Bukit Panjang blackout flats to be put under purview of Lui Tuck Yew’s watchful gaze

Posted on 16 July 2015

Extreme concern shown by the minister will prevent such future events from happening again.


Residents staying in blocks of Bukit Panjang flats that experienced a blackout on Tuesday night can be assured that such an event will not happen again.

This after it was announced that the affected flats will all be put under the purview of Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew’s watchful gaze, which has been credited with helping MRT breakdown prevention.

One government spokesperson, Bak Chew, said Minister Lui will oversee the flats personally for the time being as cardboard standees of him keeping watch round the clock will be rushed into production: “Our pilot testing previously of Minister Lui Tuck Yew’s standees putting MRT stations under his watchful gaze improved breakdown prevention.”

“His show of extreme concern has benefited the MRT system greatly and we hope to transplant this benefit to other domains.”

Over time, the plan will be to introduce the Minister Lui cardboard standee into every home, where the minister can put everything in the house under his watchful gaze, to improve their functionality.

At press time, it is believed this will help correct Singapore’s declining birth rate, reverse juvenile delinquency problems and also improve the PAP’s vote share at the next General Election.








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