DBKL helps reunite 28 homeless individuals with families

Ravin Palanisamy Noel Achariam

DBKL is sheltering the homeless rounded up from the city during the movement-control order. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, May 6, 2020.

TWENTY-EIGHT homeless individuals from City Hall Kuala Lumpur’s temporary shelters have been reunited with their families.

At present, there are 633 individuals at its 10 temporary shelters, said DBKL community development and urban wellbeing department director Anwar Mohd Zain.

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