February 24, 2012 New Straits Times By FAIRUZ MOHD SHAHAR
WORLD NEWS: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) will have a final dialogue with Datuk Keramat Hawkers and Petty Traders Association members on Feb 29 to solve the issue of the traders’ reluctance to move into the Keramat Mall.
City Hall deputy director general (socio-economy development) Datuk Amin Nordin Abd Aziz said the dialogue session would be led by mayor Tan Sri Ahmad Fuad Ismail.
“The Datuk Keramat traders are giving excuses to not move into Keramat Mall. According to the mayor, this will be the final negotiation for the traders to move into the complex.
“If they keep refusing, we will offer the lots to others,” said Amin, adding that many other traders, especially from Taman Keramat area, have shown an interest to run their businesses in the complex.
Streets had highlighted the issue of Keramat Mall turning into a while elephant despite modern facilities and infrastructure as it failed to get Datuk Keramat market traders to relocate here.
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