Rural S’wak in ‘awful’ shape despite record state revenue: PKR man
2 months ago
MIRI – Rural Sarawak remains in a terrible state, with broken bridges, horrendous roads, and lack of electricity supply and treated water, even though the state government has declared a record-high revenue, said state Pakatan Harapan information chief Abun Sui Anyit.
He questioned why this was so, in reaction to Premier Tan Sri Abang Johari Openg’s announcement yesterday that state revenue for 2022 was a record RM11.9 billion.
Abun, who is also Sarawak PKR deputy chairman and a native rights lawyer, said state leaders need to go into rural Sarawak and see the condition of roads and broken bridges, as well as the longhouses without water and electricity supply.
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