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The issues raised were the result of the feedback obtained from residents at the 1st Meeting of the Committee held on 10th December, Since the occurrence of the Landslide on the 6th Decemberhave there been any steps taken to ascertain the cause or causes of the Landslides i.
Response from MPAJ The Authorities require 10 days for the geotechnical studies to be completed before any announcement or proposed action could be taken to address the condition of the various locations affected by the landslide.
However, MPAJ will bring up the matter with the relevant authority. The residents are now getting information from the printed media, TV or radio and some of the information seem to be conflicting or inaccurate.
The concern of the residents is that, no information has been disseminated and this causes a lot of anxiety and uncertainty.
The residents requested that they be privy to the progress of the geotechnical studies. Residents realise that 10 days is far too long.
Immediate measure should be looked into. What measures have the Authorities taken to safeguard the Area and the Safety of the occupants? Response of MPAJ The Police has given the assurance that the properties and belongings of the affected residents would be protected.
Constant checks show that certain times there was no police at all. As a result, our properties are exposed to strangers which will also lead to looting and vandalising. Even with the presence of the police, strangers are allowed to sight-seeing the place. This has caused tremendous traffic jam, unnecessary chaos and worst of all, the weight of unnecessary vehicles moving in and out can further jeopardise the situation.
Response of MPAJ The affected residents have to wait for the geotechnical studies to be completed before the Authorities can make any announcement or decision on the matter.
The Police would be notified. It was reported in the newspapers that the Prime Minister had said that the Government is considering compensation for the victims of the landslide The residents also raised the matter that compensation should be considered before residents are directed to evacuate.
As on 9th Decemberit was announced in TV3 only 8pm news that the government is not paying compensation to victims of landslide. What steps have been taken to address the drainage situation at Wangsa 9, which has been neglected for years?
Response of MPAJ The concerns and request of the residents would be addressed following the geotechnical studies. In the event of any losses, will the relevant authorities be responsible for them?
What steps have been taken to render the trees is safe to the residents of Wangsa 9 and Bukit Antarabangsa?
What are the immediate shot term and long term plans? This should not be restricted to Wangsa9 but the entire Bukit Antarabangsa Area?
Response of MPAJ These issues can only be addressed after the geotechnical studies are completed and deliberated by the Authorities.
The Committee requested that MPAJ designate one of its personnel to be the liaison officer for the Committee to liaise and communicate with.
The Committee has nominated Mdm. The Committee also requested that MPAJ organise a meeting for the Committee to meet with the Heads of the various government agencies and departments involved with the Bukit Antarabangsa landslide.
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