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WP MP Pritam Singh Continues His Fight For Private Bus Drivers

WP MP Pritam Singh Continues His Fight For Private Bus Drivers

Pritam indicated that these private bus drivers met him at his meet-the-people session, and they told him of their difficulties in meeting the lease payment of their vehicles, and even some having their buses repossessed as they cannot afford to pay for the installments. He ended his post by indicating that he will be writing to the relevant government authorities to ask for support for this group of private bus drivers.

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WP And Pritam Singh To Fight For Private Hire Bus Drivers' Income Affected By COVID19

WP And Pritam Singh To Fight For Private Hire Bus Drivers' Income Affected By COVID19

Singapore has many workers whose lives depend on working day-to-day, and are severely affected by the COVID-19 outbreak - our transport workers, taxi and private hire bus drivers, SMRT staff and yet many others are among them. Although we are a small number in Parliament, my WP colleagues and I will play our part and do our best for you.

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WP's LTK And Yee Jenn Jong Visit Lau Goh's Ward, To Challenge Goh And His Views

WP's LTK And Yee Jenn Jong Visit Lau Goh's Ward, To Challenge Goh And His Views

Workers Party, led by their MP and all -round popular opposition leader Low Thia Khiang and former NCMP Yee Jenn Jong spent their past Sunday morning visiting the Marine Parade and Geylang Serai areas to do their residents outreach program.

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WP MPS KENA SUED AGAIN, THIS TIME BY PASIR RIS-PUNGGOL TOWN COUNCIL

Workers' Party and Aljunied GRC Members of Parliament Low Thia Khiang, Sylvia Lim and Pritam Singh among others will now have to fend off a 2nd lawsuit after Pasir Ris-Punggol Town Council announced that it too would begin legal proceedings against the WP town councillors to recover allegedly mismanaged funds.

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WP'S YEE JENN JONG ALREADY DISCUSSED DIABETES YRS AGO, SAYS GOVT KILLS INNOVATION

Responding to PM Lee's National Day Rally, Workers' Party's Yee Jenn Jong said he already touched on the dangers of diabetes and the importance of using technology in 2014 as he wanted to make services more affordable. He also thinks the government and its regulations are killing innovation in Singapore. Do you agree?

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