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PHNOM PENH (The Cambodia Herald) – A family of 13 who claimed to be from Boeung Kak Lake have been taken to the land A main canal is located in the village of Prek Sala, Sangkat Kakab II, Por Sen Chey district, Phnom Penh, as they build wooden houses Living for only 1 week and just starting to rebuild At first, despite the ban from the commune authorities, they did not listen.
They were still stubborn, and within a week some of them finished and some were nearing completion. Meanwhile, the authorities have been urging them to resign themselves, but they have not. To save the canal to prevent the flooding, avoid flooding many villages during the rainy season. February 6, 2020: Por Sen Chey district and the second Kakabal district led by Deputy Governor of Panglinda Bringing the unit down is a good move and also a deterrent Spread the abuse took the main canal.
Mr. Maly Piseth, the second chief of Kakab commune, said that all 13 families were from the Boeung Kak area of Phnom Penh. A week ago, they had been carrying construction materials to build a house in the upper canal.
After receiving the report, he immediately led the force directly down the ban. It is not advisable to build it because it is the main canal for the flooding of many villages during the rainy season. And settling down on such canals would have a big impact But at that time, they did not listen and kept building until the project was completed and he reported the activity This is also known to the Governor of Por Sen Chey district.
In order to recover the main canal and prevent the abuse from spreading, he said. More than that, he told the residents to move their homes out of the canal itself. But they did not agree to the resettlement so Por Sen Chey district and Kakap II commune led by the governor Subdivision
Pang Lida puts the engine down to relocate without taking any responsibility for the damage, even after the removal. They will go to their own accommodation.
Please note that the house which the authority went to relocate is not a stone structure but a building From small wooden roofs, zinc roofs and zinc gloves, and from 1 to 1 The week in which some houses were completed and others just finished 60 to 80 percent.
While authorities were moving to demolish the house at the time, the residents protested and pleaded not to move. They said that because there was no place to live they went to build houses on the canal Such a state has come to the realization that the canal is not owned by any person Forest. They hope to live in peace but do not think that they are now being dismantled by the authorities. He does not yet know where to live. (Editing by: Thida)