Sungkai school has a roof again


AFTER nearly eight months the damaged roof at SJK (T) Sungkai was finally repaired last week, reported Malaysia Nanban.

The roof was damaged during a rainstorm in February, affecting the school’s 200 pupils.

School headmaster T. Selvaraju said former state exco member and Sungkai assemblyman A. Sivanesan allocated RM18,000 for repairs.However, the work was delayed due to the change in the Perak government.

The school management and the parent-teacher association are grateful to the state government and Sivanesan for their help, Selvaraju said.

> A group of Indian youths in Rawang, Selangor, took the initiative to repair a damaged drain cover which had caused a few accidents in Rawang Mutiara, Malaysia Nanban reported.

A number of motorcyclists have had their bike tyres caught in the damaged metal grating, causing the riders to crash.

Pusat Bandar Rawang MIC branch youth chief G. Kesavan, committee member Ratnam and two others helped repair and weld the grating back into place.

Branch chairman Mahendran said the community and residents were thankful to the youth members for solving the problem.

The above article is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with this ' >'sign, it denotes a separate news item.

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