The economic affairs minister says the PH government is committed to bringing back the glory of the agency through the Settlers Development Programme launched today.
Felda director-general Othman Omar says settlers cannot continue to expect handouts from the government.
Felda director-general Othman Omar hopes more settlers get involved in cash crop cultivation.
The prime minister says settlers should look into joining forces to earn better revenue.
He says this will cost RM34 million but the government realises the difficulties they were undergoing.
The law does not allow the land to be broken down, leased or sub-leased, says land management official.
He says settlers were misled by Pakatan's promises and avoided repaying, causing Felda's cash flow problem.
Mazlan Aliman says Pakatan Harapan must learn from past mistakes.
Pertubuhan Generasi Felcra Nasional (GESA) wants the government to review the hefty price tags on the houses built on land given to them.
Activist Mazlan Aliman says someone who directly knows the issues of Felda settlers should head the agency so that problems will be resolved quickly.
BN’s former Johor Bahru MP says he introduced improvements in the Felda administration and management system, and regained confidence of settlers.
Mazlan Aliman says PH victories in 19 of 54 seats in Felda settlement areas proves that voters there dare to make changes.
The lawyer and two others are seeking damages from Umno Supreme Council member Irmohizam Ibrahim.
Pakatan Harapan’s Labis candidate says, however, that compared with previous elections, the opposition is now able to enter Felda settlements and talk to voters there.
The party president says he is confident PPBM will be able to win the 20 parliamentary seats in Felda areas it is contesting.
The EU's proposed ban on the import of palm oil from Malaysia is playing out in rural areas, with BN championing the livelihoods of smallholders and Felda settlers, says report.
Federal Court refuses them leave to apply for hearing of their complaint.
Khalid Samad says BN is trying to create the perception that there is a scandal, resulting in MACC detaining two elderly settlers.
Settlers allege that several individuals who signed agreement on sale of land to a developer may have been bribed.
We must continue his struggles, but with additional programmes as the world has changed, Prime Minister Najib Razak says of his late father Tun Abdul Razak.
MACC investigations into sale of land in Ijok sees 21 settlers giving statements today, with another 20 doing so tomorrow.
BNSC deputy director says claims that transaction was a private sale between willing buyer and willing seller and that state had no say over price do not hold water.
The 880ha of land in Selangor, valued at RM1.18 billion, was sold to several private developing companies in 2016.
BN's Eric See-To says even in a worst case scenario, selling the land via open tender would have reaped greater profits for the state while giving settlers more.
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