Paya Jaras

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Paya Jaras is a state constituency in Malaysia, providing a seat in the Selangor State Assembly. It has a population of nearly 70,000. The population comprises 60% Malays, 30% Chinese and 10% Indians. Paya Jaras is part of the Subang parliamentary constituency.

It is also the name of a town in Selangor, Malaysia, which consists of four villages -- Kampung Paya Jaras Dalam, Kampung Paya Jaras Tengah, Kampung Paya Jaras Hulu and Kampung Paya Jaras Hilir.

Paya Jaras has a mix of traditional villages and a new village, as well as a number of residential areas. The middle to upper-class areas are Bukit Rahman Putra, Sierramas and Valencia, while the middle-class area is in areas like Aman Puri and Taman Ehsan. The lower-income residents are found in Aman Puri and Matang Jaya.

Issues that are of concern to residents are the maintenance of infrastructure like streetlights, roads and drains, public transport in smaller villages and minor floods during heavy downpours as a result from river overflows.

Paya Jaras has two schools.One of them is Sekolah Agama Menengah Paya Jaras.This school is the rural school at Paya Jaras and it is very small school.

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