The Shah Alam High Court today issued an injunction against the Gombak land and district office and the Selangor state government to prevent the eviction and demolition of the Gombak Setia service centre.
The application done through Bersatu lawyer Sasha Lyna Abdul Latif was granted by judicial commissioner Zaharah binti Hussain.
"The order is effective immediately," said incumbent Gombak Setia assemblyman Muhammad Hilman Idham in a statement.
On June 28, Hilman said the state government issued an eviction order to vacate the service centre. He called the move illegal and politically motivated.
Hilman stressed that the excuse given, that there is no permission from the state government to operate the centre, is "stupid and illogical" as the service centre has already been operating on the land for over five years, with the full knowledge of the state government.
He added that officers from the state government and the Gombak land and district office could be charged with contempt of court if they continued the move against the service centre.
"I resorted to legal action as this is an abuse of power, a threat and a political vendetta on the part of the Selangor state government," he said, adding that he would not stop serving his constituents just because the state assembly had been dissolved and will continue to do so until the polling day.