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Despite attempts by DBKL to ignore and deny the dangers of development on the steep hill slopes of Bukit Gasing, we have more landslips to share.

Updated photos on Gasing Meridian earthworks landslips

Save Bukit Gasing  (Sun. 11 Mar 2012)

Grassed over steep slope slipped again in heavy rain (Sun. 11 Mar 2012)

Save Bukit Gasing (Mon. 12 Mar 2012)

Back to using plastic sheeting (Mon. 12 Mar 2012)

Save Bukit Gasing Back (Mon. 12 Mar 2012).

Back to using plastic sheeting (Mon. 12 Mar 2012). See other steep slopes with signs of erosion

SBG (Mon. 12 Mar 2012).

Steep descent of trucks on road tracking to hill peak (Mon. 12 Mar 2012). See steep cutting of slopes on right hand corner

Meanwhile at foot of hill below Siva Temple near to Fraser Towers….

Residents of Fraser Towers have already lodged a complaint with the Engineering Department of MBPJ of the landslip

SBG (Mon. 12 Mar 2012)

Landslip on slope next to the the site of repaired slopes from landslide of 2007 (Mon. 12 Mar 2012)

SBG (Mon. 12 Mar 2012)

Landslip and proximity of the repaired slopes that had seen no maintenance since 2007 (Mon. 12 Mar 2012)

As PJ residents are persona non grata to DBKL, perhaps if you all share these photos widely, it might be picked up by DBKL. After all, a “Focus” page on The Star (Sunday, 11 March 2012) identified landslips as signs of landslide to come and should be reported to DBKL. The page is supported by JKR and division of JKR responsible for slope monitoring. It reported 16 fatalities each in Hulu Langat and Sungai Ruil in 2011 and destruction of 14 homes in the Bukit Antarabangsa 2008 landslide.

PS: According to the article, you can only call 999 if there is a landslide. Otherwise, you need to call the engineering department of your local authority (sic).


Sivan Temple landslide on Bukit Gasing: View from New Pantai Expressway / Kg.Pantai Dalam; Kuala Lumpur.

Bukit Gasing 29,May 2011

The Sivan Temple landslide is getting worse due to inaction by MBPJ. Will the temple wall collapse, bringing the whole temple structure down?  To makes matters worse, the Sivan Temple has been re-opened to devotees recently.

More photos here…


Hindraf lawyers declare Bukit Gasing temple ‘open

Watch YouTube Video here…




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