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MPKj: Come speak to us
Writer: Lee Choon Fai
Published: Fri, 07 Dec 2012

KAJANG: The Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj)  is urging disgruntled residents who are objecting to a new bus-stop along Persiaran Impian here to voice their concerns rather than taking matters into their own hands.

Hasan says he saw a man in his 40s trying to dislodge the frame on Tuesday afternoon.

MPKj councillor Eddie Ng said an unidentified man tried to dismantle parts of the incomplete bus-stop situated near the Silk Highway in Taman Impian Ehsan on Tuesday.

Its construction is being met with   opposition from residents who feel the location is inappropriate.

“We had already taken the safety aspects into consideration such as the distance (of the bus-stop) from the junction, the width of the road, and whether a stopping bus will cause congestion,

“If residents think there are other factors that make the location unsuitable, it is better to tell MPKj and not take matters into your own hands,” said Ng after a site visit yesterday

He added that MPKj will lodge a police report for vandalism if there’s another incident.

Eyewitness Hasan Sarwan said he was just across the road when he saw a man approximately 40 years of age trying to dislodge the frame at 6pm on Tuesday.

“At first I thought he was just one of the contractors who came back to fix a minor mistake, but he was trying to dislodge the framework instead,” said Hasan.

He said the man left shortly after in his Proton Wira when he could not move the frame.

The bus-stop is one of 33 new ones currently being constructed throughout Kajang and is a National Key Result Area (NKRA) project under the Transport Ministry.

Management of the bus-stops will be transferred to MPKj upon completion.

 

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