Floods: Number of evacuees rises in Pahang, Selangor, drops in other states

KUALA LUMPUR: The number of flood victims placed at relief centres (PPS) in Pahang and Selangor increased on Wednesday ( Dec 22) night while that in Kuala Lumpur and four other states dropped.

In PAHANG, the state Disaster Management Committee Secretariat reported that the number of victims rose back to 38,086 people at 270 PPS in nine districts as at 8pm, compared to 36,841 people at 267 PPS on Wednesday afternoon.

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