MPSJ’s fly-the-flag campaign inspires patriotism

MPSJ president Noraini Roslan (front row, centre) and MPSJ deputy president Mohd Zulkarnain Che Ali (in red tie) with the winners of MPSJ’s Kempen Kibar Jalur Gemilang.

SUBANG Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) marked the conclusion of this year’s Kempen Kibar Jalur Gemilang with a prize-giving ceremony for winners at its headquarters in USJ 5, Subang Jaya.

The campaign, which marked an extension of Kempen Jom Kibar, Terima Kasih Malaysia, was held in conjunction with National Day and Malaysia Day celebrations.

MPSJ Corporate and Strategic Management Department deputy director Azfarizal Abdul Rashid said in a statement that the campaign was aimed at encouraging patriotism among the local community and serving as a platform for them to express their gratitude to frontliners for the latter’s role in curbing the Covid-19 pandemic.

The campaign was open to homeowners and communities as well as business owners.

The community section was divided into two categories, with the first prize winner taking home RM2,000, while the second and third prize winners bagged RM1,500 and RM1,000, respectively.

The first prize in the residential area/village category went to Kampung Sri Andalas.

The second prize was awarded to USJ 11/3 Subang Jaya Residents Association (RA) and third prize to TS Serdang Phase IV RA.

Residents of Pangsapuri Pangsa Perdana in Puchong Perdana swept all three prizes in the apartment category, with Blocks C, E and D winning first, second and third prizes respectively.

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