Tag Archives: Janil Puthucheary

JANIL PUTHUCHEARY: HOGWASHING S’POREANS IN PARLIAMENT

Janil Puthucheary was found dazed and deluded in his feverish speech attempt in parliament to defend his boss, Lee Hsien Loong on matters of accusations by his sibilings of corruption, abuse of power and nepotism.He was a parliamentarian taking pondium stage to defend the attributes of parliament as the highest body in S’pore and a right platform to examine and rebut the accusations levelled against his boss, PM LHL.

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DR JANIL PUTHUCHEARY: SINGAPOREANS DON’T BEHAVE LIKE ANGRY CHILDREN

Maintaining trust between Government and the people is a never-ending process. For half a century now, this Government has chosen the path that leads to better outcomes in the long term, often despite temporary pain. In the short run, this may draw on the goodwill between the Government and the people. But as our policies work, both trust and goodwill are rebuilt and strengthened. No government in the world can only do things that all voters approve of and never encounter any problems or cause any pain.

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Will PAP MP Puthucheary join the new SAF Volunteer Corps?

During the 2011 general election, new PAP candidate Dr Janil Puthucheary, who became a new citizen in 2008, was criticised by Singaporeans for not having served NS. An interview with him was later published by the media: As for criticism that he did not serve national service, as he became a Singapore citizen at the age of 35, the paediatrician said he has been in public service: ‘I’ve spent the last 10 years saving kids’ lives.’ It is not known if Dr Puthucheary, a PAP MP and new citizen, will take the lead and show a good example by joining SAFVC when it is established. As a medical specialist, he can serve as a Medical Officer in a front-line combat unit.

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Puthucheary scoffs at NMP Lien’s free education idea

Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC MP Janil Puthucheary poured scorn on Mr Lien’s proposal to offer free basic education to Singaporean children from 3 to 18 years old. The Malaysia-born Dr Puthucheary, who famously equated saving childrens’ lives in KK Hospital as a pediatrician to serving National Service, said: I listened in interest to Mr Lien’s suggestions. He called for free education while acknowledging that much of the education is currently at very low cost. Free education is not free. It’s very, very expensive to the society as a whole, to those societies that deliver free education, there is a very high taxation burden and it drives behaviour for individuals to seek private education.

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