RM92mil to upgrade KL’s flash flood mitigation system


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  • Wednesday, 25 May 2016

ABOUT RM92mil will be spent to improve the flash flood mitigation system in Kuala Lumpur after thousands were affected by the May 12 incident.

Federal Territories Deputy Min­is­ter Datuk Dr J. Loga Bala Mohan (pic) said the funds would be used to replace old pipes, install water pumps as well as build retention ponds and road div­er­sions.

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