Johor Ruler Sultan Ibrahim advises people in the state to be vigilant in current flood situation

JOHOR BARU: Johor Ruler Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar has advised the people in the state to be vigilant in light of the flood situation.

His Majesty decreed the state government together with relevant departments and agencies channel adequate aid to victims currently seeking shelter at relief centres.

“There has been an increase in flood victims due to heavy rainfalls with many temporary relief centres opened up in many districts.

“Everyone must be reminded to take care of their safety and health to avoid the spread of diseases,” His Majesty said in a statement posted on Sultan Ibrahim’s official Facebook page here Sunday (Jan 3).

Sultan Ibrahim also reminded residents, in particular those staying in risk areas, to be careful and always follow directives to move out of their houses if flooded.

His Majesty decreed that those who want to travel should plan their trips well to avoid roads that have been closed after being inundated.

“Due to the present weather condition, the rakyat must be careful and make the necessary plans. Let us pray together so that everything will improve soon,” said Sultan Ibrahim.

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