Family Cheap Sale Program can be improved – Annuar

Annuar visiting a supermarket participating in the Malaysian Family Cheap Sale Program in Kota Kinabalu.-Bernama photo

KOTA KINABALU (Sept 11): Chairman of the Special Task Force On Jihad Against Inflation Tan Sri Annuar Musa on Sunday said implementation of the Malaysian Family Cheap Sale Program (PJMKM) is running smoothly.

However, he said, there are some improvements that could be made to make the program better.

These include increasing the number of stores, as well as streamlining the price tags and premises participating in the program, he added.

“Overall, the implementation (of PJMKM) throughout the country is going well and we hope that our target to implement it in 639 premises and 20 campuses can be achieved by Sept 15,” he told reporters after visiting a supermarket which is participating in the program here on Sunday.

Annuar, who is Communications and Multimedia Minister, said his visit to the supermarket was to observe whether the implementation of PJMKM was done according to the concept stipulated by the Special Task Force On Jihad Against Inflation.

He said the task force hoped to implement the program in all state constituencies nationwide.

“This program can be implemented at least once a week… what is important is that the people know about the program and the items that are offered at discount prices.

“As such, we are working with RTM to help promote this program to the public,” he said. – Bernama

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