Villagers in a little squatter colony just 1km from the city centre eke out an existence with little money and few amenities.
These people (squatters) know that this area is out of bounds but they still occupy it illegally, said the prime minister.
Is it because the Sepanggar MP has promised to make it a 'zero squatter' area, asks Sabah Umno deputy liaison chief Yakub Khan.
Arthur Sen wants the government to give the same treatment it is giving squatters whose houses were burnt down last week to villagers whose homes were demolished by the Forestry Department last year.
Sabah Umno Youth chief Aziz Julkarnain says Welfare Department has confirmed all victims are locals and not illegal immigrants as rumoured.
Sabah police commissioner Ramli Din says the papers have been referred to the Attorney-General’s Chambers.
PSM lawmaker says study on Amanah Saham Bumiputera shares shows 72% of shareholders only have average of RM554 each.
Pakatan Harapan chairman claims that many individuals in power are not affected by criticism or the outcomes of their corrupt actions as long as they are rewarded.
Landowners are going straight to court to avoid paying compensation to residents, says state opposition leader Jahara Hamid.
The undocumented families have been living there for 30 years and scavenge leftovers to feed themselves.