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Petaling Street is a third world makeshift shopping place

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The number of hawkers should be reduced to make walkway more spacious. A middle row of hawkers should be removed if Petaling Street wanted to be an attractive shopping place for local and foreign tourists.

Besides, more foreign workers or bosses are returned to Petaling Street and 90% of stalls are selling same products.

I will not buy anything from Petaling Street.

Petaling Street hawkers stage protest

By STEVEN DANIEL

KUALA LUMPUR: Some 100 hawkers staged a demonstration at the Petaling Street hawker centre here Tuesday, protesting against the issuance of new stall licences.

They claimed some parties had applied for licences to open new hawker stalls in the area and were concerned this would cause overcrowding.

There are 773 stalls in the area now, and the hawkers claimed the parties had applied for licences for another 100 stalls.

The protest began at 10.30am with the group shouting and holding up placards demanding that Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) cancel all the new applications.

Bukit Bintang MP Fong Kui Lun, who was at the scene, said he would bring up the issue with the mayor Tan Sri Ahmad Fuad Ismail during a meeting […]