New president to steer Hulu Selangor through upgrade

Mohd Hasry reporting for work as the ninth MDHS president.

HULU Selangor District Council (MDHS) has welcomed its ninth president Mohd Hasry Nor Mohd.His arrival at the council’s headquarters in Kuala Kubu Baru was greeted by members of MDHS enforcement team followed by the swearing-in ceremony.

It was witnessed by Orang Besar Daerah Hulu Selangor Raja Datuk Muzaffar Raja Redzwa, MDHS deputy president Awaluddin Zakaria, council members, directors and department heads.

Mohd Hasry congratulated MDHS for being upgraded to a municipality.

The new status is slated to take effect on Oct 21.

“I will see that the efforts of the former president will continue in ensuring the recognition as a municipality is a success.

“This recognition will indirectly have a positive impact on the people of Hulu Selangor with the entry of foreign investors to boost tourism and manufacturing sectors.

“With good municipal facilities, we hope to improve the well-being and living standards of the people,” he said.

Mohd Hasry added that local authorities moving up to become municipalities must have an efficient service delivery system.

“All the challenges need to be addressed properly by increasing efficiency of human capital through transformation of work culture,” he said.

The new president was also briefed on MDHS’ operations in a session with council management.

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