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Repeat offence 3 times, MPSK will cancel licence of market traders

SUBANG JAYA, 10 Feb: Licences will be taken back if traders at morning and evening markets fail to meet the requirements set after repeating the offence three times.

The Licencing Director, Asfarizal Abdul Rashid, said that the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) is actively distributing notices to traders before enforcement is taken starting this March.

“Among the directives of the notice includes that licence holders need to maintain cleanliness during and after running their businesses.

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“We are also always monitoring to see if traders make use of the licences received or if they give it to others to trade,” he said in a press conference at the Taman Wawasan morning market.

Other requirements includes traders needing to hand their licences so that it can be seen easily, prepare trash bins and they have to always be present at the market.

Traders who refuse to do so and do not follow directions will be given a Compound Offer Notice (NTK) before their licence is cancelled after committing the offence after three times under the Traders By-law (MPSJ) 2007.

“We will directly enter the applicants that are in the reserve list to replace the traders whose licences have been cancelled without further notice,” he said.

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Repeat offence 3 times, MPSK will cancel licence of market traders

SUBANG JAYA, 10 Feb: Licences will be taken back if traders at morning and evening markets fail to meet the requirements set after repeating the offence three times.

The Licencing Director, Asfarizal Abdul Rashid, said that the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) is actively distributing notices to traders before enforcement is taken starting this March.

“Among the directives of the notice includes that licence holders need to maintain cleanliness during and after running their businesses.

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“We are also always monitoring to see if traders make use of the licences received or if they give it to others to trade,” he said in a press conference at the Taman Wawasan morning market.

Other requirements includes traders needing to hand their licences so that it can be seen easily, prepare trash bins and they have to always be present at the market.

Traders who refuse to do so and do not follow directions will be given a Compound Offer Notice (NTK) before their licence is cancelled after committing the offence after three times under the Traders By-law (MPSJ) 2007.

“We will directly enter the applicants that are in the reserve list to replace the traders whose licences have been cancelled without further notice,” he said.

NS

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