KUALA TERENGGANU: Hulu Terengganu MP Rosol Wahid has apologised to flood victims in the area for not being able to meet them as he is undergoing quarantine after testing positive for Covid-19.
Rosol, who is deputy domestic trade and consumer affairs minister, said: “I am sorry that I cannot go to the area to check on those affected by the flood for now because I am undergoing quarantine. I am so sorry that I cannot be with all of you in this difficult time.”
However, he said he has instructed officers and personnel from the constituency service centre to mobilise relief missions to the flood victims as soon as possible.
Since yesterday, all personnel, with the help of the Hulu Terengganu district youth council, had begun distributing various aid in the form of food items such as rice, instant noodles, bread, biscuits, drinks as well as blankets, mattresses, clothes and personal equipment to flood victims.
Rosol said that food supplies and necessities were reported to be sufficient so far. If there were any problems, the public could contact the helpline of the domestic trade and consumer affairs ministry.
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