Selangor Journal

State Government approves another two mosques

SHAH ALAM, JUNE 16: The State Government has approved for another two mosques to be built this year which are the Taman Putra Height and Seksyen 24, Shah Alam Mosques.
Both mosques will cost RM39.8 million.
Orang Besar Daerah Petaling, Dato’ Emran Kadir said, the tender process for both project will be done in August.
“The Putra Height Mosque will cost RM25.8 million, where the State Government contributes RM14 million and RM6.7 million donated by local residents.
“Meanwhile, Seksyen 24 Mosque is expected to cost RM14 million and will be sponsored by the State Government,” he said.
He said that in his speech in front of His Royal Highness the Selangor Sultan, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah at the Break Fast Ceremony with the People at the Tengku Ampuan Jemaah Mosque, Bukit Jelutong.
At the same time, Emran said, the State Government has approved the project to build an additional building for Al-Ikhlas Mosque in Seksyen 13 with a cost of RM13 million.
“At the moment, there are two mosques being built which are Seksyen U10 Mosque in Taman Puncak Perdana, costing RM14 million and Setia Alam Mosque costing RM17 million,” he said.
So far, Petaling, with 83 mosques is the district with the highest number of mosques, almost 20 percent of the total number of mosques in the state.

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