The Edge Tv


Monday, October 26, 2015 - 6:15pm
Hundreds of millions ringgit have been allocated for development of Orang Asli, but many of them are still forced to drink filthy water from the drain, dirty wells and polluted river. Orang Asli villages network of Peninsular Malaysia (JKOASM) has urged the government to monitor budget allocation to curb abuse of power and corrupt practices by parties implementing Orang Asli-related projects. Its chairperson Tijah Chopil along with 17 representatives from six states met with the MACC Deputy Commission (Prevention) Datuk Mustafa Ali to discuss the setting up of a task force to look into these issues.

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