Melaka aims to become squeaky clean city again


MELAKA: All the four local councils are to get down to work to make the historical city “squeaky clean” again, says Datuk Sulaiman Md Ali.

The Chief Minister said he hoped the mayor and three council presidents would work towards improving cleanliness as one of their top priorities.

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