Soon 4G coverage in all land resettlement programs FELDA – Annuar
KUALA LUMPUR (October 8): The government will prioritize 317 Federal Land Development Authority (FELDA) land resettlement programs in the country to have 4G network connectivity in the near future, the minister said of Communications and Multimedia, Tan Sri Annuar Musa.
Annuar said the government wanted to make sure people could exercise their rights to access connectivity.
“Yesterday I had a discussion with the Felda management delegation headed by its chairman Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh and we came to an agreement (on this),” he told reporters after attending. at the pre-launch of ‘Keluarga Malaysia’ (Malaysian family). ceremony in Angkasapuri here today.
At the same time, he said, as part of the Malaysian family program, his ministry would work to improve broadband connectivity across the country, including rural areas and Orang villages. Asli, adding that the move would strengthen the Malaysian family institution.
Annuar said programs under ministries would be more effective when physical projects were linked to the meaning and philosophy of nation building.
According to the Malaysian Family Booklet, the relevant ministries and agencies are to propose the criteria for their respective programs in accordance with what has been agreed by the Prime Minister’s office.
Therefore, to ensure the overall performance of the concept, the Happiness Outcome (KHO) should be included in the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) of stakeholder dashboards.
On the ministry’s 100-day key performance indicator, Annuar said reviving and revitalizing the country’s creative industry was part of his agenda, which included guidelines on measures to scale up the creative industry. of the country as one of the channels to increase income and contribute to gross domestic product (GDP).
Apart from this, it would also ensure the implementation of broadband services, the National Digital Network Plan (JENDELA) and the enhancement of the digital economy.
He said the government will introduce the Malaysian Family Youth Package to help teens access the internet and get affordable smart devices soon.