BN can still reject Budget 2021 if EPF withdrawal is complicated – Najib

Exclusive interview with former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak PIX: MalaysiaGazette automatic moratorium UMNO BN PN EPF withdrawal
Exclusive interview with former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib RazakPIX: MalaysiaGazette

By Ainul Asniera Ahsan

KUALA LUMPUR – Datuk Seri Najib Razak and Barisan Nasional (BN) would like to think that the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) would simplify the process of withdrawal and do not make things difficult or deny the rights of the people to withdraw their own money.

Therefore, he requested the people to be patient and give some space to the EPF to announce the details on their process of the new improved scheme.

“I noticed that there are some who are worried about the process of EPF’s i-Sinar scheme and they think that it would also be complicated.

“As announced by the Minister of Finance last evening at the Dewan Rakyat, he would only be getting the approval from the EPF this morning. It would only be decided by the EPF and the Minister of Finance this morning,” he said in a Facebook post.

However, according to Najib, if the process of withdrawal remains complicated or is troublesome, BN still has the opportunity to reject the budget at the committee level voting.

If the budget is fully approved but the government still fail to fulfil their promise to the people, Najib and BN still have ways to ensure that the government fulfil these demands.

“As I mentioned just now, the UMNO Youth has promised to monitor the implementation on the commitment for the automatic approval or moratorium and EPF withdrawal.

“You may reach out to UMNO or BN leaders at your division if there is any complication or you’re thrown with various unreasonable terms and conditions.

“Thus, BN will take further actions if the PN government does not fulfil its commitment and promises,” he vowed. –MalaysiaGazette

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