‘Provide more resources to relief centres’

Selangor Volunteer (Serve) members spraying MyBiostar EM during the post-flood bioremediation programme at Kampung Padang Jawa in Shah Alam. — IZZRAFIQ ALIAS/The Star

Selangor government needs to beef up resources at flood relief centres (PPS) to enable faster channelling of aid and shelter for those forced to evacuate their homes.

Selangor housing, urban well-being and entrepreneur development committee chairman Rodziah Ismail said this was one of the areas that should be looked into to improve the state’s response time whenever a flood happens.

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