Selangor To Implement 564 Projects Worth RM3.41 Billion This Year

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Selangor has identified a total of 564 balanced and sustainable development projects to be implemented this year under the Fourth Rolling Plan (RP4) of the 12th Malaysia Plan (12MP)  with a total allocation of RM3.41 billion.

The Selangor State Development Office, under the Implementation Coordination Unit of the Prime Minister’s Department, in a statement said of the total number, 463 are new projects whereas 101 are extension projects.

Through this effort, the Selangor RP4 focused on the development of 471 physical projects (RM2.25 billion or 65.8 per cent) involving the main project scope including equipment, information as well as communication technology (ICT) and non-ICT equipment,  purchase of buildings, construction, facility management, maintenance, land acquisition and research.

“Meanwhile, 93 projects (RM1.17 billion or 34.2 per cent) are non-physical projects approved for fund financing, ICT programmes, research and training programmes,” according to the statement.

The matter was made known following the Selangor State Development Action Council meeting, chaired by Selangor Menteri Besar Dato’ Seri Amirudin Shari.

The statement said that as of February 13, Selangor had achieved an expenditure performance of 8.39 per cent and surpassed the national performance of 6.03 per cent.

According to him, the projects expected to be completed this year include the construction of the National Centre for Food Safety (NCFS) in Sepang, the upgrading project for the Kajang Hospital, Kem Wawasan Negara Tanjung Rhu in Sepang as well as the construction of a new 24-classroom school and other facilities at Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Saujana Putra, in Telok Datok, Kuala Langat.

Separately, on the examined performance of RP3 of the 12MP, the state said it recorded 99.65 percent or a total of RM6.78 billion which had been spent from the RM6.81 billion allocated for last year.

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