CM: State welcomes open discourse but misinformation not encouraged


GEORGE TOWN: Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) critical of the proposed 19.5km Pan-Island Link (PIL) I that links Gurney Drive to the Penang International Airport have been told to get their facts right before commenting.

Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow said the use of inaccurate visuals and description by the NGOs had provoked unnecessary negative sentiments among the public.

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