Govt looking to upgrade Instun facilities, says Mah


  • Nation
  • Friday, 04 May 2018

TANJUNG MALIM: The Government is looking at upgrading infrastructure at the National Land and Survey Institute (Instun) to meet the needs of its staff members, says Barisan Nasional’s Tanjung Malim candidate Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon.

This includes building a new road connecting the institute in Behrang directly to Proton City.

Instun has about 145 staff members who live in Behrang and Proton City.

“We are looking at the development of this area, along with ways to upgrade the infrastructure and meet the needs (of the staff),” Dr Mah said after meeting with Instun staff.

During the dialogue, they also discussed the possibility of bringing in projects that could improve health services in the area such as providing clinics, welfare aid and counselling, he added.

Dr Mah said funding for these projects would be looked into after GE14.

Also present at the dialogue session was Barisan’s candidate for the Behrang state seat Datuk Rusnah Kassim and Instun director Norehan Omar.

Dr Mah, who is Perak MCA chairman, is contesting against PKR’s Chang Lih Kang and PAS’ Mohd Tarmizi Ab Rahman.

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