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Perkasa and UMNO Malay radicals can twist fact to bash PR government

What on earth Chinese cannot buy condominium in the so-called Malay territory? In reality, Chinese also avoid this Malay area unless they want to live together with many Malay racists.

PKNS revealed that 100% buyers actually are Malays to rebutt Malay is poor and unable to buy expensive condominum.

Perkasa and UMNO goons are thinking of using Chinese as punching bag again is exposed.

eserta demonstrasi bertindak merobohkan papan tanda dan pagar penghalang di tapak projek Datum Jelatek di Kuala Lumpur, pagi tadi.

Peserta demonstrasi bertindak liar dan merobohkan papan tanda dan pagar penghalang di tapak projek Datum Jelatek di Kuala Lumpur, pagi tadi.

KNS: All registered buyers of Datum Jelatek condos are bumiputras

by rahmah ghazali

Datum Jelatek Project Action Committee (BBPDJ) chairman Salleh Samad (left) handing over the memorandum to protest the construction of Datum Jelatek to MB,s private secretary Shuhaimi Shafiei (right) at Shah Alam Sunday

Datum Jelatek Project Action Committee (BBPDJ) chairman Salleh Samad (left) handing over the memorandum to protest the construction of Datum Jelatek to MB,s private secretary Shuhaimi Shafiei (right) at Shah Alam Sunday

PETALING JAYA: All 674 units of controversial Datum Jelatek condominiums have been registered to bumiputra buyers, debunking allegations that the Malays could not afford to purchase the luxury units.

Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) in a statement said that a total of 1,097 potential bumiputra buyers have shown their interest, exceeding their expectations on the project.

“A of Jan 14, 2015, the project has received an overwhelming support and so far a total of 1,097 bumiputra buyers have registered and it has exceeded 674 units available,” said PKNS General Manager Azlan Md Alifiah.

On Sunday, hundreds of protesters against the construction of Datum Jelatek luxury condominiums in Keramat turned aggressive when they broke into the construction site of the project.

They also tore down the zinc hoardings placed around the project site and entered the site.

The protestors, led by Datum Jelatek action committee chairman Salleh Samad, claimed that the project would not benefit the Malays, as most could not afford to purchase the condominium.

The condominium, which is being developed by Datumcorp International (DCI), will cost around RM700,000 per unit.

Salleh also claimed that the project would allow the non-Malays to reside in the “100% Malay” area, a notion that the Malays in the area were not prepared to accept.

Azlan said they would initiate a legal action against the “irresponsible quarters” who had caused damage to public property and vandalism at the site.

“What had happened is a disappointment as the demonstration, which was otherwise peaceful, turned violent when some individuals destroyed the hoardings.

“We are looking at this matter seriously and legal action will be taken against those involved. DCI had also lodged a police report on the matter,” said Azlan.

On allegations that PKNS had never met with the residents on the implementation on the project, he said both the state subsidiary and DCI had held several meetings with Taman Keramat residents.

“We have organised meetings and dialogues with the residents and we even received positive feedback from all of them,” he added.