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Melaka CM advises Guan Eng to ‘drop the arrogance’ after Penang floods

MELAKA: Melaka Chief Minister Datuk Seri Idris Haron today urged Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng to set aside his “arrogance” amid the devastating flash flood which struck the northern state.

Idris said there should be some form of cooperation and understanding between the Federal government and the state governments as they are dependent on each other in order to ensure smooth governance of the country.

“My advice to the Penang Chief Minister is to be patient and to not be arrogant after this because it is a test by God. Melaka has yet to be tested this badly and I do not wish to see this happening.

“When Guan Eng’s video appealing for assistance from the Federal government went viral, it also marked an admission that the Penang government is dependent on the Federal government although he has been arrogant and aloof all this while.

“In my case, I have never mentioned that Melaka is self-reliant (especially when it comes to flooding woes) and I believe that this is the right approach because we can open ourselves up to receiving assistance,” he told reporters at an investiture ceremony in conjunction with the 79th birthday of Tun Mohd Khalil Yaakob at Dewan Seri Negeri, here today.
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https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2017/11/299588/melaka-cm-advises-guan-eng-drop-arrogance-after-penang-floods

12 August 2017

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512 evacuees remain at flood relief centres in Malacca

 

 

 

he number of flood victims in Malacca has declined to 512 people as of this morning from 534 people last night after 22 evacuees returned to their homes this morning.

Malacca civil defence fForce director Lt Col (PA) Effendy Ali said a total of 512 evacuees from 129 families were still being placed at nine relief centres, with seven in Melaka Tengah district and the rest in Jasin and Alor Gajah districts.

He said the number of evacuees at four relief centres with declining numbers are at SMK Munsyi Abdullah, which has 246 people from 58 families, Krubong People’s Housing Project (71 people from 18 families), Sekolah Agama JAIM Tanjung Minyak (20 people from seven families) and Balai Raya Pengkalan Batu (27 people from six families).

“Two other relief centres with an increased number of evacuees are at Sekolah Kebangsaan Tehel in Jasin involving 71 people from 19 families and Balai Raya Kampung Seri Jeram, Alor Gajah (17 people from four families),” he said in a statement here today.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/391686

11 August 2017

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Bandar Melaka dah jadi Pulau Melaka

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7-hour downpour triggers flash floods across Melaka

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26 June 2017

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Jun 26

Melaka floods recede; evacuees to return home today

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MELAKA: The flood situation in the state on the third day of Hari Raya has improved, with water levels beginning to recede in affected villages in Jasin and Alor Gajah.

Melaka Flood Disaster Management chief secretariat Lieutenant Colonel Effendy Ali however, said that displaced flood victims are still being sheltered at four relief centres.

“In Alor Gajah, 18 victims (from three families) are being accommodated at Balairaya Bukit Tambun; 40 victims (from six families) at Balairaya Bukit Balai; and 15 victims (from five families) at Balairaya Kampung Pulau.

“In Jasin, 63 victims from 14 families are taking shelter at Sekolah Kebangsaan Tehel here,” he added.

https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2017/06/252342/melaka-floods-recede-evacuees-return-home-today

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