Gombak Setia assemblyman Muhammad Hilman Idham today claimed that the Selangor government was trying to demolish his service centre following a foiled eviction order.
Hilman said that at 3.58pm yesterday, enforcement officers from the Gombak land and district office as well as the Selayang municipal council arrived and served a notice for unlawful occupation under Sections 425 and 426A(1)(c) of the National Land Code.
"The state government has realised that it was unreasonable to force me to vacate the premises in question just because the state assembly had been dissolved.
"So they intend to take action by tearing down the Gombak Setia service centre that was built in 2008," he said in a Facebook post.
Hilman however said he will not succumb to such pressure and intimidation, adding that he will continue to serve his constituents until the polling day.
On June 28, Hilman blasted the state government after officers from the Gombak land and district office arrived to force him to vacate the service centre.
Hilman asserted that the reason given, that no state government authorisation was given to set up the service centre on the land, was "foolish and does not make sense".
He said the service centre has been operating on that land for the past five years with the full knowledge of the state government.
He also said that the eviction notice was not signed by the district officer but instead by the deputy district officer in charge of enforcement.
"This desperate move is an abuse of power, a threat and a political vendetta by the Selangor government," he said, calling the action a sign that the Pakatan Harapan administration is fearful of Perikatan Nasional in the lead-up to the state elections.