Calls for surplus to be spent on beneficial projects


MBPJs crematorium in Kampung Tunku was under-utilised due to wiring issues but nothing was done to address it for years. —filepic

THE Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) should spend the over half-a-billion ringgit in its coffers from unspent budget allocations on projects that will benefit stakeholders.

A coalition comprising about 30 residents groups, non-governmental organisations and ex-councillors that called itself MyPJ, said the money should be used to improve cleanliness and upgrade facilities such as food courts and wet markets.

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