Selangor Journal

Serendah landslide repairs completed in four days

SHAH ALAM, DEC 4: The repair work for the landslide in Taman Idaman, Serendah has been completed in four days, ahead of the scheduled seven days.
Infrastructure, Public Amenities, Agricultural Modernisation and Agro-Based Industries Exco Zaidy Abdul Talib said that the Public Works Department (JKR) began work on November 26 and completed it on November 30.
He said the road was reopened to light vehicles since then.
“This is the result of the drastic moves taken by the State Government for the state JKR to begin repair work.
“Although the Menteri Besar was in Japan when the incident happened, allocation was immediately approved for the JKR to begin work.
“Congratulations to Selangor JKR,” he said when contacted by SelangorKini.
On November 26, at least six cars, two motorcycles and a van belonging to residents were buried by the landslide at Taman Idaman.
The 100 metre landslide from the terrace houses to the former mine also destroyed seven shoplots.
The State Government agreed to bear the cost of rebuilding the main road at an estimated cost of RM5 million.

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