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The Land Robbery of the Native Land in Sarawak by the Barisan Nasional Government

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The Land Robbery   of the Native Land In Sarawak By The Barisan Nasional Government
BN's Government Sarawak Strikes back at NCR land owners. This is the price that the dayak has to pay for Voting for BN in the previous State Election.

The Top Iban traitor: He leads the rest of the Dayak YBs in Robbing Iban of their NCR Lands!

Land Development Minister James Masing says he will table an amendment bill to plug the loopholes in the present ordinance.

The Sarawak state government is striking back at the native customary rights (NCR) land owners after it lost a court battle in the Pantu land case.

Land Development Minister James Masing (right) said today he will table the Land Custody and Development Authority (Amendment) Bill 2011, which seeks to plug the loopholes in the LCDA Ordinance.

He confirmed that the amendments to the LCDA Ordinance arise out of the Pantu land case in which High Court judge justice Linton Albert made a damning judgment against the state government, state-owned LCDA and Pelita Holdings Sdn Bhd over the principle deed signed with a group of NCR landowners claiming native customary rights to the land.

“We can't have a decision that affects the investors' confidence. We need to protect those who have invested huge sums of money in the oil palm plantations,” he said.

If  through  Politic cannot protect our NCR Lands,the Iban should consider going  to the Street "Ngauay"!

He said landowners who have signed the development agreements cannot later on withdraw from the NCR land development, once the amendments come into force.

“They have to stick to the agreement,” Masing, who is also the Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) president, insisted.

NCR land law expert See Chee How said the tabling of the Bill showed that the government does not believe in the court's decisions.

See, who is also the PKR Batu Lintang state assemblyperson, said the Bill should not have retrospective effect.

“Yes, your suspicion is right that the...

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