KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) continued with its exercise to crack down on illegal businesses operated by foreigners in the city, this time in the Wangsa Maju parliamentary constituency.
On Saturday, a team of five enforcement officers shut down three business premises run by foreigners under Section 101 (V) of the Local Government Act 1976.
The premises – two sundry stores and a barber shop – were located in Jalan Madrasah, Kuala Lumpur.
DBKL, in a statement, said those who wanted to alert the local authority about illegal businesses run by foreigners in Kuala Lumpur could call its hotline at 1 800 88 3255 or the nearest DBKL branch office.
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