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Sunday, June 30, 2013

Kg Baru Corp assures Malay land safe

The Kampong Baru Development Corporation (PKB) has assured Kampung Baru landowners that the government does not intend to acquire their land and ownership will remain in their hands.
NONEDenying that there would be ‘acquisition’ of the land by the government or PKB, the agency stressed that landowners will retain ownership when they work with developers which PKB said it would monitor.
“The body will not help the government linked companies (GLC) further their interests.

“We will instead help you look after yours.

“Whatever we guarantee, it is assured it will be in the interests of the landowners, ” PKB executive chairperson Naharuddin Abdullah told residents.

The government development coordination agency was held its first briefing today with Kampung Periok landowners.

The kampung is one of seven in the prime Malay reserve land of Kampung Baru in Kuala Lumpur.

Speaking to the press later, Naharuddin said the briefings will be held in other kampungs as well all till November.

He said PKR plans to announce its development masterplan for Kampung Baru next April.

NONEThe PKB was formed through the Kampung Baru Development Corporation Act 2011 after the previous act was revoked by then Federal Territories and Urban Wellbeing Minister Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin (right).

Naharuddin added the agency held off its briefings until after the 13th general election, to avoid it being politicised.

Also present at the briefing was former Titiwangsa MP Astaman Abdul Aziz.

Astaman, who is also a landowner there, said the landowners received the briefing positively.

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