Poor who rely on free meals go hungry


Waiting for better times: Homeless people at the Komtar bus terminal on the third day of the MCO in George Town, Penang.

GEORGE TOWN: Trishaw rider Rosman Alwi, 53, has not been able to find enough money to buy food since the movement control order (MCO) began.

Although Rosman managed to give a ride to two tourists from Johor on Thursday, he was stopped by police and told to send them straight back to their hotel.

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