Traders urge dialogue before DBKL blows RM10 million on stall upgrades

Noel Achariam

Traders say the authorities should hold engagement sessions with hawkers' representatives for input on where and how to spend the RM10 million allocation DBKL has received to upgrade stalls in the city. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, September 7, 2023.

HAWKERS and traders associations in Kuala Lumpur urged the authorities to engage with them on how the RM10 million allocated by Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim to upgrade stalls in the city would be utilised.

They said if the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) was in charge of the funds, it must provide plans for the upgrades.

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