Plaza Rakyat buyers want meeting with FT Minister


The abandoned Plaza Rakyat site in Jalan Pudu was once filled up with rainwater before it was drained two years ago for health and safety reasons.

PLAZA Rakyat unit buyers want to meet with Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abdul Samad to find an amicable solution to “pending issues, ” including compensation for the late delivery of the project.

This proposed meeting was mooted in light of reports on the revival of two white elephants in Kuala Lumpur, namely Plaza Rakyat and the Grand Duta Hyatt hotel project, to reduce the eyesore of abandoned buildings despite a slowdown in overall development in the capital city.

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