Good Samaritans look out for the poor


Suthan giving a food pack worth RM20 at his restaurant.

INDIVIDUALS in the Klang Valley are doing their bit to help people in their community who are suffering without monthly income and food during the movement control order (MCO).

Realising the hardship faced by daily wage earners who have lost their income due to the MCO, Bandar Sungai Long Centrepoint restaurant owner Suthan Mookaiah, 34, is on a mission to distribute 20 packs of essential food items to the needy, daily.

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