We did not 'kowtow' to Taman Manggis residents, says Penang exco

Susan Loone

Modified 13 Mar 2019, 9:34 am

The Penang government has denied capitulating to the demands made by evicted residents of the Taman Manggis public housing (PPR) units following a settlement yesterday to relocate the families.

The amicable settlement saw 11 families, who earlier resisted eviction, agreeing to move out of their low-cost units, which they were no longer qualified to rent.

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