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‘Food Delivery Blackout’ protesters hand memorandum to Grab HQ
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Approximately 100 food delivery riders have submitted a memorandum to the Grab headquarters in Petaling Jaya following issues of low delivery fares that they say are forcing them to work longer hours to earn the same amount.

This comes amid a 24-hour nationwide strike, dubbed “Food Delivery Blackout”, which started at midnight today to protest what the riders regarded as an unfair payment scale used by food delivery companies.

Riders under several companies, one of which being Grab Malaysia, gathered at...

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