Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) mayor, Mohd Azizi Mohd Zain, has confirmed that the ongoing Pay-Traffic-Summons campaign will not have its deadline (which is today) extended. Launched on December 1 last year, the mayor said that the public has had enough time time to clear off their summonses already.

According to The Sun, Mohd Azizi ensured members of the public that MBPJ’s operating systems has and will be fully functional and ready to cope with the influx of large crowds coming to pay up.

“I have also instructed the Treasury department to open all payment counters and if needed, open additional payment counters to cater to the public so that they do not need to come back again,” he added.

The city council’s office has been opened throughout the weekend to give the public more time to clear off any summonses at the discounted rate. Today, February 29, is the last day of the campaign, and your last chance to clear off your summonses.

Following today’s deadline, Mohd Azizi said that those who haven’t paid up will have their names submitted to the Road Transport Department (JPJ) for further action.