Tiger threat: Kelantan deputy MB says no need for Orang Asli to be relocated | Malay Mail

26/1/2022 11:47:00 AM

Tiger threat: Kelantan deputy MB says no need for Orang Asli to be relocated

Tiger threat: Kelantan deputy MB says no need for Orang Asli to be relocated

KOTA BARU, Jan 26 — There is no need to relocate the Orang Asli in Gua Musang who have been affected by the tiger threat since last December, said Kelantan Deputy Mentri Besar Datuk Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah. He said the state government was confident that the matter could be resolved with the...

channel for the latest updates.KOTA BARU, Jan 26 — There is no need to relocate the Orang Asli in Gua Musang who have been affected by the tiger threat since last December, said Kelantan Deputy Mentri Besar Datuk Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah.He said the state government was confident that the matter could be resolved with the various efforts and initiatives that are being undertaken by the Kelantan Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan).

“These tigers are under Perhilitan, and we are trying to solve this problem. So far, we have not received information of tigers encroaching into Orang Asli villages.“Going by experience, the Orang Asli do not like to move to other places and prefer to remain at their own village. So, we have advised them not to leave their homes unnecessarily,” he told reporters after attending the state executive council meeting at Kompleks Kota Darulnaim, here, today.

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