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ON April 11, State Tourism, Environment, Green Technology and Orang Asli Affairs Committee chairman Hee Loy Sian said a proposal to degazette the Kuala Langat North Forest Reserve is still under discussion and the Selangor government is examining the views of experts. He added that if the degazetting is implemented, the state government would have to find a replacement (forest) that is of better quality than the existing one.
The public would assume that in the meantime the Selangor government was still examining the views and deliberating on the issue until it was revealed that the decision for the degazetting of the Kuala Langat North Forest Reserve was made under section 12 of the National Forestry Act 1984, in the state executive committee meeting on May 5, less than a month after the chairman said the matter was still under discussion.
The revelation, by the chairman himself was made at the Selangor legislative assembly on 30 August 2021, almost 3 months after the decision was made. Aside from agreeing to degazette, the Selangor government also approved an area of 581ha as permanent forest reserve replacement involving PT4182 in the Sungai Panjang sub-district, in Sabak Bernam (308ha); Ampang Pechah, Buloh Telor sub-district, Hulu Selangor district (209ha) and Bukit Broga, Semenyih sub-district, Hulu Langat district (64ha).
Selangor Forestry Department director Ahmad Fadzil Abdul Majid told Bernama on April 24 that due to the complexity of the process, degazetting a forest reserve usually takes years to do.
The long period is mainly attributed to the difficulties in finding a replacement forest that is of equivalent or higher value to replace the one earmarked for degazetting. Thus, since 2010, the Selangor government has only managed to degazette three forest reserves, which was in Bukit Lagong totalling 3.2ha, Ulu Gombak (20ha) and Rantau Panjang (1.6ha)
And yet in this case, the chairman is expecting the public to believe that from April 11 to May, 5, fewer than 20 working days, the Selangor government performed with such efficiency that it not only concluded studying the views of the relevant experts, it also found the replacement forests of 581ha and prepare the proposal for tabling to the state exco, a process which the Selangor Forestry Department director has confirmed normally takes years to do.
Shrouded in secrecy
The chairman also said there were no objections from the Departments of Environment, Forestry, Drainage and Irrigation, Wildlife and National Parks and Orang Asli Development as well as the Dean of Faculty of Forestry and Environment of Universiti Putra Malaysia, among others, during the meetings.
Yet an official request from environmental group Pertubuhan Pelindung Khazanah Alam for a copy of the Forestry Department’s report on the KLNFR, submitted through the Freedom of Information (State of Selangor) Enactment 2010, was rejected by the Forestry Department on March 19 citing secrecy and the release of the information could jeopardise the development plans of the state.