February 18, 2012 The Star Story and photos by ELAN PERUMAL
WORLD NEWS: Klang, Selangor, Malaysia
THE Klang Municipal Council’s decision to approve the Nadi Kota Uptown flea market at the site of the former North Klang bus terminal has not gone down well with traders in the area.
They feel that the council’s decision to approve the market which operates from 10pm to 4am daily is not a good idea.
The traders said this was because the bus terminal issue had not been resolved yet after the move to Klang Sentral in Meru four years ago.
Acting council president Mohd Ikhsan Mukri said the flea market was approved on a trial basis for three months and that their business would not be affected by the move.
He said the flea market would be allowed to operate only after 10pm when the buses stop entering the Jalan Pos Baru and Jalan Pos so that it would not affect the traffic flow in the area.
“The shops in the area are closed by the time the market opens and we do not see any problem here.
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