RM50mil to fix Mersing water woes

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 01 Sep 2016

Birds freed: Khaled (second from left) releasing birds during the state level National Day celebrations in Tangkak.

TANGKAK: Johor has allocated at least RM50mil for a water transfer project from Sungai Lengor to fix the water problems in Mersing.

Mentri Besar Datuk Mohamed Khaled Nordin said work would be carried out immediately to help rectify the situation that had been affecting more than 11,000 account holders in the district in the past few months.

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Utilities , Johor , water transfer , Mersing


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