Logging near Gerik, Perak, has harmed the livelihoods of the orang asli


Several number of logs were stacked near a logging site near the Pos Kemar indigenous settlement in Gerik, Perak.

IPOH: A temporary stop-work order has been issued on logging near the Pos Kemar orang asli (indigenous) settlement at Gerik, northern Perak, pending a report on the pollution of a river there.

It was reported Tuesday (July 24) that a group of orang asli from the Pos Kemar orang asli settlement in Perak wants the state government to stop logging in their jungle area.

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