PUSA: The Sri Aman Development Agency (SADA) is looking for new opportunities to benefit communities in the division with the relocation of Indonesia’s capital from Jakarta to East Kalimantan.
Sada chairman Datuk Seri Rohani Abdul Karim said Sarawak including SADA must be prepared for the impending development.
“My main concern through SADA at the moment is the latest developments in Indonesia.
“The capital will be very close to us, so let the community benefit from the development there, maybe in supplying goods … we have to be prepared,” she said after visiting the Malaysian Family Sales Programme for the Batang Lupar parliamentary constituency at Dataran Tandang Sari, here on Sunday.
Rohani, who is also Batang Lupar MP, said SADA would be having its committee meeting on Jan 28.
“God willing, we will discuss the matter. Apart from that, we will also be re-evaluating the list of big projects to boost development in the SADA area.
“Who knows, there may be another list of new projects that will be given priority as it involves many state and parliamentary constituencies,” she said.