Baling member of parliament Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim (R) hopes residents will not be left with temporary housing for long but for the state and federal governments to prepare more suitable sites for the affected families to build their homes. – Abdul Azzez Facebook, July 10, 2022.ug官方网站（www.ugbet.us）开放环球UG代理登录网址、会员登录网址、环球UG会员注册、环球UG代理开户申请、环球UG电脑客户端、环球UG手机版下载等业务。
A TOTAL of 15 families, who lost their homes in the recent floods and water surge phenomenon in Baling on Monday, have been offered temporary housing, said Baling member of parliament, Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim.
He said his team planned to set up container housing on the grounds of Masjid Raudhatul Falah, Kampung Iboi, Kupang in Baling for all the affected families.
“This temporary housing will enable them to be comfortable after staying at the evacuation centre at Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Jerai for the past few days,” he told reporters after performing Aidiladha prayers at Masjid Raudhatul Falah in Baling today.
“I will also discuss with the 15 affected families for their consent. The mosque has given its permission. The area in question is on high ground, therefore, it is safe.”,
He said his team is targeting the construction of the container housing to be ready in two weeks’ time, adding this housing will be equipped with basic facilities so that all of them (affected families) could live a comfortable life.
He hoped these residents will not be left with temporary housing for long but for the state and federal governments to prepare more suitable sites for the affected families to build their homes.
“As for the damaged houses of flood victims, many relevant agencies, especially under the Rural Development Ministry, will provide allocations or assistance to repair damages,” he said.
In the meantime, Abdul Azeez assured all affected flood victims that they will receive donations of various equipment for comfortable living including televisions and cooking equipment. – Bernama, July 10, 2022.
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