Enforce OKU parking strictly


  • Letters
  • Friday, 02 May 2014

ISN’T it time we implement the OKU parking bay rule for the ­disabled strictly?

Why do we deprive them of this facility that is specially meant for them?

They are already disadvantaged, so depriving them of these facilities is unfair and wrong.

We can and must stop this.

Recently, at a Putrajaya parking area, I noticed two bays meant for the OKU happily being occupied by able-bodied people.

When I asked a guard nearby, he showed no interest. He just said: “I don’t know!”

Is this how we treat our dis­abled people? We should be ashamed of this attitude of ours.

Please be fair to them. Do not take what is rightfully theirs.

Where are the authorities to implement these rules?

 

BULBIR SINGH

Seremban

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