Peninsula's first orang asli blockade on 'land grab'

comments     Kuek Ser Kuang Keng     Published     Updated

The struggle to safeguard ancestral lands of indigenous people in the the country hit a new height in the Gua Musang area of Kelantan today.

Some 300 orang asli from the Temiar community put up two blockades, the first of their kind in the peninsula, to stop logging activities on their land.

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