Panel of professionals shocked at conditions in Jln Othman Market

Modified 6 Jun 2020, 6:30 am

CORONAVIRUS | Petaling Jaya residents from the Persatuan Penduduk Petaling Jaya (MYPJ) have expressed their shock and dismay at conditions in the Jalan Othman Market, calling them deplorable and questioning its readiness for reopening after the Covid-19 lockdown under the enhanced movement control order (EMCO).

This was after a team of 10 professionals and experts went on a private inspection of the Jalan Othman market area in Petaling Jaya Old Town, which had been under lockdown since May 10 and is scheduled to reopen today...

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