Long journey to land recognition


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  • Sunday, 07 Jun 2015

Basic comforts: Kuala Koh village head Hamdan (right) in a makeshift shelter in the village with his son Ramli (left).

Communal forest land has been a bone of contention between indigenous people and the state for the longest time with the Government expected to decide on the issues soon.

IF there is one thing that the indigenous people or orang asal want to know, it is whether their communal forest land would be recognised by the Government.

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