Orang Asli fishermen complain of lingering stench in the air


Mohun said the once clear water near the estuary of Sungai Kim Kim had turned grey, with an oily surface.

PASIR GUDANG: Orang Asli fishermen living near the estuary of Sungai Kim Kim are worried about lingering traces of chemicals in the air here following the chemical pollution incident in March.

Kampung Orang Asli Teluk Kabong head Muhum Moen, 32, said the stench from the first pollution incident had not cleared completely in the area.

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