'Would Ku Nan now take public transport?'

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Federal Territories Minister Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor has been asked if he is willing to travel via public transport daily, to realise his idea to ban car parking bays in Kuala Lumpur city centre.

"Ask the minister, is he and his family willing to take the LRT, bus or monorail for their daily commutes in Kuala Lumpur?

"Maybe his answer would be, 'I'm afraid my family would be kidnapped' as he did when asked on declaration of assets," PKR treasurer Tan Yee Kew said in a statement.

Tengku Adnan was earlier quoted as saying that the Kuala Lumpur City Hall will study the possibility of banning car parking bays in buildings in the city centre, emulating practices in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Melbourne and London...

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