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PETALING JAYA: Highway concessionaires Lingkaran Trans Kota (Litrak) and Sprint played hosts to 2,000 guests at their recent Hari Raya open house themed "Nostalgic 50s" recently.
Guests, comprising personnel from the Works Ministry, highway operators, police and residents associations, thronged Litrak's headquarters in Bandar Sunway in PJS 9.
Stalls offering an array of food such as pasembur, gulai kawah, apam balik, lemang and cendol were set up around the premises.
Fifty orphans from Rumah Nur Kasih Bestari, Segambut Dalam and single mothers also received duit raya and Raya goodies from Malaysian Highway Authority director-general Datuk Ismail Md Salleh and Litrak chief executive officer Sazally Saidi.
Among those present were Stormwater Management and Road Tunnel (SMART) chief operating officer Mohd Fuad Kamal Ariffin, Bukit Aman Traffic Police chief SAC Datuk Abdul Aziz Yusof, Kuala Lumpur police chief Datuk Mohmad Salleh and deputy Datuk Amar Singh.