PAP's Tin Pei Ling helps MacPherson residents cope with rising prices
Apr 24, 2011
SINGAPORE - Merchants and hawkers in MacPherson will keep prices stable for the next six months, according to People's Action Party (PAP) candidate Tin Pei Ling.
Ms Tin, a member of the Marine Parade Group Representation Constituency (GRC) team for the General Election, announced this while speaking to reporters after visiting a hawker centre at Aljunied Crescent yesterday.
The PAP team members spoke with residents and stall owners together.
Ms Tin said she had spoken to the MacPherson's Merchants Association on the matter, and added that she hoped the move would help residents cope with the rising cost of living.
When asked for her response to those who feel she is the single factor that could drag votes down for the entire team, Ms Tin said the election is being fought as a team.
"We should let the voters decide the outcome," she said.
Over the past few weeks, videos posted online of Ms Tin have stirred controversy.
Jeanette Aruldoss quote a stall holder in Old Airport Road compliant that that NEA raised his stall rent by 35% so how too keep price stable as per Tin Pei Ling promised to the resident.
Yesterday report ask Tin Pei Ling and the answer from her is Old Airport Road Hawker center not under MacPherson.
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