Kedah dams worryingly low


Drying up: The water level of Pedu lake has dropped dramatically. The lake is part of the Pedu dam in Kedah. — ZHAFARAN NASIB/The Star

ALOR SETAR: The water crisis in northern states is unlikely to get better with two dams in Kedah already hovering at the danger level.

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