Baram native villagers cry foul over illegal logging


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  • Friday, 08 May 2015

Villagers of Long Pilah settlement in interior northern Sarawak seized huge felled trees that they claimed were illegally harvested timber.

MIRI: Native villagers of Long Pilah settlement in the middle Baram region of interior northern Sarawak have uncovered a huge amount of massive logs harvested from forests over which they have Native Customary Land Rights. 

The villagers claimed that they uncovered hundreds of these felled trees from illegal logging at a log pond near their settlement on Sunday.

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