These stories are not very nice.
Over 400000 PTPTN defaulters
to remain in banks' blacklist
Even this one doesn't look good to me;
Pledge for PTPTN borrowers to delay
repayment still being studied
I meant, the other day they said those earning less than RM4,000 per month can postpone the repayment of their studies loan, but now they said that one is still being studied.
Why la like that.
As I wrote in my previous post, they should study things first before making an announcement, and not the other way around.
Want to make election promises also like that.
See first whether you can do it or not, then only tell people.
Otherwise, like what PH people used to accused of BN, "janji dicapati" instead of "janji ditepati".
Remember, at one time they even said can give free higher education.
Simply simply say only.
Well, what to do, it's done already.
PH won, okay.
Anyway, I was never agreeable about borrowers of PTPTN not having to pay back their loan.
The money is needed for the next generation of students.
That's why I was against it from the start when PH turned the issue into part of its election campaign.
Ok, ok...."Najib stole the people's money, so that's why things are like this now"
The mantra....I know.
The new Education Minister said that,
Still, they shouldn't make that promise.
Nonetheless, the PTPTN borrowers shouldn't complain too much.
At least they got to borrow the money for their studies which is better than in some other cases.
For instance, my mother actually worked for two years as a waitress in Singapore to save enough money before going to study in Taiwan.
She even worked in factories in Singapore during her school holidays before that to have enough money for her education.
My mother is not from a rich taukeh family, okay.
Those days there was no PTPTN and scholarships was almost unheard of among Chinese school students unless they are extremly good in their studies.
So, really, the PTPTN borrowers simply need to learn to live the hard life a bit and pay their loan.