End to logging in Melaka


Adly (left) congratulating Azmi who took his oath of office during the state’s civil servants monthly assembly at Seri Negeri, Ayer Keroh.

MELAKA: Logging and sand mining activities in the state will cease July 1 when permits issued for the activities expire at the end of this month, said Chief Minister Adly Zahari.

He said the decision was made during a state exco meeting after comparing the benefits and disadvantages of such activities to the state and its people.

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