Kerajaan BN ada pelan pembangunan yang berwawasan.

Posted on April 17, 2012

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SELARAS dengan matlamat menjadikan Sarawak sebagai sebuah negeri maju dalam Malaysia, pembangunan di kawasan luar bandar harus seiring dengan pembangunan pesat di kawasan bandar.

Kerajaan berikrar untuk lebih menumpukan usaha bagi meningkatkan pembangunan di kawasan luar bandar bertepatan dengan perancangan di bawah RMK-10.

Pembangunan akan diagih-agihkan ke seluruh negeri dan daerah secara sama rata.

Tumpuan juga akan diberikan kepada pembangunan berkelompok yang membolehkan sumber-sumber yang diperuntukkan dan potensi setiap kawasan dapat dimaksimumkan dengan lebih efisien dan strategik.

Kawasan bandar dan pekan utama juga akan dibangunkan berdasarkan kepada kelebihan yang dimiliki.

RMK-10 mengandungi aspirasi Program Transformasi Kerajaan dan Model Baru Ekonomi yang berteraskan hasrat untuk menjana pendapatan tinggi, keterangkuman dan kemampanan.
 
Sejarah RMK bermula ketika negara telah mencapai kemerdekaan di mana perancangan pembangunan yang lebih sistematik dan tersusun diperlukan. Penyusunan ini diperlukan bagi memastikan pelaksanaan dasar tersebut lebih berkesan dan mudah mendapat pembiayaan tertentu. 
 
Dasar pembangunan yang lebih sistematik ini dapat digambarkan dengan lahirnya rancangan pembentukan tertentu sama ada untuk peringkat jangka pendek (lima tahun) mahupun jangka panjang. Dasar pembangunan jangka panjang hanya wujud selepas pembentukan Malaysia.  Rancangan jangka pendek dan jangka panjang ini saling bertindanan dan berkaitan. 

Senarai Rancangan Pembangunan Lima Tahun Malaysia 1956 sehingga kini:-
 
Rancangan Malaya Pertama (RM1) 1956 – 1960
Rancangan Malaya Kedua (RM2) 1961 – 1965
Rancangan Malaysia Pertama (RMP) 1966 – 1970
Rancangan Malaysia Kedua (RMD) 1971 – 1975
Rancangan Malaysia Ketiga (RMT) 1976 – 1980
Rancangan Malaysia Keempat (RME) 1981 – 1985
Rancangan Malaysia Kelima (RML) 1986 – 1990
Rancangan Malaysia Keenam (RMEn) 1991 – 1995
Rancangan Malaysia Ketujuh (RMTu) 1996 – 2000
Rancangan Malaysia Kelapan (RMLa) 2001 – 2005
Rancangan Malaysia Kesembilan (RMK-9) 2006 – 2010
Rancangan Malaysia Kesepuluh (RMK-10) 2011 – 2015

Justeru, tidak hairan apabila kerajaan atau wakil rakyat Barisan Nasional tidak jemu-jemu memberitahu perancangan teliti kerajaan dalam membawa kemajuan terhadap negara atau negeri.

Berikut ialah artikel berita dimuat dalam www.theborneopost.com berkaitan perkara di atas.
 

Posted on April 15, 2012, Sunday

Northern Sarawak primed for more growth — MP

MIRI: The federal government has given the green light to develop areas, including the building of roads, between Ba Kelalan, Lawas, Bario and Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Lawas MP Dato Henry Sum Agong said this latest development augured well for people in the region, including those living in the highland areas in the interior of Lawas.

“This will certainly improve the socio-economic standard of the community residing in these areas,” he said when met by thesundaypost in Ba Kelalan recently.

Sum added that the government had also approved the building of bridges across several rivers in the area.

“The travelling time between Lawas and Ba Kelalan was shortened after the government took over a section of Long Luping to Ba Kelalan.

“The government also improved and upgraded the standard of roads by tar sealing the whole stretch from Long Luping to Ba Kelalan.”

He added that although the road from Long Luping and Long Sukang was still under the maintenance of logging companies operating in the area, the government would chip in to improve and upgrade a section of it (about 6km) from Long Sukang.

“Allocation has been approved (for road improvement and upgrading). We are also applying for allocation for the remaining six kilometres to Lawas.”

The travelling time from Lawas to Ba’Kelalan has been shortened from more than 10 hours to about four after the government took over the maintenance of the section from Long Luping to Ba Kelalan.

Sum opined that travelling time would be reduced further when the government took over the whole section linking the area with Lawas.

He added that also approved to be built were roads linking Ba Kelalan with Bario and the Malaysian-Indonesian border.

Ba Kelalan is blessed with a unique climate and is rich with cultural and natural wonders. With attractions such as mountains, jungles, valleys, paddy fields and the local culture of the Lun Bawang community, the area is primed for eco-tourism.

With cultivation of apples in the area, Sum said it was also poised as a destination for agro-tourism.

As the area was teeming withn potential, Sum said the government was making efforts to improve infrastructure and tourism in the area for the benefit of the people.

Also earmarked is the provision of electricity by tapping its hydro potential.