NGOs claim board wiped out ap­pli­cants’ data

New Straits Times - - News -

SHAH ALAM: A group of non-gov­ern­men­tal or­gan­i­sa­tions (NGOs) claimed that the Se­lan­gor Hous­ing and Prop­erty Board (LPHS) has wiped out the data of thou­sands of Rumah Se­lan­gorku ap­pli­cants in an ef­fort to make it dif­fi­cult for low-income earn­ers in the state to own their dream homes.

Ke­lab Har­moni Se­lan­gor pres­i­dent Dr V. Sun­der, rep­re­sent­ing 11 NGOs, al­leged that the records of the var­i­ous af­ford­able homes ap­pli­cants had been de­lib­er­ately deleted from LPHS’s database since 2010 which poses in­con­ve­nience of reap­ply­ing and re-sub­mis­sion of doc­u­ments.

“I have re­ceived com­plaints which are backed with proof to show that the ap­pli­cant’s of­fer for the homes had dis­ap­peared from the database. All of the re­quired doc­u­ments have been sub­mit­ted but they were un­able to pro­ceed as all data were gone when they logged in to check on their ap­pli­ca­tion.

“The men­teri be­sar, the ex­ec­u­tive

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