Lim: Not being corrupt left gov't with extra RM3.5b to spend

Lu Wei Hoong & Zikri Kamarulzaman

Modified 6 May 2019, 3:22 am

INTERVIEW | When Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng tabled Budget 2019 last November, many criticised the government for reducing the amount of aid given to certain groups, such as fishermen and youths.

As the months passed, however, some of these forms of aid were reintroduced, such as cash for unmarried youths under the Cost of Living Aid (BSH) – Pakatan Harapan's version of the 1Malaysia People's Aid (BR1M)...

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