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IT is being argued by some quarters that the Gatco settlers, numbering over 400, have no legal right to get 3.2ha of land each, as they have asked for, from the Negri Sembilan state government.
Since they have exhausted their legal avenues through the courts, they have no choice but to accept the 1.6ha plus 0.8ha for buyers.
Buyers refer to a group of settlers who had left the scheme as well as close relatives of the original settlers.
Two groups of settlers
There are two groups of settlers in the scheme, the first one, those loyal to the Barisan Nasional government, have accepted 1.6ha for each family and 0.8ha for those wishing to purchase or buyers.
The remaining original settlers who have supported the opposition in general and Pakatan Harapan in particular consist around 110 settlers, both settlers and those who are regarded as buyers.
In fact, the original agreement with Gatco was for 4ha for each settler. Later it was reduced to 3.2ha.
Some have accepted the offer of 1.6ha and 0.8ha.
Refutation of rights
In fact, it is argued that the settlers who are asking for 3.2ha have no right whatsoever to demand from the government.
Since they lost their case in preventing Thamarai Holdings (which belongs to the Lotus Group of Companies) from buying the land, they have no rights whatsoever over the land.
As such, they have to accept the goodwill of the state government in accepting the 1.6ha and 0.8ha for those who want buy the land.
The argument that settlers have no right to the land is complete horse manure.
It is terrible betrayal of the long years of struggle and suffering of the settlers.
Yes, they lost their case in preventing a private company, Thamarai Holdings, from buying the land, but have they lost their right to 3.2ha of land that was affirmed by the court in the 1980s?
Those engaging in this nonsensical argument to deny the settlers their inherent right in the land scheme are not telling the truth.
They are trying to mislead the public as the Gatco settlers’ struggle has intensified over the years.
It will be an insult to the settlers to say that some political parties are misguiding them in demanding the impossible.
If the present decision-makers have done their job thoroughly to address the plight of the settlers, the matter would have been settled a few years ago as soon as the PH government came into power.
To say the provision of 1.6ha is an act of goodwill on the part of the state government is nothing but a mischievous attempt to rob the settlers of their fundamental rights.
Long years of struggle
The struggle of the settlers began not today or yesterday but more than 40 years ago.
They were brought from all over the country by the NUPW (National Union of Plantation Workers) through its company, Gatco (Great Alonioners Trading Company) to be settled in Kampung Gatco, Serting Ilir, Negri Sembilan.