Number of flood evacuees in Johor unchanged this morning | Malay Mail

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Number of flood evacuees in Johor unchanged this morning

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Number of flood evacuees in Johor unchanged this morning

JOHOR BARU, Jan 16 — The number of flood evacuees taking shelter three relief centres (PPS) in Segamat remains at 77 people from 24 families as at 8am today. Johor Health and Environment Committee chairman R.Vidyananthan, in a statement said 74 victims were housed at the PPS...

channel for the latest updates.JOHOR BARU, Jan 16 — The number of flood evacuees taking shelter three relief centres (PPS) in Segamat remains at 77 people from 24 families as at 8am today.Johor Health and Environment Committee chairman R.Vidyananthan, in a statement said 74 victims were housed at the PPS at Sekolah Agama Gemereh while the rest were placed at Balairaya Gemereh, Batu Badak.

He said Dewan Serbaguna Jalan Genuang would be used if flood victims were placed under a Home Surveillance Order.Vidyananthan advised residents living near Sungai Bekok, Bekok Dam in Batu Pahat, to remain vigilant as the water level in the river is still at the alert level.

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JOHOR BARU, Jan 16 — The number of flood evacuees taking shelter three relief centres (PPS) in Segamat remains at 77 people from 24 families as at 8am today. Johor Health and Environment Committee chairman R. "There are 83 flood victims in the four PPS in Segamat and 12 people at one PPS in Tangkak.Vidyananthan, in a statement said 74 victims were housed at the PPS at Sekolah Agama Gemereh while the rest were placed at Balairaya Gemereh, Batu Badak. Vidyananthan said eight relief centres were still operating in three flood-hit districts in the state, with Segamat recording the highest number of evacuees with 161 people, followed by Muar (98) and Tangkak (12). He said Dewan Serbaguna Jalan Genuang would be used if flood victims were placed under a Home Surveillance Order. He added that only one road, Jalan Felda Bukit Aping (Jalan Kemuning 1) in Kota Tinggi is still closed due to a landslide. Vidyananthan advised residents living near Sungai Bekok, Bekok Dam in Batu Pahat, to remain vigilant as the water level in the river is still at the alert level. He added that the priority should be on solving flood problems than holding fresh elections, noting that Johor is still in the grips of the disaster due to heavy rains across the state.

He added that the weather in the state is reported to be sunny including in the flood-hit districts.43m while other rivers have been reported safe water level figures," he said. — Bernama You May Also Like. — Bernama You May Also Like .