A SPECIAL task force has been set up to look after tahfiz (religious school) in Selangor following the fires at two tahfiz in the state. Dr Ahmad Yunus Hairi (PAS-Sijangkang) said the two schools that caught fire were not registered with the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais). “A task force headed by the Jais chairman and representatives from nine government agencies will monitor the registered and unregistered tahfiz in Selangor.
SELANGOR folk will benefit from the one million litres of water processed daily by the Semenyih 2 Water Treatment Plant from next month. State Infrastructure Committee chairman Zaidy Abdul Talib told the house that the treatment plant was nearing completion and would be operational on Dec 19. The trial run and commissioning of works on the treatment plant, he added, would start middle of the month.
STATE executive councillors in Selangor will be provided with electric cars once their current vehicles are due for replacement. State Environment Committee chairman Elizabeth Wong told the house that the move was in line with the state’s low carbon policy initiative. In her reply to Yaakob Sapari (PKR-Kota Anggerik), she added that four of the Smart Selangor buses that would hit the road soon were also electric vehicles.
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