Parliamentary Questions from MP Lee Bee Wah on 2-4 September
1) To ask the Prime Minister
(a) whether there is an increasing number of cases of monies wrongly credited by a person to a bank account of an individual; and
(b) whether our banks are required to freeze such monies and return them to the rightful sender and, if not, why.
2) To ask the Minister for Manpower
(a) what is the current percentage of workers in the online food delivery industry who are foreigners;
(b) how do the foreigners qualify to work in this industry; and
(c) whether the Ministry will take steps to ensure that these jobs in the delivery services are restricted to only Singaporeans.
3) To ask the Minister for the Environment and Water Resources
(a) in the past year, how many reports from the public have been received and how many of such reports have resulted in prosecution of the culprit on environmental issues such as littering and dumping;
(b) what is the standard protocol for NEA to handle such reports; and
(c) when the identity of the perpetrator is known, how long will enforcement action take.
4) To ask the Minister for Transport
(a) how will LTA monitor whether shared personal mobility devices (PMDs) that are deployed on private land end up entering public spaces and the effects arising thereof;
(b) how will LTA detect the illegal deployment of shared PMDs for hire at public places and what are the penalties for this offence; and
(c) whether shared-PMD companies are required to submit their plans for deploying their fleet at private premises to LTA.
5) To ask the Minister for the Environment and Water Resources
(a) in the past year, how many complaints regarding pet owners not cleaning up after their pets have been received;
(b) how many pet owners have been identified and penalised; and
(c) whether there are plans to introduce more measures