NGOs claim board wiped out applicants’ data
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