'Petrol hike more of a burden than no plastic bag rule in S'gor'

comments     Kow Gah Chie     Published     Updated

The 20 sen charge imposed by the Selangor government through its "no plastic bag" ruling will not burden the people.

This is according to Adrian Yeo, a policy officer in the office of Selangor executive councillor Elizabeth Wong, who said this was because the people have a choice by using their own bags when purchasing goods at outlets.

Instead, Yeo claimed, the 20 sen a litre hike on the RON95 petrol price early this month has been a burden on consumers, for they have been affected by the increment.

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