State govt starts major mitigation projects after losing RM300mil last year

Work in progress: Work on Phase One of the Baroh Tok Jiring flood mitigation project going in Kuala Nerus.

KUALA TERENGGANU: The state government has embarked on nine major flood mitigation projects worth RM154mil after experiencing one of the worst floods last year, said Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Razif Abdul Rahman.

Apart from the nine, two other such projects – the building of water passages from Kampung Padang Bual mosque to Sungai Angga bridge in Besut and flood mitigation work in Taman Rakyat in Hulu Terengganu district – have been completed.

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