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RM500,000 to be allocated for houses of armed forces personnel


21 September, KUALA LUMPUR – The Defence Ministry will allocate RM500,000 for renovations on houses that are in need of repairs and the necessary infrastructure for houses occupied by armed forces personnel (RKAT) in Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan.

The ministry in a statement today said the allocation was announced by its minister Mohamad Sabu after a working visit to Port Dickson to meet members of the Army Basic Training Centre (Pusasda) and  the RKAT in the area.

“He had the opportunity to visit a family at a housing block that was meant for those with rank of army corporals and below and saw the need to restore water tanks, pipelines, sewage and electricity,” the statement said.

Earlier, Mohamad also performed Friday prayers with PUSASDA members at the Royal Malay Regiment Depot Mosque which was also attended by Army Chief General Datuk Seri Ahmad Hasbullah Mohd Nawawi.


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