GRS-BN govt continues Native Land Service Programme: Hajiji
Published on: Saturday, May 14, 2022
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Chief Minister Datuk Hajiji Noor (wearing red cap) hands over land titles to a village representative in Telupid on May 14, 2022. (JKM pic)
TELUPID: The GRS-BN government continues the Sabah Native Land Service Programme or Pantas to complete surveys for such land in the state, said Chief Minister Datuk Hajiji Noor. 

He said the government also remains committed to issuing land grants to all regardless of their race and political leanings. 

"Pantas has been implemented since 2011 and will continue to be implemented by the GRS-BN government, realising how important this is to Sabahans especially natives in rural areas including in Telupid," he said according to a statement.

"The approach to continue Pantas also ensures the issuance of native land titles (NT) for NCR (Native Customary Rights) land which has long been occupied can be expedited to overcome delays in the normal application process."

Hajiji was speaking in a ceremony to hand over land titles and other events in Telupid today.

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