Empower Act 655 to stem water pollution

The news of Sungai Chandong turning pink due to water pollution were reported by multiple media outlets recently, as investigation points to red effluents discharged from a drain from the industrial area.

Rivers being polluted are not uncommon in Selangor, as past records have shown pollution to be a perpetual issue in the state since the days of Pakatan Rakyat. This issue continues now under the Pakatan Harapan administration.

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