Thursday, January 7, 2016

'Go Green'.. Bukit Sungai Pinang Pulak Gondol..


'Go Green'.. kehijauan Bukit Laksamana telah dinyahkan untuk memberi laluan kepada pembinaan 36 buah villa..

Dengan 'Go Green' juga  'Bukit Botak' Bukit Relau di Jalan Bukit Gambier dan bukit Kukus di Paya Terubong telah di nyahkan kehijauannya untuk dibangunkan..

Jadi bolehlah kita terjemahkan moto 'Go Green' yang di bawa oleh Kerajaan Negeri Pulau Pinang itu bermaksud 'Piii lah Hijau'..

Sebab bukit yang asalnya kehijauan selaras dengan 'Go Green' dah bertukar jadi kelabu.. tak salahlah kalau aku terjemahkannya sebagai 'Piii lah Hijau'..

Dan ini bukit yang seterusnya.. Bukit Sungai Pinang namanya.. dianggarkan kira-kira 4 hektar hutan hijau telah dinyahkan kehijauannya..

Untuk apa.. sebab apa dan kenapa Bukit Sungai Pinang ini digondolkan tidak diketahui kerana tiada sebarang papan tanda mengenai penggondolan itu di situ..

Penggondolan dipercayai menggunakan tenaga manusia sepenuhnya atau juga mungkin jin-jin yang dibela kerana tidak kelihatan sebarang jentera berat di tapak penggondolan itu..

Baca laporan ni..

BALIK PULAU: Another hill in the state has been partly stripped naked since late last year. Checks by the New Straits Times yesterday showed a visibly barren patch atop Bukit Sungai Pinang, measuring about 4ha.

It is not immediately known the purpose behind the hill clearing as no signboard has been put up. Photos of the barren hill began making its rounds on social networking site Facebook since Christmas day.  
Teluk Bahang assemblyman Datuk Shah Headan Ayoob Hussain Shah said he realised that part of the hill was being cleared since last October.  
He believed the work was being carried out manually as none of the usual heavy machinery were spotted on the hilltop.  
“The people of Balik Pulau want the state authorities to come clean on what development is being planned for Bukit Sungai Pinang. We have every right to know.  
“We also want to know if any approval had been given for the hill clearing or if it is being done illegally,” he said.  
Shah Headan Ayoob said he dreaded to think what would happen if it rained heavily.  
“Heavy rain will bring with it mud water from the hilltop, which will flow into the stream below. This stream connects to Sungai Pinang, the main water source. 
“Also, there are numerous farms below the hill,” he added. He said it was an irony for the DAP-led state administration to continue preaching its “go green” mantra when everything is turning “brown”.  
“One by one, the lush green hills are being stripped naked and being replaced by brown patches. The state is fast becoming a laughing stock, especially among coffee shop patrons.”.. please continue yours reading HERE

Go Green atau Go to hell with yours green?



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