Labour Day: Nobody is hailing taxis now, says struggling taxi driver Pall Singh

Pall Singh says that since the MCO, he's lucky if he can get one passenger a week. Photo: PALL SINGH

Taxi driver Pall Singh has seen a 95% drop in business in the last month, since the movement control order was enforced on March 18.

I'd be lucky if I have one passenger a week, says Pall, 59. Every day, I drive around Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya and pray that I can get at least one passenger. I also wait at designated taxi stops. But sadly, there are not any passengers.

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