The recent acts of vandalism on facilities of the newly-launched Phase 2 of the Sungai Buloh-Kajang MRT line has spurred action from the Mass Rapid Transit Corporation (MRT Corp) – the company said it is working with operator Rapid Rail to find a way to fix the issue, according to The Sun.

Director of strategic communications and stakeholder relations Datuk Najmuddin Abdullah also urged Malaysians to be more civic conscious and take better care of public property, because the company would otherwise have to waste unnecessary funds and time on repairs.

“Everyone should be proud of this new facility and should play their part in looking after the facilities. Use them carefully and think of the next person who has to use them,” he said, adding that there are ongoing investigations to identify the suspects involved in the incidents, as well as the cost of the damages.

Najmuddin previously posted on Facebook about his disappointment regarding the vandalised facilities at the Merdeka, Bukit Bintang and Maluri stations, saying, “So many scratches on benches and walls. Damages in toilets – a toilet in an OKU [bathroom] was broken two days ago.”