Prasarana CEO suspended over mounting complaints


Diyana Ibrahim Lee Chi Leong

Prasarana Malaysia Bhd CEO Mohamed Hazlan Mohamed Hussin’s mandate was to set a new direction for the entity with a view to enhancing its level of service in the public transport sector. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, January 7, 2020.

MALAYSIA’S main public transport operator has suspended its chief executive officer over rising complaints about its services, several sources told The Malaysian Insight.

The Prasarana Malaysia Bhd board suspended Mohamed Hazlan Mohamed Hussin on Christmas Eve, mainly for public dissatisfaction over its light rail transit (LRT) services, the sources said.


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  • Good that he is suspended.The Kelana Jaya line is always packed like sardine for years and until today we are still waiting for additional trains to be added on. The trains are also old and dirty.

    Posted 10 months ago by Elyse Gim

  • 3 out of 4 ticketing machine malfunction? U put a form 5 China man company will make sure such outright inefficiency dies not happen. How can u allow your revenue collecting machine malfunction? He's a nut useless engineer/CEO. Maintenance work and management by Malaysia govt it govt linked companies have never been efficient. Destined to fail if contiNue with these big fat pay useless CEO!

    Posted 10 months ago by James Wong

  • Going on for Next Promotion!

    Posted 10 months ago by Swaminaidu Venkatasamy