Ramadan bazaars will be held, with some changes, says Annuar


Federal Territories Minister Annuar Musa in Putrajaya today to oversee decontamination works. He says Ramadan bazaars this year may be held with a maximum of only 50 stalls that are spaced out in any one place. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Kamal Ariffin, March 31, 2020.

THE management of Ramadan bazaars in the Federal Territories will be modified this year to prevent congestion at stalls, said Annuar Musa.

The Federal Territories minister said his ministry will work with the relevant parties before making an announcement soon.


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  • Go ahead, if any pandemic again, u must promise to resign. U will be assigned to take care of the COVID patients. If y dare to do it, u must be willing to be fully responsible for any undesirable outcome . Don't make a decision to ask others to suffer. Hell u go.

    Posted 1 year ago by James Wong

  • Reducing the number of stalls means more people queuing up for the limited choices available. The queues will be a mile long. That is, if people even want to queue. Bijak. This is an accident waiting to happen.

    Posted 1 year ago by Sameon says...

  • Cancel je la
    Other states already batalkan

    Posted 1 year ago by Lan Lan

  • He wants to project himself as the CARING minister! Eyes already on the next elections :))

    Posted 1 year ago by Simple Sulaiman

  • Otak kat lutut ke oiii?!!? Diam-diam masak kat rumah je lah...

    Posted 1 year ago by Kenix Peh

  • The PM must overturn the decision of this incompetent Minister.
    The Minister's decision goes against the MCO. A real idiot...

    Posted 1 year ago by Edwin Ng

  • What can I say for a minister who brain is not fully working

    Posted 1 year ago by Teruna Kelana

  • I agree with James Wong. As long as one person gets infected, you must assume full responsibility and resign immediately. It is so easy to put everyone's life at risk. Moreover if it is allowed, then might as well allow the pasar tani and pasar malams to operate with your ingenious self-discipline exercise. Talk about "may tihngs we can learn post MCO", what have you learnt from Tabligh cluster?

    Posted 1 year ago by Michael Chong

  • Very stupid decision just to appease a particular group of people for his own political reason. The Backdoor minister should resign.

    Posted 1 year ago by Rupert Lum

  • Bazaar is more important than saving human lives?? Figure that out..... He wants to be a hero folks. Spacing out the stalls = Social Distancing???

    Posted 1 year ago by Zainal Mohammed