As the president of Perak Consumer’s Association (PCA), I met about ten complaints on September 13 at their housing estate itself. Later, an additional thirteen complainants reported their grievances in prescribed forms. Now the total number of dissatisfied consumers from the Taman Bandar Meru Prima is 23.
PCA had written a letter dated 17/09/2020 to the developer. The developer’s lawyer replied via a letter dated 14/10/2020.
PCA is of the view that the developer had used legal technicality to avoid professionally proper management of defects. The complainants are prepared to show proof of the fact.
PCA is also supportive of the complainants to publicize their unhappiness by whatever lawful means like picketing with permission from the relevant authorities. PCA shall endeavor to obtain the necessary permits.
The complainants have the right to show their unhappiness because “every citizen has the right to freedom of speech and expression” as enshrined in Article 10 of the Malaysian Constitution.
We, PCA and the suffering complainants seek your cooperation to exercise this fundamental right of Malaysian citizens to use print media to express their dissatisfaction.
For and Behalf of the
ABD RAHMAN BIN SAID ALLI
Perak Consumer’s Association