In need of clean water


THE decades-long water supply problem in my home state of Kelantan must be resolved.

As a start, it is indeed heart-warming and a relief to note that the state government has announced that approximately RM140mil has been allocated to replace pipes in four districts in the state. In all sincerity, I earnestly hope that work on the pipe replacement can start soonest. This is a good start for Kelantanese folk who have been suffering from disruptions to their water supply and dirty water for far too long.

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