Sunday, 20 October 2013

PAP Turning Singapore into Fishing Village

Do you still remember what we read in history books that Singapore was a fishing village in 1950s and 1960s and it was due to PAP extraordinary efforts to turn this country into first world country like Switzerland?

Now Singapore is really a fishing village and may areas are hit by floods.
Singapore has been raped by PAP after many years of neglect and high minister and MP pay.
Heavy rain caused flash floods in eastern and central Singapore on Sunday evening.
SINGAPORE: Heavy rain caused flash floods in eastern and central Singapore on Sunday evening.
National water agency PUB said heavy rain fell over eastern and central parts of Singapore from 4.20pm to 6.40pm.
Total rainfall of 77mm was recorded at Kim Chuan rain gauge from 4.20pm to 6.40pm, of which 60.2mm fell from 5.05pm to 5.35pm.
Flash floods were reported at the following locations:
- Paya Lebar Road under PIE-Paya Lebar flyover;
- Service Road off Upper Paya Lebar Road (near Lim Teck Boo Road);
- Arumugam Road and Ubi Ave 2;
- Eunos Crescent;
- Junction of MacPherson Road and Harvey Road;
- PIE (towards Changi Airport) slip road at Stevens Rd Exit; and
- Thomson Road near Novena Rise.
PUB said the flash floods subsided within 30 minutes, except for the flood at Arumugam Road which subsided within one hour.
The first four locations were affected as Geylang River was flowing full during the storm.
PUB has ongoing drainage improvement works to upgrade the stretch of Geylang River which serves these areas.
The drainage improvement work is expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2014.
PUB has also scheduled drainage improvement works at Harvey Road and Thomson Road.

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