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The refurbishment works to Dewan Kwang Tung Kwang Sai Association in Kerling, Kuala Kubu Bharu, under Projek Selangor Penyayang, as seen here on June 2023. — Picture by FACEBOOK/PUSAT KHIDMAT ADUN KUALA KUBU BHARU (新古毛区州议员服务中心)

Half mln allocated to repair facilities in KKB

By Fhatihah Zakinan

SHAH ALAM, June 10 — The Kuala Kubu Bharu state constituency has utilised the RM500,000 allocation from Projek Selangor Penyayang (PSP), to carry out 19 infrastructural repair works.

Its state assemblyman Lee Kee Hiong said six projects have been completed as of this month, including the construction of a new waqf hut at Tanah Perkuburan India Kerling, roof replacements, and road resurfacing at the square of Balairaya Kuarters Kakitangan along Jalan Hospital.

Others include the widening of the iron bridge at Kampung Paya Dalam, upgrading the hall and changing rooms of the KKB hot spring, and replacing the roof of Balairaya Kampung Asam Kumbang and Dewan Kwang Yung Kwang Sai Association.

The expanded iron bridge at Kampung Paya Dalam, Kuala Kubu Bharu, completed under Projek Selangor Penyayang, as seen here on June 2023. — Picture by FACEBOOK/PUSAT KHIDMAT ADUN KUALA KUBU BHARU (新古毛区州议员服务中心)

“I thank the Selangor government under the leadership of Menteri Besar Dato’ Seri Amirudin Shari.

“I hope PSP will be continued after the upcoming state election, as it benefits the people of Selangor,” she said when contacted.

During the tabling of the Selangor Budget 2023 on November 25 last year, Amirudin said RM28 million would be provided under PSP as part of the efforts to stimulate and boost the local economy, by providing small projects for the benefit of local residents.

The new waqf hut at Tanah Perkuburan India Kerling, completed under Projek Selangor Penyayang, as seen here on June 2023. — Picture by FACEBOOK/PUSAT KHIDMAT ADUN KUALA KUBU BHARU (新古毛区州议员服务中心)

 

 

 

 

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