Here about Langkawi fisherman benefit from PM’s vacation.
Private Homes Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in Pulau Langkawi has brought benefits to the fishermen in Kampung Sungai Chenango covered if it "presents" with the consent of the immediate use of RM7 million for the construction of a new quay.
At an informal meeting with some 100 inhabitants of the village of fishermen, the Prime Minister had the award after noting the difficulties with which the fishermen know their boats to take in and out of the river mouth.
"Two nights, said Datuk Jo (Johari Baharom, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Agro-industry) that I have to visit this area because the river is too narrow and it is difficult to get on boats and in the sea out.
"Once we have the situation, I immediately known, built the allocation of RM7 million to a new pier, and I hope to raise through the construction of the new pier, the incomes of fishermen here," he said during the meeting said.
Najib and his wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, Tuesday concluded three days holiday at a private resort Iceland.
The Prime Minister said he wanted to solve the pollution of the river immediately from the company sewers, IWK Sdn Bhd
He said out that the unofficial visit to the fishing village in line with its concept of the friendly visit was to bring people's problems and closer.
Najib said that through these visits, he felt more comfortable in the knowledge of men, there was no relevant protocol.
The fishing village of Sungai Chenango was among the areas hit by the tsunami at the end of 2004.