MPAJ ups game plan to ensure relocation of stalls


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  • Wednesday, 19 Dec 2018

At night, some 20 food stalls operate near this steep slope in Jalan Hulu Langat, Bukit Ampang. In broad daylight, the risk of what they do is even clearer. — Photos: SHAARI CHE MAT and M. AZHAR ARIF/The Star

VISITORS to the roadside stalls at Bukit Ampang in Jalan Hulu Langat best be aware that they can be fined for parking illegally by the roadside, starting this month.

Fed up with the attitude of stubborn hawkers operating illegally at the dangerous spot, Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) will up its game plan as it joins forces with the police to slap summonses on those frequenting the stalls.

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