Taking steps to protect Mulu


Penan natives from Mulu National Park arriving for the closed-door meeting with politicians and state authorities to discuss grouses over forest-clearing adjacent to the park.

MIRI: The Sarawak state enforcement agencies in charge of environment, land claims and natives affairs have been directed to go to Mulu and its vicinity to probe claims by the natives of deforestation and destruction of graves and water sources by plantation workers.

State assemblyman for Mulu, Datuk Gerawat Gala, said he has directed the relevant enforcement agencies to start investigations without delay.

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