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Green Hill Revolution Plan land issue reviewed

SHAH ALAM, 1 Feb: The Selangor government assured to review the memorandum and the problem at the Green Revolution Plan site in Bukit Cherakah next week.

The Chief Minister, Mohamed Azmin Ali, said that settlers who have explored the area for over 10 years are entitled to ownership; however, they have to look into various legal aspects before making a decision.

He said that they will first check the status of the land to see if the status is that of private property rights or if it has a case in court.

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“If it is held up by a case in court, it must be resolved before ownership rights are given to them (settlers).

“If indeed it is confirmed to be government-owned land, we will not hesitate to consider handing it to the original settlers,” he said at the Visit Selangor Year Launching Ceremony at the Shah Alam Convention Centre Mall.

He also assured that he will examine the objections submitted, through his Political Secretary, Shuhaimi Shafiei.

“We will always hear the objections put forward and we will look at the problems at the project site,” he said.

He said this when asked to comment on the settlement issue of the Green Revolution Plan, Bukit Cherakah, stage one, two and three.

Prior to this, over 1,000 settlers under the Bukit Cherakah Green Revolution Plan (RRHBC), Kuala Selangor, demanded for the Chief Minister to solve the dispute over this land which has been on-going for 13 years.

The settlers originally submitted this respective land, estimated to be approximately 1.2 hectares, to two companies through an agreement in 2002 for mixed development.

Under the agreement, he said that the settlers involved will receive benefits amounting to RM360,000, where it will be partially paid in the form of a two-storey terraced house worth RM180,000, while the remainder will be paid in cash.

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Green Hill Revolution Plan land issue reviewed

SHAH ALAM, 1 Feb: The Selangor government assured to review the memorandum and the problem at the Green Revolution Plan site in Bukit Cherakah next week.

The Chief Minister, Mohamed Azmin Ali, said that settlers who have explored the area for over 10 years are entitled to ownership; however, they have to look into various legal aspects before making a decision.

He said that they will first check the status of the land to see if the status is that of private property rights or if it has a case in court.

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“If it is held up by a case in court, it must be resolved before ownership rights are given to them (settlers).

“If indeed it is confirmed to be government-owned land, we will not hesitate to consider handing it to the original settlers,” he said at the Visit Selangor Year Launching Ceremony at the Shah Alam Convention Centre Mall.

He also assured that he will examine the objections submitted, through his Political Secretary, Shuhaimi Shafiei.

“We will always hear the objections put forward and we will look at the problems at the project site,” he said.

He said this when asked to comment on the settlement issue of the Green Revolution Plan, Bukit Cherakah, stage one, two and three.

Prior to this, over 1,000 settlers under the Bukit Cherakah Green Revolution Plan (RRHBC), Kuala Selangor, demanded for the Chief Minister to solve the dispute over this land which has been on-going for 13 years.

The settlers originally submitted this respective land, estimated to be approximately 1.2 hectares, to two companies through an agreement in 2002 for mixed development.

Under the agreement, he said that the settlers involved will receive benefits amounting to RM360,000, where it will be partially paid in the form of a two-storey terraced house worth RM180,000, while the remainder will be paid in cash.

NS

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