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The Genting Valley - hanya mimpi ...

Back in 2002, we bought a plot of land somewhere in Batang Kali, called The Genting Valley. It wasn't that big but I believe good enough to build our retirement home. Made a loan for a plot of about 7000psf, and off we went flying to UK for 5 good years.

In 2007, we came back home from UK and our first visit to the project, only tears came out of our eyes. The project was abandoned, even though the plots had been cleared, but nothing much else. What left are the guard houses for phases that were all sold out. And we've been fighting to get our right with the help from the pro-team committee which represent all the buyers headed up by Bob Steedman. The latest news from the liquidator doesn't seem to be any favourable to us so, we gathered on the 9th Dec, 2012 at Phase 2A to air our displeasure to the parties involved including the liquidator, banks and the government agencies which wouldn't help much. As of now, what we could do is to dream of it. Hope the directors of Jade San going to be hunted by bad dreams, bad businesses and burned in hell!!!

Photos taken from today's gathering:





Tn Hj Mustafa, Ketua Cabang PKR Hulu Selangor was there too. Where is YB Kamalnathan? I had a good laugh when one MakCik said that she is better off voting for PAS in the next election rather than voting the BN for being indifferent not trying to help us out. Me? I'm pengundi atas pagar .. my undi is rahsia :P




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