The crooked bridge was among the mega projects scrapped during the Abdullah administration.
The decision to do away with the project further strained relations between the (then) PM and his predecessor Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
Abdullah attributed the decision to scrap the project in 2006 to "the people's wishes". Later, some files were declassified to show there were legal implications and ramifications with regards to some historical agreeements with Singapore.
On April 1, in a meeting with editors, (outgoing PM) Abdullah was asked why the project was scrapped.
He explained that it was due to federal budget deficit.
In December last year and early this year, there was talk that the project might be revived.
Today, Bernama quoted Johor Umno Youth who expressed hope that Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak will review the decision on the project.
Johor Umno Youth information chief Khalid Mohamad said today all the people of Johor, regardless of religious belief and race, wanted the government to review the decision.
"The people of Johor are placing high hopes on the Prime Minister to review the decision to cancel the crooked bridge project across the Johor Straits.
"The effects from the construction of the crooked bridge will be most positive to the Johor economy. We urge the government to reconsider (the cancellation) as soon as possible."
Khalid is also the Johor Baru Umno Youth chief.
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