Settlers suing Felcra over sale of rubber wood


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  • Saturday, 24 Nov 2018

SEREMBAN: Seventy-two Felcra settlers in Kampung Esok in Jelebu have filed a suit against the agency for allegedly shortchanging them in the sale of rubber wood from their smallholdings.

A spokesman for the group, Aziz Said, said the agency had only agreed to pay each settler RM5,000 per hectare when the average market price for such wood was about RM12,000.

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