Logging activities in Kuala Krai is not illegal | New Straits Times

29/12/2021 3:41:00 PM

#Tnation The #logging activities at the Sungai Durian forest reserve in #KualaKrai, which was featured in a viral video recently, is legal.

Tnation The logging activities at the Sungai Durian forest reserve in KualaKrai, which was featured in a viral video recently, is legal.

PASIR MAS: The logging activities at the Sungai Durian forest reserve in Kuala Krai, which was featured in a viral video recently, is legal.

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It might be 'legal' but is it good or appropriate for society at large, for the environment? Now that the effects can be felt, isn't it time to change this flawed mindset? We need leadership which protects, not plunder. So kalau legal boleh la tarah hutan tu? 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 Like it or not, logging in Malaysia is never illegal. The elites and cronys will always make it legal

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