Stampin Resettlement Scheme needs clean-up, wider road, concrete drains — SUPP leader

Yap (left) being shown the waterlogged condition of earth drains at the Stampin Resettlement Scheme by residents there.

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KUCHING, April 29: Stampin Resettlement Scheme residents are up in arms with uncollected rubbish strewn all over the place and overgrown weeds in drains and the road verge.

Sarawak United Peoples’ Party (SUPP) Public Complaints Bureau (PCB) chief Wilfred Yap has gone down to the area after receiving complaints from the residents and has brought the matter to the attention of Kuching South City Council (MBKS).

Yap said the residents also frequently complained to him about heavy traffic in the area and the poor condition of the earth drains along the main road at the scheme.

“The residents have requested for the widening of the main road and the earth drains to be upgraded to concrete ones,” he said in a statement today.

Yap hoped the elected representative of the area, Chong Chieng Jen, who is also Deputy Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs, would widen the main road and improve the drainage system by lobbying for funds from the federal government.

Anyone requiring assistance can call SUPP Public Complaints Bureau on 016-7797688 or 082-246999 or go direct to SUPP head office. — DayakDaily