TO ENSURE transparency in its service delivery, Subang Jaya City Council (MBSJ) held a lot drawing session for the 2021 Ramadan bazaar trading sites at its headquarters in USJ5, Subang Jaya.
The panellists for the session comprised MBSJ councillors Kamarul Hisham Yeop Hashim, George Yap Kok Weng and Anbarasan Murugesu.
It was conducted in the presence of Subang Jaya deputy mayor Mohd Zulkurnain Che Ali.
A total of 440 lots were drawn for eight Ramadan bazaar locations under MBSJ.
They are located in Putra Heights (40 lots), USJ 4 (60), Pinggiran USJ (20), USJ 7 (30), Dataran Niaga Puchong Permai (50), Bandar Kinrara Section 5 (80), Taman Sri Serdang (100) and Taman Equine (60).
“The session was held to determine the lots for traders who completed MBSJ’s Ramadan bazaar application process, which was made available online for four days, ” said MBSJ Corporate and Strategic Management deputy director Azfarizal Abdul Rashid in a statement.
“The lots were drawn based on four categories, namely drinks, packed food, food cooked on-site and grilled food.”
He added that the session was witnessed by representatives from MBSJ’s Internal Audit Department and Integrity Department, to reflect the council’s commitment and transparency in ensuring the session was done with full integrity and without bias.