Batu Caves makeover hits a snag


KUALA LUMPUR: The iconic Batu Caves temple is getting a makeover before Thaipusam which is just over 100 days away. But there is a catch – the temple committee does not have the local council’s permission and the Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) has slapped them with a warning notice.

MPS corporate communications director Mohamad Zin Masoad said the council had served the warning notice under the Streets Drainage and Building Act 1976.

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