Kuala Lumpur, March 3 (BNA): The number of people affected by the floods in four Malaysian states, “Johor, Pahang, Negeri Sembilan and Malacca”, has risen to 31,375 as of Thursday evening, according to the Malaysian national news agency Bernama.
The annual monsoon floods in Johor state have forced more than 25,000 people to seek shelter in relief centres.
The government’s disaster management committee also announced that all ten districts of the state were affected after heavy rains continued, which led to a rise in water levels in several rivers in the state. the state.
Flooding is an annual phenomenon in Malaysia due to the northeast monsoon that brings heavy rains from November to March.