Bkt Malut Dam will be critical if heatwave lasts till June


Having a look: Badrol (pointing), accompanied by officers from Sada, visiting the water storage centre of the Padang Saga treatment plant in Langkawi.

LANGKAWI: The water level at Bukit Malut Dam here will be critical if the heatwave goes on for another two months.

Kedah Local Govern­ment, Housing, Water Supply, Water Resources and Energy Committee chairman Datuk Badrol Hisham Hashim said the level was now 70.9m, adding that critical was 50.5m.

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