It seems there are all sorts of unsettled issues in Selangor. This includes the Shah Alam Stadium, in which the state’s soccer team is prohibited to enter and conduct their training in their own home ground stadium. In addition, the Selangor Youth Council also faces the similar restrictions.The issues of the Shah Alam Stadium and the Youth Complex are examples of how opposition-led government inflicts deliberate injustice to the rakyat whereby they are forced to be ‘refugees’ in their own homeland.
However, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has given a ray of hope to this issue and for a leader who truly understands Selangor youngsters’ dreams and needs, he assured the Selangor Red Giant squad would be back once again to the Shah Alam Stadium if Barisan Nasional (BN) wins over Selangor in the coming GE14.
The same goes for Kompleks Belia dan Kebudayaan Negeri Selangor in Seksyen 7, Shah Alam where this complex will be filled with activities for Majlis Belia Negeri Selangor which is supposed to be their rights to hold them.
Deservedly popular sports such as football should not fall into Azmin’s dirty political scheme. This is a popular sport that can unite Malaysians regardless of political affiliation where it is able to highlight team spirit in solidarity. Regrettably, Azmin took it into his narrow politics and the Selangor people would have to bear them.
Selangor today is clearly involved with its own unsettled problems and is seen to be unable to be resolved by the PKR-led government headed by Azmin Ali. More scandals and controversies are yet to be revealed not only by his adversaries but the various quarters and in particular Selangor rakyat has begun to turn them into hot topics at home and in the streets.
All that Azmin and his leadership lines could only laud are their series of slogans which are mere rhetorical in facing the rakyat’s grievances and the unattended state problems, what more when general election is drawing near. In addition, these opposition-led Selangor leaders are good at creating excuses and denials. Alas, it is the rakyat that will have to bear all burdens.
The opposition pact was given two terms mandate to govern Selangor but the situation in this richest state is getting from bad to worse. There is no other solution to it except Selangor should return to Barisan Nasional in the next general election. Unless and until the young voters in Selangor could ensure victory for BN, only then Shah Alam Stadium will be resubmitted to the Red Giant team including the Youth Complex.
Enough is enough. This is the best chance to make a difference and change Selangor for better with Barisan Nasional and PM Najib Razak.