Klang Valley folk struggling to cope


KUALA LUMPUR: The daily routine of residents in some parts of the Klang Valley has been massively disrupted with many having to take leave to stock up on water with the prolonged unscheduled water cut.

A check on Jalan Setiawangsa here saw it congested with residents parking their vehicles along the two-lane road to fetch water from the public pipes that also served neighbouring Taman Keramat.

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