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JEJAK UKHUWWAH

11/3/11

TNB dah jadi Pembuli Rakyat Berlesen BN



Presiden Persatuan Pengurusan Bangunan Malaysia berkata ramai pengguna telah menerima kenaikan bil elektrik yang terlalu tinggi setelah menukar meter elektrik di premis mereka. Tenaga Nasional Berhad tidak sepatutnya MEMBULI pengguna untuk memotong bekalan elektrik yang tidak membayar kenaikan bil elektrik yang terlalu tinggi tersebut.

Pesanan Penaja : Pilihanraya Umum ke 13 ini , Undilah lagi BN

Dibawah pentadbiran kerajaan BN ni bil elektrik TNB naik mendadak . Ada yang bil elektrik mereka naik 40 kali ganda, seperti laporan TNB Perompak Rakyat di http://amkns.blogspot.com/2011/09/bil-elektrik-naik-40-kali-ganda-tnb.html

Jangan lupa baca artikel sebelum ini , Gaji CEO TNB RM1.8 juta, ketika rakyat tanggung beban di http://amkns.blogspot.com/2011/06/gaji-ceo-tnb-rm18-juta-ketika-rakyat.html

TENAGA NASIONAL SHOULD NOT BULLY CONSUMERS
The Sun Daily
3 November 2011

KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 2, 2011): National electric supply company Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) should not bully consumers to pay hefty electricty bills by threatening to cut their supply.

Building Management Association of Malaysia president Datuk Teo Chiang Kok said that a large number of consumers had received hefty electricy bill after changing metres at their premises.

"And when the consumers refused to pay the bills, TNB threaten to cut their electricity supply," he said at a joint press conference with the Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry Malaysia and the Kuala Lumpur Selangor Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry, today.

Also present were several consumers who claimed they received hefty electricity bills after TNB replaced their metre with new digital ones.

S Venkateswaran said it was unfair for TNB to threaten to disrupt supply when the bills were under dispute.

“It is a very inconvenient situation, not only for us but also the building management corporations,” he said.

theSun had, on June 10 and 26, highlighted the case of Chong Sook Tak, 51, who received a nasty shock when he received a text message from TNB informing him of arrears amounting to RM31,819.25.

http://www.thesundaily.my/news/196931

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