Stop the logging


Khairuddin with a photograph of the illegal logging activity in Lenggor Forest Reserve in Mersing, which he claims has been going on for a long time. – Bernama

JOHOR BARU: Johor is losing hundreds of million ringgit in revenue from illegal logging activities at a forest reserve in Mersing.

Senggarang assemblyman Khairuddin A. Rahim claimed that the activity has been ongoing at Lenggor Forest Reserve for a very long time.

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