Sungai Johor’s water level drops


State Public Works, Rural and Reginal Development executive councillor Datuk Hasni Mohammad is giving his speech during the Oil and Gas sector for contractors in Johor seminar in Persada Johor, Johor Baru on Nov 11. Pix by LIM CHENG KIAT / The Star.

JOHOR BARU: The state will keep to its commitment of supplying 250 million gallons of water to Singapore daily despite a drop in the water level in Sungai Johor.

The situation has resulted in a month-long scheduled water distribution exercise in some areas in Johor Baru and Kota Tinggi.

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