Forest reserve encroached upon

Part of the government forest reserves in Bukit Senggeh in Selandar, Malacca have been illegally encroached upon with organised rubber tree planting that has been ongoing for years.

MALACCA: A state forest reserve in Bukit Senggeh, Selandar near here, has been encroached upon for organised rubber cultivation.

The 10ha forest reserve, about 30km from the city centre, has been planted with rows of rubber trees, believed to be aged between four and six years old.

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