Petaling Street traders ignore DBKL deadline

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  • Friday, 20 Nov 2015

In a huff: Ang (centre) with Petaling Street traders who are protesting against the letters of undertaking sent to them by DBKL.

PETALING JAYA: Traders, up in arms over what they claim is an unfair licence requirement by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL), have ignored a deadline set by the authority.

The more than 770 traders in Petaling Street also want to meet the mayor over the issue, which is about a letter of undertaking sent to them by DBKL.

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