DBKL closes down illegal roadside stall operated by foreigners


  • Metro News
  • Tuesday, 21 Jul 2020

KUALA LUMPUR: A roadside eatery in Taman Sri Rampai was ordered to close by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) for operating without a valid licence.

A check by DBKL found that the premise was being operated by two United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees identity card holders from Myanmar.

"The premises were ordered to close indefinitely until the area is cleared of foreign workers," said mayor Datuk Nor Hisham Ahmad Dahlan.

He added that DBKL would also look into tearing down the structure along Jalan 3/27 here that sold nasi lemak, roti canai and lontong.

The operation on Tuesday (July 21) involved 13 officers from the enforcement department, and was done in accordance with the Local Government Act 1976.

The public are urged to forward information regarding businesses conducted by foreigners to the DBKL hotline at 1 800 88 3255 or directly to the nearest DBKL branch office.

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