Selangor wants to reclaim land given to Putrajaya to build sewage plant

PETALING JAYA (Nov 6): The Selangor government wants reclaim land in Gombak that it had given to the federal government “some years ago” for the construction of a sewage plant, reported the Malay Mail today.

Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Amiruddin Shari (pictured) told the Selangor Legislative Assembly today that approval had been received from the Water, Land and Natural Resources Ministry under the Pakatan Harapan (PH) administration of Putrajaya “but the transfer was halted after Perikatan Nasional (PN) took power in March and made some administrative changes”.

Amiruddin also explained that the proposed Indah Water facility (sewage plant) had also not been developed.

“Our purpose is to hand over the land to the federal government for the rehabilitation area of the Indah Water treatment plant, but due to technological development, the land is not used as intended.

“We, the state government, really want to get the land back,” Amiruddin said during the state Budget 2021 debate for the Gombak Land Office.

Amiruddin was replying Saari Sungib (PH-Hulu Kelang), who asked a question about the status of the Gombak land.

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