Caution alert as Ramadan bazaars open

KUALA LUMPUR: After a year of absence due to Covid-19 restrictions, Ramadan bazaar traders finally began welcoming customers yesterday, albeit on a much restrained note as heavy rain and thunderstorms kept most customers away. The New Straits Times observed that most traders either had to close early or wait for the downpour to pass. At the bazaar in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, regular food trader Nurul Huda Fuad, known for her “Murtabak Raja”, said business was slower than usual. “It’s around 50 per cent down. In 2019, we would have double this crowd and the queues would be forming,” she said at …

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