Here are our most current efforts to transform Selangor into a liveable, economic, and smart state by 2025. 

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The INSAN programme is a Group Personal Accident Insurance Scheme open to Selangorians*, providing free insurance coverage of up to RM10,000 in the event of injuries, total permanent disability or death caused by accident.

*Terms and conditions apply 

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The stadium’s history dates back more than 28 years with it being Malaysia’s biggest stadium before the completion of Stadium Nasional Bukit Jalil in 1998. Located in Section 13, Shah Alam, this multi-purpose sports complex is the official home of Red Giants, Selangor F.C.

On July 15, the state government handed a letter of intent (LOI) to Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB) to come up with a proposal for the development of the Shah Alam Sports Complex. The State Government has agreed to establish a Steering Committee and a Working Committee to supervise and monitor the implementation of KSSA Development. A Special Project Unit (UPK) was also established.

The redevelopment of the Shah Alam Sports Complex will include commercial and residential component to further spur economic activities, providing opportunities for the area to be self-sustaining in the future. MBI invites members of the public to share their thoughts and wish lists on the redevelopment of Shah Alam Sports Complex.


Menteri Besar Selangor (Incorporated) was established under the Menteri Besar Selangor Enactment (Enactment No: 3 1994) on 21 September 1994. MBI Selangor is a body that was established to administer assets and investments of the State Government, and to represent the State in economic and business activities that are beyond the state government’s jurisdictions.


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