Setiawangsa eateries face the music for blocking common areas


KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) confiscated items from 11 food outlets during an operation in Setiawangsa on Wednesday (April 24).

According to the DBKL Facebook page, the operators of five restaurants and six food stalls in Taman Sri Rampai, Jalan Wangsa Delima and Taman Danau Kota were found to have obstructed common areas such as footpaths, corridors, parking bays and roads.

The items confiscated include chairs, plastic tables, mobile stalls, gas tanks, metal shelves and a stove.

All the items were sent to DBKL storage in Jalan Lombong.

The post also stated that DBKL would conduct similar operations in all areas from time to time.

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