Perak MCA to meet officials from Kinta land office over cave temple eviction notices


IPOH: Perak MCA will be meeting officials from the Kinta District and Land Office together with representatives from several cave temples on Monday (Jan 10) over the eviction notices served to the houses of worship.

State party chairman Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon said they hope to reach an amicable solution after several cave temples had received the notice last Friday (Jan 7) to vacate their premises within 30 days.

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