 14 Dec: The list of events during the weekends and the school holidays did not prevent visitors from flooding the Agricultural Roadshow 2014 in Sungai Burong yesterday.

Over 300 people from as early as 8am started filling up the compound of the At-Taqwa Mosque in Kampung Sungai Tengi Kanan to participate in various events organised such as coconut bowling, a cooking contest and other events.

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The Exco for Infrastructure, Public Amenities and Agro-Based Industries, Zaidy Abdul Talib, said that the organisation of the Agricultural Roadshow is to appreciate the farmers, livestock breeders and fishermen in Selangor.

“We want to appreciate these people, whom without us knowing has served a lot whether in supplying staple food or oxygen from trees and their plantation.

“We also want them to increase their income through agricultural modernisation programmes and leave the poverty rank from RM800 to RM1,500 per month,” he said in front of the audience at the opening ceremony of the Sungai Burong Agricultural Roadshow.

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Also present was the constituency Service Centre Manager, Misran Serman.

Zaidy, who was dressed smartly in a white shirt, managed to bowl coconuts for three times after speaking and he also presented the prizes to the winners.

After that, he also spent time stopping by the exhibition booths and mingling with the visitors.

The Sungai Burong constituency is among the seven specially selected constituencies for the Agricultural Roadshow this year.

NS

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