Cameron Highlands MP to visit Orang Asli villages nationwide

Faisal Asyraf

Modified 28 Oct 2019, 6:12 am

Cameron Highlands MP Ramli Mohd Nor has stepped out of his constituency to embark on a series of visits to Orang Asli villages nationwide.

Ramli told Malaysiakini that he decided to do so to get close to Orang Asli, learn of their plight, and bring their voices to the parliament.

"From now on, I will not only focus on the Orang Asli community in Cameron Highlands because I think as an Orang Asli myself, I also represent the whole communities nationwide.

"I am embarking on a series of visits to meet Tok Batin, Penghulu, and the rest of the community," he told Malaysiakini...

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