PETALING JAYA: The scaled-down Taman Rimba Kiara project is a “win-win solution” that allows longhouse residents to remain in the area and restores to Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI) residents a portion of the land, said Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abdul Samad. In dismissing allegations of conflict of interest against him, Khalid said neither he nor the landowner, the Federal Territory Foundation (YWP), stands to gain from the revised project. “We have achieved a ‘win-win’ situation for all residents of Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI) by reducing the scale of development, and they should be thankful that the developer is returning most of the land to the housing estate (TTDI). “Unfortunately, they (TTDI Residents’ Association) want all 25 acres, including the original site of the longhouse and temple. So, where are the longhouse residents going to stay? TTDI residents are enjoying development and staying in beautiful houses; what about the fate of the longhouse occupants? “They have been living there for 38 years and should enjoy the same rights, by living in houses that are better than the existing ones,” he told reporters at the 50th anniversary dinner of the Malaysian Book Publishers Association here last night. Khalid clarified that… Read full this story
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