SPN seeks to resolve woes of rail squatters


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  • Monday, 30 Jun 2003

IPOH: Syarikat Perumahan Negara (SPN) plans to discuss with the Transport Ministry and the Perak government about housing woes of squatters affected by the double tracking railway project from Rawang to Ipoh. 

The squatters had requested to buy housing lots which were presently only offered for rent, said its chairman Datuk Ahmad Zahid Hamidi. 

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