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Rabu, 2 September 2015

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Rumah Orang Asli Dirobohkan & Dihalau Ke Hutan.

PASTA DotMy pada Ameno World - 17 minit yang lalu
Beri tekanan kpd Ketua Pengarah JAKOA : Telefon :: 03-2161 0577 Faks :: 03-2162 1470 Emel pro@jakoa.gov.my JAKOA Mersing. no tel : 07-799 1636 Jabatan Perhutanan Johor No. Telefon: 07-266 7433 SHAME ON YOU DATO HASNAN! Duduk pejabat ada air cond. Pakai sut. Duduk rumah besar. Gaji besar. Tidur katil empuk. Lagi mau sembang mahu bela orang asli? MERSING : Sekumpulan wanita Orang Asli yang baru mahu mula memasak terkejut apabila sekumpulan pegawai penguat kuasa seramai 100 orang meruntuhkan lapan rumah kayu mereka di Hutan Simpan Gunung Arong di Kampung Batu 10 pada Selasa , men... lagi »


Beri tekanan kpd 

Ketua Pengarah JAKOA : 
Telefon :: 03-2161 0577
Faks :: 03-2162 1470
Emel pro@jakoa.gov.my

JAKOA Mersing. no tel : 07-799 1636

Jabatan Perhutanan Johor
No. Telefon: 07-266 7433

SHAME ON YOU DATO HASNAN! Duduk pejabat ada air cond. Pakai sut. Duduk rumah besar. Gaji besar. Tidur katil empuk. Lagi mau sembang mahu bela orang asli?

MERSING : Sekumpulan wanita Orang Asli yang baru mahu mula memasak terkejut apabila sekumpulan pegawai penguat kuasa seramai 100 orang meruntuhkan lapan rumah kayu mereka di Hutan Simpan Gunung Arong di Kampung Batu 10 pada Selasa , menyebabkan 50 orang asli Jakun kehilangan tempat tinggal.

Tujuh keluarga kini tinggal di khemah sementara di tepi jalan selepas rumah mereka dirobohkan.

Wakil Kampung Rambai Awang , 49, berkata, operasi melibatkan lebih daripada 100 pegawai, termasuk polis dan pegawai Jabatan Perhutanan.

"Mereka memberitahu kami untuk membuang semua barang-barang kami dan berpindah ke dalam hutan, atau mereka akan merobohkan rumah kami dan menembak mati ayam dan anjing peliharaan kami ," katanya.

Awang berkata orang asli telah tinggal di sana selama enam tahun dan mendakwa mempunyai hak untuk hasil tanah dan hutan .

"Kami menulis surat kepada jabatan, pejabat Menteri Besar dan juga Perdana Menteri, tetapi kita tidak pernah mendapat jawapan yang betul, " katanya.

sumber :http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2015/06/04/Orang-asli-homes-torn-down-50-left-homeless-after-100-officers-move-in-before-lunch/


Rujukan.

Kejadian di atas berlaku pada awal bulan 6. Sekarang memasuki bulan 9 hari kedua. Menerusi laman web orang asli tiada apa2 perkembangan susulan selepas mereka dihalau. Kiranya kita mungkin boleh anggap depa still 'occupy' kawasan berkenaan sehingga kini.  

Ini pula laporan pada 23 Jun 2015 ;

http://www.coac.org.my/main.php?section=news&article_id=197


The head of the family group in the Batu 10 Gunong Arong settlement has been asked to relocate to the nearby Orang Asli settlement of Kampung Labong, Mersing.
The State Director of the Johor Department of Orang Asli Development, JAKOA, in a letter dated 23 June 2015, instructedAwang Rambai to vacate the forest reserve area he is occupying as it went against the National Land Code.

The Department offered him a place in his 'original settlement' as well as a house under the 'Program Bantuan Rumah' (Housing Aid Programme). But there was no mention of any offer of land orparticipation in any agricultural scheme. Or whether the house is already ready.
The same offer, however, was not extended to the other 6 families at the Gunong Arong settlement.

The consolation for Awang Rambai, at least, is that he and his family are no longer considered as illegal settlers from Pahang, which has been a secondary rationale for the demolition of the houses on 2 June 2015.

The families have still not agreed to comply with the order to relocate to Kampung Labong.

Halau orang asli dari penempatan mereka tanpa mengesahkan jika penempatan baru telah siap dibina atau apa. Menerusi satu artikel berita, mereka juga pernah dihalau ke Pahang.

Sumber

Senang betul jadi penguatkuasa. Apa-apa halau. Lebih senang kalau yang dihalau itu orang asli, orang india dan orang melayu. Halau, roboh, halau, roboh dan lepas tue siap bagi alasan yang mewajarkan tindakan mereka.

Dalam link berita di atas aku spot satu gambar dan pada aku ia menyedihkan.
Gambar ini dirakamkan pada 4/6/2015, ketika rumah kediaman mereka dirobohkan pada kali pertama. Terduduk, tundukkan muka dan menangis. 

Sungguh pun orang asli menduduki kawasan hutan simpan, tidak pula mereka merosakkan kawasan berkenaan dengan pembalakan atau melakukan pertanian haram seperti di Cameron Highlands. Cukup sekadar bertani berternak untuk keperluan diri. Aku tak nampak juga tindakan menghalau mereka neh atas nama menjaga 'hutan simpan'.

Seperti yang kerap kali berlaku di Sarawak, ini kalau bukan dek kegiatan pembalakan, mesti ada kaitan dengan kegiatan projek. Dua neh jek yang beria2 menghalalkan penindasan ke atas rakyat. Percayalah. Itu yang rakyat difahamkan now.

Kbai.
SINI sumbernya.


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Orang Asli homes torn down

Published: 04 June 2015

Broken homes: A child crying in the middle of the village houses that were torn down by the authorities in Gunung Arong, Mersing, Johor. Photos by Tolo Lee (DAP-Mersing)
By Loh Foon Fong & Kathleen Ann Kili
The Star | 4 June 2015

A group of Orang Asli women were about to start cooking when a group of 100-odd enforcement officers moved in to tear down eight wooden homes in the Gunung Arong forest reserve in Kampung Batu 10 on Tuesday, leaving 50 Jakun homeless.
The seven families are now living in makeshift tents by the roadside after their homes were torn down.
Village representative Awang Rambai, 49, said the operation involved more than 100 people, including police and Forestry Department officers.
“They told us to remove all our belongings and move into the jungle, or they would push down our homes and shoot our chickens and dogs,” he said.
Awang said the community had lived there for six years and claimed the right to the land and forest produce.
“We wrote to the department, the Mentri Besar’s office and even the Prime Minister, but we never got a proper reply,” he added.
Several months ago, the authorities had told them to move to Kampung Kerpan in Rompin but they refused as there was no source of income there “while the forest has depleted”.
“Here, I can do some farming and the forest is accessible. The government gave part of the forest reserve to loggers and miners, but why can’t they let us stay?” Awang, who used to live in Kota Tinggi in Johor and Rompin, asked.
His wife Kamisah Alan, 43, said she was about to start cooking when she saw a team of officers coming. Holding back tears, the mother of six said she grabbed whatever she could before heading out to help the other families when the team ordered them to get out.

Siu Begani, 35, who lost his disabled person’s identification card in the incident, said the orang asli had no choice but to sleep on the ground.
Siu, who lost his right leg in a mishap at work six years ago, said most of their daily provisions and children’s items were damaged.
“We barely make ends meet, and now, most of our things are gone. How are we to survive?” he said in between sobs.
Centre for Orang Asli Concerns public policy researcher/volunteer Chung Yi Fan said the Orang Asli only occupied a 2ha plot, which was nothing compared to that given to loggers and miners.
“The concern now is on the 20 to 30 schoolchildren. What is going to happen to them?” he said.
He said the state and federal governments needed to step in as it was their responsibility.
“They may enforce the law but they can’t demolish the houses and leave them (orang asli) out in the cold,” he said.
Chung said the authorities should not have acted in that manner, as it was not customary for orang asli to set up base in a village they did not belong to.
He said the group was “dumped” at the Pahang border about three years ago. “Why are they treated like animals?” he said.
The Jakun have long been living along south Pahang, mainly in Rompin and Pekan districts and central to northern part of Johor.

Still defiant. 

In happier times. 2012.


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Johor Forestry Dapartment confirms levelling Orang Asli village
The Star | 4 June 2015
The Johor Forestry Department has confirmed that the demolition of the orang asli village in Gunung Arong was done during a joint enforcement operation.
“The area that they have been living in is a permanent forest reserve, and does not belong to the orang asli. We have given them a year to move out.
“Despite issuing several notices, they are still reluctant to relocate.
“We have given them ample time and even referred them to the Department of Orang Asli Development (Jakoa), but they still refused to move,” said state Forestry director Mohd Ridza Awang.
He said the operation, involving 113 officers from nine relevant agencies, was conducted in an orderly manner and the authorities aided the small community in evacuating whatever they could.
Among the agencies involved were the Forestry Department, police and Rela and the Mersing local council.
In Kuala Lumpur, Jakoa director-general Datuk Hasnan Hassan said the orang asli were from Pahang.
“Five houses are being built for them in Rompin, Pahang, and will be completed mid-next month,” he said, adding that he would investigate the matter as the department had earlier requested for the demolition to be delayed.

For more photos of the post-demolition of the village, go to the Center for Orang Asli Concerns (COAC) facebook page at this link: http://on.fb.me/1ALnGhx






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