Orang Asli still marginalised after six decades of BN rule in Pahang


Gan Pei Ling

Orang Asli representatives Norhadi Nordin (right) and Zainal Kaptar address the audience at the Pakatan Harapan convention in Kuantan. They say the community still lacks access to basic infrastructure including electricity, roads and water. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Hasnoor Hussain, January 27, 2018.

ORANG Asli still lack recognition for their customary land rights and access to basic infrastructure such as electricity, roads and water till today, representatives said at the Pakatan Harapan convention in Pahang today.

“We know the Malaysian government can rob our land in future. We are afraid our children may not have homes to take shelter in and lands to feed themselves,” said Singgol Oleh, 43, from Kampung Tual, Pos Sinderut, Kuala Lipis.


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  • This is what you get when you vote BN.

    Posted 3 years ago by Gerald M