Hitting the roof over poor upkeep

Residents of Bandar Tasik Selatan Low-Cost Apartments in Kuala Lumpur are calling for better upkeep of the complex. Among them are Nor Zaimi (in blue t-shirt), Firdaus (on Nor Zaimi’s right) and Mohd Fadli (on Firdaus’ right).

FRUSTRATED by frequent lift breakdowns, water supply cuts and other maintenance issues, residents of Bandar Tasik Selatan Low-Cost Apartments in Kuala Lumpur are demanding that a more capable joint management body (JMB) be elected to replace the current one.

They alleged that the current JMB had been negligent in their duties and had not held an annual general meeting since the members took office in 2017.

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