FT ministry blames another ministry for KL public housing woes

FT ministry blames another ministry for KL public housing woes

21/9/2021 9:49:00 AM

FT ministry blames another ministry for KL public housing woes

It cites 'no new projects developed by KPKT' among the reasons.

Sep 21, 2021 6:48 AM⋅:6:48 AMThe Federal Territories Ministry has blamed the Housing and Local Government Ministry (KPKT) over Kuala Lumpur City Hall public housing problems.According to a parliamentary written reply, the FT Ministry cited"no new projects developed by KPKT" as one of three reasons why most of the successful public housing applicants between 2019 and August 2021 have not moved in.

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