MBSJ holds crow shoot to improve city’s cleanliness


A participant clearing the dead crows with a long clamp.

A CROW shooting drive by Subang Jaya City Council (MBSJ) yielded 4,066 dead crows.

Organised through the MBSJ Health Department with the support of Subang Jaya and Serdang police, the operation aimed to reduce the crow nuisance in the city.

The all-day operation involved 56 participants.

MBSJ Corporate and Strategic Management Department deputy director Azfarizal Abdul Rashid said the public should dispose of rubbish the right way to prevent an increase in the crow population.

“We need to work together to improve the cleanliness of the city,” he added.

For more information on MBSJ’s services and initiatives, ratepayers can visit the MBSJ website at www.mbsj.gov.my. For enquiries, call 03-8024 7700 (call centre).

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