MPSJ: Stop patronising dirty eateries!

SUBANG JAYA (Jan 31): They are dirty and they would most probably give you an upset tummy but some folks here still insist on buying food from dirty eateries.

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Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) president Noraini Roslan has now called on people here to stop patronising them, reported The Star today.

Noraini revealed yesterday that MPSJ will be launching a blitz against dirty eateries, “starting with council supervised stalls and eateries before moving on to inspect restaurants”.

And this is how it goes: Makan places scoring a C or D grade “will be closed and ordered to clean up before a second inspection is done”.

And a stern warning for recalcitrant food vendors – they will be made to vacate their stalls and “new tenants given the opportunity to take up the rental slot” if the former fail to “maintain a grade above C”.

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