Pahang urged to conduct investigation on illegal logging

An aerial photos shows piles of logs and debris washed up along a riverside on Dec 27, 2021, a week after floods on the outskirts of Karak in Pahang. – AP

KUANTAN: The Pahang government has been urged to conduct an immediate investigation on what was claimed to be illegal and uncontrolled logging in the state.

Pahang PKR communications chief Wan Fauzuldin Wan Samad said the issue of logging, whether it was licensed or not, had often been raised so that it could be controlled and taken seriously by the authorities.

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