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PM Anwar Advocates Strong Federal-State Alliance to Tackle Kelantan Flood Crisis

Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim has emphasized the indispensable necessity of cooperation between federal and state governments in effectively managing Kelantan flood crises. In a recent Facebook post, Anwar expressed gratitude for the collaborative efforts, highlighting their crucial role in ensuring a smooth process in assisting flood victims and prioritizing the well-being of the affected population.

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Initiatives Unveiled in Pasir Mas Visit:

During his visit to Pasir Mas, Prime Minister Anwar unveiled a series of strategic initiatives aimed at addressing the persistent flood challenges in the region.

Temporary Embankment for Sungai Golok PLSB (RM6 Million Investment):

Anwar announced the construction of a temporary embankment for the Sungai Golok Integrated River Basin Development Project (PLSB) in Rantau Panjang. This project, valued at RM6 million, signifies a proactive step towards bolstering flood resilience in the area.

Accelerating Land Acquisition for Sungai Golok PLSB Phase 2:

Recognizing the urgency of the situation, the Kelantan government has committed to expediting the land acquisition process for Phase 2 of the Sungai Golok PLSB project. This move reflects a concerted effort to streamline project timelines and enhance flood management capabilities.

Upcoming Flood Mitigation Projects (RM910.52 Million Allocated):

Looking forward, Prime Minister Anwar announced the commencement of the procurement process for five new flood mitigation projects in Kelantan, with a substantial investment of RM910.52 million. These projects aim to address and alleviate flood-related challenges, showcasing the government’s commitment to proactively mitigating the impact of natural disasters.

Optimistic Outlook:

Expressing optimism, Anwar concluded his statement by expressing hope that these planned initiatives would prove beneficial in resolving the persistent flood problems in Kelantan. His proactive approach underscores the government’s dedication to collaborative and effective solutions in managing and mitigating the impact of natural disasters on its citizens.