Bukit Malut residents to be resettled in five years

Set for change: A view of the Bukit Malut settlement in Langkawi, which is earmarked for development.

LANGKAWI: Residents of Bukit Malut, believed to be Myanmar-Malays who settled there generations ago, will be relocated within the next five years by the Kedah government.

Kuah assemblyman Mohd Firdaus Ahmad said discussions were ongoing with various agencies to work out a plan as it involved a large group.

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