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Flood forces change of Sepang polling centre

SJKT Dengkil, which was submerged in floodwater yesterday, has been replaced with Sekolah Rendah Agama Dengkil.

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Election Commission workers hang a sign on the gate of a school to be used as a polling centre in Klang, ahead of the election tomorrow. Photo: Bernama
Election Commission workers hang a sign on the gate of a school to be used as a polling centre in Klang, ahead of the election tomorrow. Photo: Bernama

Sekolah Rendah Agama Dengkil has been designated as a polling centre for the Sepang parliamentary constituency in place of SJKT Dengkil as the latter was flooded yesterday.

According to a Selangor state election office letter, Sepang returning officer Abd Hamid Hussain had informed them that SJKT Dengkil was fully submerged in floodwater yesterday.

As a result, Hamid wrote to them on Nov 17 asking for Sekolah Rendah Agama Dengkil to be used as the new polling centre, according to the letter distributed by the Selangor Information Department.

State election director Shafie Taib today sent a letter to the Election Commission asking it to re-gazette the polling centre.

Sepang is witnessing an eight-cornered fight among Anuar Basiran (Barisan Nasional), Rina Harun (Perikatan Nasional), Che Asmah Ibrahim (Pejuang), Raj Munni @ Aiman Athirah Sabu (Pakatan Harapan), Mohd Daud Leong Abdullah (Parti Utama Rakyat), R Nageswaran (Parti Rakyat Malaysia), and independent candidates Mohd Syahrul Amri Mat Sari and M Muneswaran.

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