Illegal factories in Selangor given final deadline to legalise

Students of SMK Seksyen 1, Bandar KInrara in Puchong wearing protective due to thick haze.The school receiving almost 1000 masks from State assemblymen Ng Sze Han. AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star (12/9/19)

KLANG: ALL unlicensed factories in Selangor will have one year to legalise operations, starting Oct 1, failing which the land will be seized by the District Land Office.

"The state has decided to give factory operators and landowners in Selangor one last chance to legalise operations by Sept 30 next year.

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