Food banks cleaned out leaving those truly in need with nothing


For the needy: Shop owner Rosidah Mansor stocking up a food bank with bags of essential items in Bayan Baru. — CHAN BOON KAI/The Star

GEORGE TOWN: With the emergence of the White Flag movement, more kind-hearted Malaysians are coming out to set up food banks.

Unfortunately, some food banks were met with abuse. Rations laid out for the needy were cleaned out in a short time, often by the same individuals.

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