Tag: estate workers
They have camped out in front of the menteri besar's office in Alor Setar seeking his intervention after authorities cut water supply.
Many describe Mohamad Hasan as down-to-earth, while others remember his assistance to residents.
State exco V Ganabatirau says he'll meet the human resources minister to propose a bill for Parliament.
The families, who were helped by PSM in their battle with the developer, will move into their two-room apartment units next month.
There's an undue emphasis on racial differences in Malaysia, says Jeyaraj Rajarao.
Younger settlers are trying to persuade their elders and the developer to build townhouses so that they can remain on landed properties and not have to move into high-rise apartments.
Taman Tun Dr Ismail longhouse residents hope new government will put in more effort into delivering their affordable housing units swiftly.
A leave to appeal application and a stay order on the Court of Appeal ruling will be made soon to preserve the status quo, says lawyer representing the former settlers.
Director-general of Sedic says residents of Taman Permata flats were relocated there after their estates were acquired by the administration of Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
They will get their new apartments in three years and will get a rent allowance of RM620 monthly until their completion.
His colleague complained that the meal was also unhygienic before attacking him with a stick and parang.
P Ramasamy says the century-old temple was part of the labourers' struggle against British policies in the 1940s and 1950s.
Former Kota Damansara assemblyman says more than a decade of effort and estate workers standing their ground pays off with developers offering to build new homes.
While TTDI residents oppose the high-rise apartment project that may affect their recreational park, longhouse dwellers have waited for homes for 34 years.