PNSB, Mah Meri Orang Asli to settle land dispute amicably

KLANG: The current land dispute between a Mah Meri Orang Asli community and the Selangor government-linked company Permodalan Negeri Selangor Berhad (PNSB) is expected to be settled amicably between the two parties.

PNSB had issued a 30-day eviction notice to the Orang Asli families residing at the Bagan Lalang Orang Asli village recently as the land is the site for the construction of a holiday resort.

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