Floods: King inspects Istana Negara Disaster Relief Team carrying out clean-up works in Mentakab


KUALA LUMPUR: Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah inspected the Istana Negara Disaster Relief Team carrying out clean-up works at Balairaya Kampung Serdang in Mentakab, Pahang, which was affected by the floods.

According to a press release from Istana Negara on Facebook, Pahang Regent Tengku Hassanal Ibrahim Alam Shah and Tengku Arif Bendahara Tengku Muhammad Iskandar Ri’ayatuddin Shah had been additionally current with the King.

“The Istana Negara Disaster Relief Team led by operations director Datuk Zahari Yahya with 45 volunteers comprising Istana Negara officers and employees, arrived in Mentakab yesterday for a flood catastrophe aid mission.

“The group additionally donated every day requirements to the residents of Mentakab affected by the floods,” it stated on Monday (Dec 27).

The catastrophe aid group was established on the thought of His Majesty, with the purpose of offering help and donations to victims who misplaced their houses and suffered large losses resulting from harm to their property in the floods.

After inspecting the work being carried out on the group corridor, Sultan Abdullah additionally visited the home of pensioner Abdul Razak Ariffin who was affected by the floods, and introduced a donation to the latter.

Earlier, His Majesty spent nearly an hour visiting 383 flood victims from 146 households housed on the Bukit Cermin flood aid centre in Mentakab, and introduced donations to them.

Before leaving for dwelling, Sultan Abdullah additionally visited and introduced donations to flood victims housed at SJKT Mentakab. – Bernama

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