Penang fears ‘super drought’, calls for drastic actions


GEORGE TOWN: The nation should temporarily stop irrigating padi fields because the “super drought” is here.

This is one of the four measures that Penang’s state-owned water corporation, PBA Holdings Bhd, is calling for.

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Utilities , Northern Region , drought , penang , kedah

   

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