We have read recent reports of bulldozers waiting to bulldoze the Indian settlements in Kg. Railway, Kg. Pandan, Kg. Lindungan, etc. The Indians here may have lived for two or even three generations but have never been granted state land for the poor and titles issued, as some for the Malay villages, Orang Asli and native customary land in Sabah and Sarawak and the hundreds of Chinese villages. To the contrary there is no such thing as an Indian village and even if there is one, it does not have land titles and is waiting to be bulldozed in a matter of time.
But for the 100% Malay PKNS flats in Kg. Kerinchi, the residents get a briefing and also get to vote on the contractor for the job (Starmetro 5/3/2010 at page M6). The Malays in Kampong Baru will get RM 4 Million each in the Kg. Baru redevelopment.