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SHAH ALAM: All the 26 missionary schools in Selangor today received the special allocation of RM1.3 million under the Tenth Malaysia Plan from the Education Ministry.
Selangor Federal Development chairman Datuk Seri Noh Omar said each school was given RM50,000 for maintenance and repair of their respective schools.
"This allocation is also to enhance educational excellence in terms of providing better facilities at the schools," he told a media conference after presenting the allocation to the schools concerned at the Selangor Education Department here.
Noh, who is Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister, said 11 of the missionary schools in Selangor were in Klang, Petaling Utama (10), two each in Kuala Langat and Hulu Langat and one in Sepang.
Meanwhile, commenting on a billboard with a picture of him and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, which the Selangor government claimed was illegally erected in Tanjong Karang, Noh, who is the Tanjong Karang member of parliament, said the allegation was baseless.
He said billboards which were put up by government agencies in Tanjong Karang were to inform the public on the presence of their respective offices in the area.
"They are all government agencies and of course they will have a picture of me and the prime minister," he added. --BERNAMA