Monday, 8 June 2015

[Today] Strictly enforce unobstructed mall walkways

On my visits to Chinatown Complex, I have observed that the ground floor is occupied by many shopping stalls in the passageways meant for shoppers. They are cluttered with goods that impede movement and compromise shoppers’ safety. Even the shops are doing the same. Such a situation is also evident in many Housing and Development Board shopping malls.
I understand that stalls need to display their wares to attract customers, but this should be kept within limits so that shoppers’ movement and safety are not compromised. They should think rationally, and not selfishly.
Clearing obstruction in walkways and passageways in shopping malls is for the common good, and rules should be strictly enforced by the authorities.