DAP's P Ramasamy says Fuzi Harun should look into the matter as more than 100 police reports had been lodged against Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail.
Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail’s reason for evicting farmers and destroying 60 farms has been shown to be false.
Unless the Pahang government reviews its stand, 61 farmers who have worked on the land for generations will be forced out without any alternative site.
Chow Kon Yeow says Penang has shown it wants to clean up years of abuse by those ineligible for the flats, adding that Taman Manggis residents who were evicted had violated people’s housing project rules.
Tenants at PPR units in Kuala Lumpur say they have to undergo a strict vetting process by DBKL.
Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow says his government is only enforcing the law, and denies claims that the evictions are racially motivated.
All problems can be solved, says the PM’s political secretary Abu Bakar Yahya who is on a fact-finding mission following the eviction of families from a government flat meant for the poor.
The Penang state exco says the waiting list throughout Penang has hit over 1,000, nearly 500 of which are for the Taman Manggis PPR alone.
The woman is among 17 families evicted from government rental flats after being found ineligible.
The expulsion follows years of mounting mistrust of aid groups by Pakistan's intelligence agencies.
The 10 devotees of Sri Maha Mariamman Temple filed the suit earlier this month to set aside a 2014 consent judgement entered by temple administrators and developer, One City.
New regulations have increased government pressure on the churches to "sinicise" - to be culturally Chinese and submit to oversight from the Communist Party.
Suaram executive director Sevan Doraisamy takes the state governments to task over the demolition of an Orang Asli blockade in Gua Musang and a ranch in Bukit Tinggi.
Many of those facing eviction had been living in US motels, but US District Judge Leo Sorokin gave them a reprieve.
Two PSM activists are expected to be charged tomorrow with obstructing a police officer from evicting a family from a low-cost home in early June.
Suaram asks what state government had been doing over the past decade to prevent the housing shortage for the poor from escalating to its current state.
Seven families renting a government low-cost flat in Air Itam claim they have nowhere to go after they were forced to leave.
Families said they are being forced out of their homes for reasons that do not make sense.
Businessman Khor Kian Hown offers Looi Say Chye a job at one of his mini markets, as well as offers to pay half the price for a new motorcycle.
Subang MP R Sivarasa slams task force leaders for allowing others to take over a protest yesterday and make insulting speeches about the state government.
Ehsan Bina Sdn Bhd claims it had bought the Padang Jawa village land in 2012 and the villagers are occupying the land illegally.
PM allocates RM10 million for housing project next to the village while state government to expedite housing plans.
Politicians lobby the landowner of a Malay village comprising 500 residents to spare them from being evicted.
Odd-job worker Jeffry Husin, 41, sets up home on the street after being evicted from his low cost flat for falling behind in the rent.
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