Terengganu government will reveal report on stadium roof collapse

KUALA TERNGGANU: The Terengganu government has yet to receive a report on the investigation pertaining to the roof collapse of the Sultan Mirzan Zainal Abidin Stadium last June.

Menteri Besar Datuk Ahmad Said said the state government would disclose the cause of the collapse when it received the investigation papers.

"We don't want to sweep this under the carpet. The weaknesses need to be revealed so that all parties take it as a lesson," he told reporters after a briefing at the Land and Mineral Office, in conjunction with a programme launch here on Jan 13.

Ahmad was commenting on reports that the stadium's principal architect from Seni Bahri Architect, Raja Datuk Kamrul Bahrin Shah Raja Ahmad Shah, wanted the state government to publish a full report on the stadium roof collapse.

The roof of the RM280 million stadium in Gong Badak collapsed on June 2, a year after it was completed for the Sukma Games on May 31, last year. -- Bernama
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