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The opposition has renewed its criticism over the government's promise to distribute 150,000 laptops by September to students from low-income households who are struggling with home-learning due to a lack of a suitable device.
This is as schools remain shut during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Kepong MP Lim Lip Eng, who oversaw the distribution of 242 laptops by the private sector to a school in his constituency, said he had yet to see contributions from the government-linked initiative in his constituency.
"To date, all assistance to schools in Kepong has been from organisations, companies and private citizens.
"Schools are government institutions but they have to go out and look for laptops on their own," he said in a statement.
The government, in Budget 2021, announced that 150,000 laptops will be distributed to students as part of an effort led by government-linked firms.
The programme, called Cerdik, is being managed by Yayasan Hasanah, a foundation under state-owned Khazanah Nasional Bhd.
Amid criticisms on the pace of distribution, Cerdik had set up a tracker on its website to update the public about the progress.
As of August 5, Cerdik had distributed 91,988 devices to students. It is also in the midst of distributing another 11,325 devices.
It still needs to distribute another 46,677 devices by end-September in order to meet its target.
The government plans to reopen schools in September despite a surge in Covid-19 cases.