Selangor MB: State resources remain on standby for floods, emergencies until January 2023

1/12/2022 6:49:00 PM

Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari said #batik clothing will be presented to assemblymen starting Thursday (Dec 1) and civil servants starting Friday (Dec 2). Read more at

Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari said batik clothing will be presented to assemblymen starting Thursday (Dec 1) and civil servants starting Friday (Dec 2). Read more at

EMERGENCY response personnel and relief centres will remain on standby for possible floods or any other emergency until January 2023, says Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari.

"We were better prepared for floods that happened last month (November), although those floods were not as severe as last year's."We were better prepared for floods that happened last month (November), although those floods were not as severe as last year's.Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest stories and updates.A KOTA KINABALU (Dec 1): The Sabah State Legislative Assembly on Thursday (Dec 1) approved the budget for 2023 amounting to RM5.

"Our preparations in anticipation of the year-end floods were also done much earlier this time," he said in reference to the flood preparations, simulation and training carried out by various related agencies since September.ALSO READ: No proof highway caused floods Amirudin added that the relevant resources would remain on standby (to ensure relief works could be carried out quickly) and to avoid a repeat of last year's incident (when relief aid was distributed late).ALSO READ: No proof highway caused floods Amirudin added that the relevant resources would remain on standby (to ensure relief works could be carried out quickly) and to avoid a repeat of last year's incident (when relief aid was distributed late).On compensation for flood victims, Amirudin said applications submitted by those affected by the recent floods would be processed soon based on existing guidelines.“The addition of the SplashMania Waterpark will not only benefit residents from Gamuda Cove, but its surrounding communities and Malaysia at large with a projected annual visitorship of 800,000."While floods were recorded in hotspots in Meru, Klang, Dengkil and Banting, the level of devastation was not as bad and the duration not as long this time around," he said."While floods were recorded in hotspots in Meru, Klang, Dengkil and Banting, the level of devastation was not as bad and the duration not as long this time around," he said.ALSO READ: Selangor readies climate action plan Amirudin was speaking after the launch of"Batik Selangor" at the Selangor legislative assembly building annexe in Section 5, Shah Alam.47 million.

The designs and motifs for"Batik Selangor" were done as a collaboration between Selangor Malay Customs and Heritage Corporation (Perbadanan Adat Melayu dan Warisan Negeri Selangor or Padat) and Kraftangan Malaysia's Selangor and Federal Territories branch.The designs and motifs for"Batik Selangor" were done as a collaboration between Selangor Malay Customs and Heritage Corporation (Perbadanan Adat Melayu dan Warisan Negeri Selangor or Padat) and Kraftangan Malaysia's Selangor and Federal Territories branch.It is close to both international airports; the KLIA and KLIA2."Batik Selangor" features bunga tanjung, known as Spanish cherry, but with nine petals to symbolise the nine districts in Selangor.It was previously reported that the bunga tanjung motif can be seen in Selangor's official emblems, decor and logos.It was previously reported that the bunga tanjung motif can be seen in Selangor's official emblems, decor and logos."The idea for this is to popularise the use of batik, but with a design that is unique to Selangor," said Amirudin.Taking into consideration the natural setting of the waterpark and the surrounding wetlands, we ensured that we dedicate 70% of the waterpark to green spaces."They can be worn at state executive council meetings and formal functions in Selangor to create a sense of uniformity."They can be worn at state executive council meetings and formal functions in Selangor to create a sense of uniformity.I hope this matter will not be misrepresented, because it can cause public confusion," he said.

"The state legislative assembly has yet to change its dress code guidelines (which presently does not allow batik).When the dress code is amended, attendees can then wear batik to assembly sittings, similar to how it is done at the Parliament (on Thursdays).When the dress code is amended, attendees can then wear batik to assembly sittings, similar to how it is done at the Parliament (on Thursdays).The Wild Rush waterslide is a mix of back-to-back curves, drops, and vortex loops, quickly accelerating vertical and compound curves throughout the ride from start to finish, which is a 3." Amirudin, who presented clothing with"Batik Selangor" designs to all state executive councillors and senior state leaders, said the clothing would also be presented to assemblymen starting Thursday (Dec 1) and civil servants starting Friday (Dec 2).He added that there are plans for"Batik Selangor" to be introduced to grassroots leaders such as village heads.He added that there are plans for"Batik Selangor" to be introduced to grassroots leaders such as village heads.Article type: free.Guests will be presented with a Virtual Reality headgear and imagine being in a completely different world as they begin their 250-meter virtual journey through the Lost City of Atlantis."I had stressed that the increase in payment is accepted without prejudice on the basis that it is an interim arrangement," he said.

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