The number of flood victims in three states remains unchanged, while Selangor sees a decrease.


There are still many flood victims in 3 states, and decreased in Selangor.

As of 8 a.m. today, the number of flood victims in three states remained unchanged, while Selangor saw a decrease compared to last night.


According to the state Disaster Management Committee (JPBD) secretariat, the number of flood victims in Melaka remains at 24 people from six families.

All of the victims who were admitted to the relief centre (PPS) at the Office of the State Legislative Assembly Development and Coordination Committee (Japerun), Durian Tunggal are from the Alor Gajah district, which includes the villages of Bukit Balai, Pulau, and Belimbing.


The number of flash flood victims in Johor remains at 179, with two districts still affected, Tangkak and Segamat.

According to a statement issued by the state JPBD, all 47 victims are still being housed in four PPS.

The JPBD also stated that two rivers in Segamat, Sungai Muar (Buloh Kasap) and Sungai Muar (Kampung Awat), are at warning levels, while cloudy skies have been reported in several districts, including Mersing, Pontian, Segamat, Batu Pahat, Tangkak, and Kulai.


According to the Social Welfare Department’s (JKM) Disaster Information portal in Kelantan, the total number of flood victims in Rantau Panjang, Pasir Mas has remained at 30 people, involving six families, who have been placed at Sekolah Kebangsaan Tok Deh, Rantau Panjang.


In Selangor, the state JPBD secretariat, Civil Defence Force in Selangor, said the number of flood victims fell to 558 from 154 families, down from 637 from 172 families last night, with 12 PPS opened — four in Sepang, three in Kuala Selangor, and one in Kuala Langat (five).


PERAK saw an increase of two flood victims, bringing the total number to 866 people from 243 families. All flood victims have been assigned to one of nine PPS.

According to the Perak Public Works Department (JKR), several roads in the Batang Padang and Muallim districts are open to all vehicles due to receding water levels, but several roads in the Manjung district are closed to all vehicles due to flooding, particularly Jalan Changkat Jering-Seri Manjung-Kampung Koh.

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