One more letter to DBKL to relocate Danau Kota pasar malam, moved by residents like Jack Quah

Has DBKL the “political will” to make it happen and give meaning to BN’s slogan “Rakyat Diutamakan”?

The following is a copy of the letter which is cc-ed to Encik Jack Quah. The content of the letter is self-explanatory …

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9 thoughts on “One more letter to DBKL to relocate Danau Kota pasar malam, moved by residents like Jack Quah

  1. jack

    hi YB ,

    one week pass already , no reply from them ?? is it so hard for them to read the letter ?? darn ..

    regard
    jack

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  2. Rosli

    DBKL officers are inconsiderate and insensitive. If they are they would not have moved the pasar malam from Section 2 to Danau Kota when they knew very well that there are many residents int he area.

    Please do not expect them to respond because the officers are just incompetent and dancing to their political masters.

    However, I hope that Datuk Bandar will put the government policy of “Rakyat Didahulukan” at the forefront of DBKL decision on this particular matter.

    The residents are suffering nightly. Please move the pasar malam away from the residential houses fast before the rakyat is fed up with the BN government.

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  3. Anonymous

    2011 august already, the midnight pasar is still there, I hate the midnight pasar!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. weechookeong Post author

      Wa Ka & Anpnymous,

      I know the problems caused by the midnight market/Bazar Larut Uptown to the residents nearby. I fully sympathised with you and the other residents and shop owners nearby whose business have also been affected in one way or another. I have brought up this matter in every session of Parliament and meeting with Datuk Bandar Kuala Lumpur. Please be informed that Datuk Bandar Kuala Lumpur has agreed in principle that this Bazar Larut Uptown had to be moved to a suitable location i.e. far away from residential area.

      I have written several letters to DBKL about this and the outstanding issue now is that DBKL is still looking for a suitable location. I am waiting for a meeting with Datuk Bandar KL, which I believe will be held soon. Please be assured that at this meeting I will definitely press for a definite solution. In the interim, I will keep on writing to DBKL over the issue.

      I regret that this matter cannot be resolved as quickly as I would like. It is quite a complicated issue whereby the interests of all had to be taken into account. An immediate stop of trading activities will also caused problems to the traders, whose living will be gravely affected. Therefore, it is not an easy task for me.

      However, I will do definitely do my best to have the Bazar Larut Uptown moved to a suitable place at the earliest possible time.

      Thank you for your comments.

      With kindest regards

      wee choo keong

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  4. megan

    The midnight bazaar has making us crazy….everynight the cars will pass by our housing area and looking for parking….come on!!!this is housing area and not common area for parking…..yesterday night someone has broken our plant just because he/she can’t park the car infront of our main entrance…this is TOO MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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