SHAH ALAM, 7 January – The Selangor Department of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP) is offering assistance in recovering business documents damaged due to flooding.
Selangor KPDNHEP Director Muhamad Zikril Azan Abdullah said in a statement today that the assistance involves replacement or re-issue of Controlled Goods License (CSA) for traders affected by recent flooding in the state .
“KPDNHEP Selangor is sensitive and concerned about a handful of traders around Selangor who have also been physically affected (business premises) due to the recent flooding.
“Therefore, affected traders can apply through the BLESS 2.0 system at https://bless2.bless.gov.my/bless2select the license type, ask to print and attach a police report and a copy of the SSM,” he said.
For any enquiries, he said those affected could contact Nordiana Abdul or Izla Mazzura on 03-5514 4313 or 03-5514 4311 on working days.
Muhamad Zikril Azan said he has also mobilized 260 law enforcement officers in Selangor to monitor compliance with Keluarga Malaysia’s maximum price control program (SHMKM), which has been extended until to February 4 and extended to household items such as furniture.
He said the investigation into the category of basic necessities (furniture) was a proactive implementation under Ops Cakna which is effective from January 1 to 31.
“The purpose of implementing Ops Cakna is to prevent the occurrence of unreasonably high profit taking as well as the increase in the price of basic necessities in the market as a result of the floods in Selangor,” a- he declared.
Muhamad Zikril Azan said that during the implementation of SHMKM from last December to yesterday, a total of six violations were recorded, namely four cases for non-use of special price tags and the rest involving traders selling above the maximum price. — Bernama