Federal Govt approves allocation to repair Kenyir power station

KUALA TERENGGANU: The Federal Government has approved the state's application for an allocation to repair the Sultan Mahmud Power Station (SJSM) in Kenyir near Hulu Terengganu.

Terengganu infrastructure, utilities and rural development committee chairman Hanafiah Mat said it involved works such as road, slope and bridge repairs which were being completed in stages.

"The major floods in late February and early March caused severe damage to public infrastructure throughout Terengganu, including at at the power station in Kenyir.

"Following that, the Mentri Besar applied for a RM135.642mil allocation on April 16 to repair roads, slopes and bridges throughout Terengganu under the Public Works Department (JKR) while damage under the scope of the Irrigation and Drainage Department amounted to RM62.705mil," he told reporters when met at Wisma Darul Iman here on Tuesday (Oct 3). – Bernama

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