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Indonesia ultimate weapon is hazy chemical pollutant

This chemical weapon is cheap and effective way to sabotage Malaysia economic and public health.

I postpone my balik kampung to Muar due to chemical weapon attack from Indonesia.

Haze woes in Johor and Malacca

PETALING JAYA: The air pollutant index (API) reading for Malacca has increased from 51 to 91 in the past three days.

Muar, in Johor, recorded an “unhealthy” API reading of 162 according to the Department of Environment website, www.doe.gov.my, as of 5pm yesterday.

“Healthy” API readings are from 0 to 50, and “unhealthy” from 100 to 200. Any reading of between 201 and 300 is considered very “unhealthy.” Readings of more than 301 is “hazardous.”

According to a Malaysian Meteorological Department spokesman, the visibility in Malacca up to noon yesterday dropped to 2km and 5km.

“The haze in Malacca has reduced the visibility in the area. Our observation radar registered with the meteorology station has shown Malacca to be shrouded in haze.

“We are monitoring the situation closely,” she said.

Declining air quality has been reported in several places such as in north Johor, Malacca, Negri Sembilan and Selangor in the past few days.

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nkkhoo says:

If Indonesian government is powerless to take action against companies or individuals who burn down their jungle, their should surrender sovereignty to Malaysia or Singapore.

Ah Beng says:

Well, if these are the doings of small Indonesian farmers, we may be unable to do anything against them but what if the fires are caused by plantations of giant palm oil companies listed in Singapore or Malaysia?