Miri pastor lodges police report against NGOs in new twist to Mulu saga

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 24 Mar 2019

Malang (right) after lodging a police report against environmentalists in forest-clearing issues adjacent Mulu National Park.

MIRI: The controversy over the massive forest-clearing adjacent to Mulu National Park in northern Sarawak has taken a new twist.

A pastor of a local church in Miri has lodged a police report against non-governmental organisations and environmental activists for allegedly trespassing into Mulu and setting up human-blockades against an oil palm company.

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