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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

MB: We will start affordable home project soon

Deplorable: The dilapidated longhouses in PJS1 near Old Klang Road is located on a rubbish-dumping ground. There is also a drain which has been clogged and now a mosquito-breeding ground.

SELANGOR Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim said the woes of the 276 longhouse residents in PJS1 near Old Klang Road will be resolved soon.

He said a meeting with the residents would be held in a week to explain the state’s plan.

Khalid said he was confident that the matter would be resolved at that meeting.

“We have already acquired the property and I think the matter is solved,’’ he said yesterday after attending a green development programme in Shah Alam.

Khalid said the matter took a long time to solve because of disputes involving a school and temple.

“I am sure we can start the affordable home project for the longhouse residents soon,’’ he said.

StarMetro reported yesterday that 276 longhouse residents in PJS1 plan to protest at the office of Khalid if affordable homes are not built in the area.

Block E Buyers action committee chairman M. Sugumaran had said they were unhappy with Khalid for not keeping his word to build the homes.

Khalid had promised to build affordable homes four months ago after the Selangor State Economic Action Council meeting on June 16.

The residents are part of a group of squatters who were moved to PPR Lembah Subang and PJS1 longhouses eight years ago with the offer of low-cost flats. The flats have not been built.

By The Star

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