100 farmers to hold sit-in protest to pressure Pahang gov't

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About 100 small-time farmers from Cameron Highlands will hold a sit-in protest at Wisma Sri Pahang, Kuantan on May 23, demanding permanent land titles from the Pahang state government.

"We are not interested in empty promises or having any more discussions, it's been ten years of negotiations.

"The government knows what is up. We want a solution and we want permanent land titles (for the farmers)," said B Suresh Kumar of the land, housing and shops committee (JTRG) at the Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM) head office in Brickfields today...

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