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Background Timeline

21st Aug 2021

The Government changed again the Committee had also sent appeal letters to the Unity Minister and the Prime Minister yet to get any response from both

2020 & 2021

(NOTE : COVID - 19 (MCO Period) Mar 2020 - Dec 2021)

24 Jan: Committee attended a meeting at JPM

Also present were officers from JPM-ICU, JKR and KP MITRA

Committee were told that RM5 Million has been approved and the agreement documents are being prepared

29 Feb: The Government changed hands and Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin became the 8th Prime Minister of Malaysia

This also brought a change in Unity Ministry which froze all approved grants for the year 2019

The Committee had sent appeal letters to the Unity Minister but there was no response

The Committee had also sent appeal letter to the Prime Minister but there was also no response


Committee submitted official application to JPM seeking Funds to complete the construction of the Temple

Director General of MITRA (JPM) visit/meets the main Committee at the Putrajaya Temple worksite and told that MITRA had been directed to look into the Temple Committee’s application for Fund to complete the Building

Jan: Application for Fund submitted to MITRA (JPM)

Nov: Committee were told to get the Ulasan Terkini from Kementerian Wilayah Persekutuan, Jabatan Tanah dan Galian and Perbadanan Putrajaya

Dec: Committee were told that a RM5 Million grant had been approved and was called to sign documents pertaining to the grant Agreement at JPM


May: The Persatuan’s 13th AGM was held, and new office bearers were elected

The new office bearers/committee had decided to put all Public Fund-Raising activities on hold and seek government funding to complete the Building of the Temple

The Committee approached YB. Senator P. Waytha Moorthy who was a Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (2018-2020)

The Committee was advised to submit application for Fund to the Jabatan Perdana Menteri


YBM. Datuk Seri Utama. Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor donated RM400K (Federal Territories Minister/Member of Parliament for Putrajaya)

Works were halted again due to lack of Fund


YBhg. Dato’ Sahadevan NLFCS donated RM500K. Construction work resumed

Mid- 2015

Ground works came to a halt due to lack of funds


Donation from well-wishers: RM 250,000.00


First Donation by Temple management: RM 35,000

The Construction Planning works started officially

Jabatan Perdana Menteri ( PM ) donated RM 500,000.00

22 Aug: Boomi/Vastu Pooja

29th Sep

Perbadanan Putrajaya approved the Building Plan from Architect (Planner)


Perbadanan Putrajaya gave approval to build the Temple


Soil test conducted


Jabatan Tanah dan Galian (Seksyen Harta & Tanah) gave approval to build the Hindu Temple

Temple plans/drawings were submitted to Perbadanan Putrajaya the Local Authority for approval. Strict requirements must be adhered to


Government allocated the land to the Persatuan to build the Hindu Temple


Government servants transferred to Putrajaya

Chronology of Events