However, their societies remain marginalised, and they have been said to be "second-class Bumiputra's.
The Orang Asli are usually wary of outsiders, but a senior couple in Kampung Pertak warmly welcome The Nut Graph journalist on 21 April onto their porch and invite her to the evening jamuan.
Yesterday, there was mee hoon. We like both sides. Houses, roads, a surau, a football field, a kindergarten, electricity; some houses even have Astro. Shafie lists other government contributions to the Orang Asli: He also talks about the proposed amendments to the Orang Asli land policy, which intends to parcel out about two to six acres of land to each Orang Asli family.
He later elaborates on the land scheme to The Nut Graph: We can give 30 to 50 acres, but then the number that receive land will be few…This is not all the assistance we give. If the produce from the land is insufficient, if their income falls below RM, they will be classified under hardcore poor and the government will give assistance.
We want to help. We will discuss with the state governments. All about land Shafie also neglected to mention that Kampung Pertak and Kampung Gerachi Jaya villagers were deprived of their ancestral land about 10 years ago when the government built the Selangor Dam.
As far as respecting Orang Asli land rights is concerned, Nicholas says the BN track record has been poor.
He adds that the BN has not recognised Orang Asli land rights and are still challenging the Sagong Tasi decision, which recognised common law customary rights over the land. They give them goodies and expect them to vote for BN. They would have lost their land and lost their identity. Nicholas lists other steps taken by the Selangor government.
How will they vote? But whether that is what will really happen among the Orang Asli is left to be seen come polling day.
After all, any political party or candidate who dismisses the Orang Asli as being clueless and easily influenced would be gravely mistaken. · KUALA LUMPUR: Cameron Highlands MP Datuk C.
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