Over RM9b allocated for flood mitigation projects - Tuan Ibrahim
Projects are part of the 12th Malaysia Plan.
The government has allocated over RM9 billion for almost 100 flood-mitigation and urban drainage projects in managing the issue of floods in the country, said Environment and Water Minister Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man.He said the allocation was contained in the 12th Malaysia Plan (12MP) and also covered some projects continued from the 11MP.
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Ada yg kaye raye... Mansion Why is this despot wasting Rakyat's money? Aren't floods the work of his God? Dear YB titm_official GOOD portion of the RM9b shld be put aside for forest rehab & rejuve to rebuild water catchment areas. This is as installment package payment for the sins that we have committed destroying natures for the past 60 over years. Greens for the future gen.
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