Guan Eng sees red over 'sewage concern' and 'feng shui' report

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Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng has criticised a local newspaper for raising sewage and “feng shui” concerns in relation to the state government's move to allocate 20 acres of land for constructing houses of worship.

"If you do not want the land, others do. This is something happy... but only The Star is unhappy.

"Please do not make something happy (become) unhappy,” Lim told a press conference in Komtar today.

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