NGO: Harm to environs caused recent floods

Committed to help: Dr Noordin (fourth from left) with Kelantan Al-Muhammadi Royalty Association representative Tengku Abd Halim Ibni Sultan Ibrahim (fourth from right) and members of the Persatuan Anak-Anak Kelantan Darul Naim Malaysia after the launch of the fund.

KUALA LUMPUR: Widespread environmental pollution has again been blamed for the murky waters during the recent east coast floods.

Kelantan Children’s Organ-isation president Datuk Noordin Abdul Razak, who lived through “equally bad” floods in 1967, claimed the recent flood waters were murkier.

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