An entrepreneur participating in the People’s Income Initiative (IPR) has urged the public not to interfere with their livelihoods following recent incidents of self-service IPR machines being intentionally disabled, preventing them from operating. Referring to an incident at KTM Bukit Mertajam, Amiruddin Ahmad Abdul Jalil expressed frustration over vandalism, emphasizing the challenges of early morning food preparation for sale.
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He called for respect for those seeking a living and suggested locking the machine’s switch to prevent interference and providing backup power in case of electrical outages. Fomca proposed CCTV installation at IPR machine locations to deter vandalism.