'In today's operation, we want to ensure that the activities of these (remaining six) illegal factories are completely crippled through the electricity and water supply cuts,' he told reporters, adding that the action was taken in accordance with the MDKS
Licensing, Business Trade, and Industrial bylaws 2007.
'MDKS should have addressed all the problems arising such as unsatisfactory quality of cleaning services, poor road maintenance, non-functioning street lights and the issue of flash floods faced by the residents here first.
'We came to know about the matter via Whatsapp and MDKS Facebook applications and not through an official announcement,' he added.
He said that Saujana Utama residents, the majority of whom were tax-payers, still questioned the quality of works of MDKS until today which were not satisfactory including damaged street lights, pot-holed roads and garbage collection not according to schedule.