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Hey, Jazlan is not so bad, isn't he?
At least he was paying attention and pro-active to concerns over the matter.
For that, I'm putting a better picture of him in this blog,
See, he looks better grinning and in suit. Got flowers in the background some more.
Sorry Jazlan, can't find a less chubby looking picture of you. That one you simply have to exercise and diet a bit, okay.
Anyway, based on Jazlan's response, I conclude that,
1. Jazlan doesn't know yet where Datasonic will make the passports and their microchips.
That's because he said "We are investigating this". Otherwise he would have said "No, that Annie is lying and a fraud. Don't read that bitch's blog because she is Pro-Tun and being paid by DAP. Datasonic is not going to make our passports in China. I know for certain that Datasonic will make the passports in Balakong. They told me so".
Okay, Jazlan is nice and would never says it like that, but I know someone else who most certainly would :)
I think my sources was telling the truth too when they said PM DS Najib Razak was not aware of what's Datasonic's plan. If a deputy minister in charge of the whole thing was not aware, how could the PM knows about it, right?
I feel that Datasonic and a lot of other people are not being transparent enough over this matter.
They are expecting the rakyat to just accept whatever they are doing.
And for that, we have to pay them some more. In this case, RM1.6 billion.
2. The government will not allow the passports to be made in China.
Jazlan said, “The passports were assembled here previously. There are security issues involved,”
At least I know that the government doesn't compromise on security issues.
Ya lah, if we want to have our shoes or clothes being made in China, then it's okay.
But our passports?
Well, anyway, I'm expecting Datasonic to come out with a statement soon saying that they are not going to make the passports in China.
Of course that's expected of them now things are out in the open.
They will quickly set up plants in Balakong to produce the microchips and print the passport booklets.
And for that we may have to expect more early morning long queues at the immigration counters.
What to do?
Redha saja lah.
I'm wishing good luck to Jazlan in his investigation.
Thanks anyway Datuk for responding.
Next time you come back to Pulai, I will belanja you makan tempe goreng, okay :)