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THE recent floods in Selangor, especially that in Taman Sri Muda, Shah Alam, clearly showed the impact on people and their properties of not being prepared or vigilant.

 

Many government officials issued statements that flood warnings were announced to the residents of Sri Muda, but that people were ignorant about them.

In another report, the habit of discarding rubbish into rivers has been highlighted as the main cause of the recent floods. In other words, the government is putting the onus on the people.

To investigate the so-called ‘warning’ regarding the floods by certain government agencies, the Federation of Malaysian Consumers Associations (Fomca) went to the ground to investigate the claim. Random interviews were done among the residents in Taman Sri Muda.

Surprisingly, all of them claimed they were not aware of the warnings. The residents also reiterated that if they had received warnings, they would have definitely tried to save their cars and belongings. They said they would also have placed their families in secure or higher ground, as well as prepared some rations to endure the difficult times.

Many residents also mentioned that they had faced floods before, but not as severely as with the recent one. Knee-deep or main road flooding is quite common in this area.

A majority of the residents were not aware about the area’s flood history as many residents moved there only over the last seven to eight years. They were caught by surprise that floods of more than two meters, which is indeed extraordinary, could occur here, and in these modern times.

The residents in Sri Muda complained that there was no official warning announcement made regarding the floods. No sign boards warning them that they were residing in a flood-prone area were erected to alert them. In addition, no flood warning sirens were installed in or near the area, which was another mind-boggling factor to them.

Considering the feedback from the residents, although extraordinary rainfall had caused the floods, early warnings could have prevented the loss of lives and properties. Evidently, the people in this area were neither aware of nor informed later about how devastating the floods could be there.

‘Lackadaisical’

So, stop blaming the people. Those in power and authority, you are the perpetrators who failed to do the jobs assigned to you properly. A warning system not installed, missing water pumps, officials on holiday even though they know this weather can cause floods, missing politicians, and a lack of assistance and coordination. These clearly show how lackadaisical the government is in its work.

An investigation should be conducted to find out who were supposed to raise the alert. Why were no lessons learnt from the area’s flood history? Why did the National Disaster Management Agency’s (Nadma) assets come only after two days of floods?

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