SHAH ALAM, Jan. 4: There is no other building approval, except for the construction of a military camp as specified before.
This means that the State Government will not approve any development applications for the land at the Bukit Raja Industrial Park, Klang, which has been ceded to the Federal Lands Commissioner.
According to a press statement issued by the Press Secretary of the Chief Minister’s Office, if there are any development and transactions conducted on those lands, then they are done without the knowledge of the State Government, which does not recognise them.
The decision was made yesterday at a meeting of the Selangor Economic Action Council (MTES) chaired by Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim, after a briefing given by the Director of Lands and Mines and three district officers.
“We will not allow any development on the land except for the construction of a military training camp as specified, and that is after obtaining the consent of the Selangor State Executive Council (MMKN) and the Selangor Economic Action Council (MTES),” the statement quoted.
At the MTES meeting, the Chief Minister was informed that the land ceded to the Federal Lands Commissioner is designated for the construction of a military training camp and is still under the name of the Federal Lands Commissioner and not transferable to any other company or individual.
The Chief Minister said that the decision is in line with the State Government’s principles of being transparent, accountable and completely rejecting corruption and abuse of power for personal and political interests of which ultimately burdens the people.