Abandoned cars and dirty alleys in Bandar Putra Permai


(From left) Leong, Chang and Liew looking at an abandoned car in Jalan BPP 8/2.

BUSINESS owners at the Jalan BPP 8 commercial area in Bandar Putra Permai, Seri Kembangan, want the authorities to clear back lanes and tow away abandoned cars in the area.

Equine Autocare Sdn Bhd manager Ivan Leong, who has operated a car workshop in the area for a decade, was hospitalised for a week because of dengue two years ago.

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