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Police: We’re targeting Gang 35 members, not Indians

Kedah police chief Datuk Asri Yusoff, “This has nothing to do with any race. It just so happens that most Gang 35 members are Indians.”

22 October 2017


Two Geng 35 members charged with joining organised crime group

SUNGAI PETANI: Two men were charged in the sessions court here today with being members of the organised crime group known as “Geng 35” for the past two years.

S. Jagan, 23, and S. Ramachandran, 26, both former security guards, were charged with being members of the group in the district since early January 2015 to the end of September this year.

They were charged under Section 130V(1) of the Penal Code (Act 574) which provides for an imprisonment of up to 20 years, if found guilty.

Both the accused nodded after the charge was read out before Judge Priscilla Hemalini Nadarajan.

However, no plea was recorded from them.


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Dua pemuda dituduh sertai Geng 35 Sungai Petani.



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23 July 2017


“This has nothing to do with any race. It just so happens that most Gang 35 members are Indians.”

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4 suspects held for molotov cocktail attack on police HQ

July 23, 2017

The four are believed to be part of a gang in Sungai Petani angry that police have arrested several of their members.

PETALING JAYA: Police have detained four suspects believed to be involved in throwing a Molotov cocktail at the district police headquarters in Sungai Petani, The Star Online reported.

State CID chief SAC Mior Faridalathrash Wahid said the four men were aged between 25 and 41.

They were arrested at three locations during an operation early today in Taman Ria Jaya, Jalan Bakar Sampah and Bandar Mutiara in Sungai Petani.

One of the suspects, aged 30, has seven previous convictions for gambling, causing hurt and causing mischief.

Police: We’re targeting Gang 35 members, not Indians


SUNGAI PETANI: Kedah police have rubbished claims that they are singling out Indians in their bid to enforce the law.

The accusations come hot on the heels of a Molotov cocktail attack on the Kuala Muda police headquarters early Saturday.

Responding to the accusations, Kedah police chief Datuk Asri Yusoff said the handwritten note left by the two attackers, who claimed that police were targeting the Indian community, were off the mark.

He explained that police are focusing their efforts on smashing the notorious Gang 35, and it is just a coincidence that the majority of the gang’s members are Indian.

“This has nothing to do with any race. It just so happens that most Gang 35 members are Indians.

“We are not singling out any ethnic group in enforcing the law,” he told a press conference at the Kuala Muda police headquarters here late Saturday.

22 July 2017


Suspected gang members throw molotov cocktail at Kuala Muda police headquarters


The policeman found a banner which has 04 and Nazi logos, warning the police to immediately halt the ongoing crackdown against the underworld gang. (pix by OMAR OSMAN)

Gang sends fiery warning to Kedah police


The scorch mark on the road left behind by a molotov cocktail hurled at the Kuala Muda police station.

SUNGAI PETANI: Two suspected gang members on a motorcycle threw a Molotov cocktail at the entrance of the Kuala Muda district police headquarters here early Saturday.

According to a police source, the incident occurred near the gate of the main entrance at about 3.30am.

The source said a policeman on sentry duty saw two men on a yellow motorcycle trying to hang a banner on the gate.

When he approached them, they fled on their motorcycle but not before throwing a Molotov cocktail at the entrance, leaving a black scorch mark on the road.

The policeman later found a banner that included the phrase “last warning for PDRM”, believed to be in relation to a recent crackdown on gang members in the state.



5 April 2017


2 ‘Mamak Gang’ members shot dead

IPOH: Police shot dead two men believed to be members of the notorious “Mamak Gang” who attempted to attack them following a high-speed chase in Jalan Tanjung Rambutan-Tanah Hitam, Chemor, near here, yesterday.

Acting Perak police chief Hasnan Hassan said the duo, dubbed “Misai” and “Ganesh”, aged between 30 and 50, were gunned down about 9.30pm during a patrol conducted by the Bukit Aman (federal police) Serious Crimes Division as well as Perak and Penang Criminal Investigation Department personnel.

He said the team initially spotted the suspects, who were behaving in a suspicious manner, in a Toyota Vios car in Tanjung Rambutan.

“The police tried to stop the car, but it sped off along Jalan Tanjung Rambutan-Tanah Hitam.

“As the car reached a bend, police managed to intercept the vehicle. The driver had attempted to ram into the police car but the (Vios) car skidded,” he told a press conference here today.

Hasnan said the driver then fired four shots while his accomplice alighted from the vehicle and tried to attack the cops with a machete.

“At this juncture, the police team had to shoot,” he said, adding that no policeman was injured in the incident.

4 April 2017

When Police Special Ops met Gang 36


Assaulted cops were special operatives

PETALING JAYA, April 4 — Three police officers assaulted on Saturday morning in Bangsar were special tactical operatives who had just finished gathering evidence on secret society activities in the area.

A police source told Malay Mail the trio, from the Bukit Aman Special Task Force for Anti-Vice, Gambling and Gangsterism (STAGG), were walking near Club Echo at about 4.30am when the incident took place.

He said they were returning to their car parked near the club when they came across a scuffle among customers.

“One of the men from the club shouted at the officers, provoking them with gang names before 10 others came charging towards the policemen armed with wooden sticks and assaulted them,” he said.

Two of the officers suffered injuries and received treatment at Hospital Kuala Lumpur. One of them needed 30 stitches to his head

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2 April 2017


Tiga suspek terbabit direman bagi siasatan mengikut Seksyen 148 Kanun eseksaan.



Three arrested over attacking policemen at nightspot

KUALA LUMPUR: Three suspects, aged between 24 and 26, were arrested today over an attack on three policemen from a Bukit Aman elite force at a nightspot on Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar early on Saturday.

Brickfields police chief ACP Sharul Othman Mansor said the case is being investigated for rioting with weapons.

Police are on the hunt for the remaining attackers who are at large.

In the incident, two of the policemen suffered serious head and bodily injuries when more than a dozen men who were at the Echo Club and believed to be from an underworld gang, set upon them at about 4.30am, a stone’s throw away from a police beat.

1 April 2017

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Gang attacks 3 policemen in Bangsar

z3Three policemen, who were investigating a fighting incident along the happening stretch of Jalan Telawi 3 in Bangsar here, were assaulted by a group of men, early this morning.

KUALA LUMPUR: Three policemen, who were investigating a fighting incident along the happening stretch of Jalan Telawi 3 in Bangsar here, were assaulted by a group of men, early this morning.

In the 4.30am incident, the trio were investigating an incident where six party-goers, who had just left Echo Club, were assaulted by a gang of eight men.

A police source said the gang members were drunk and one of them had pointed a gun at the victims. They fled the scene and lodged a police report.

When the three policemen came to inspect the scene, an unknown man appeared from the Echo Club and shouted at the police, asking them “What’s your problem?”.

Then about eight to 10 men armed with wooden sticks and bottles came out from the club and assaulted the trio.

One of the attackers allegedly shouted, “”How dare you disturb Gang 36?”.

One of the policemen shouted “Police” but to no avail as the men continued to attack the trio.

The men eventually fled when one of the policemen whipped out his gun.

21 March 2017

Gang 24


Twelve, including Datuk Seri, charged with rioting in Penang nightclub row


GEORGE TOWN: Twelve individuals, including a Datuk Seri, were today charged at the magistrate’s court here with rioting last Saturday.

All of them claimed trial when the charge was read to them before magistrate Mohamed Amin Shahul Hamid.

The 12, along with several still at large, were charged with rioting at an entertainment outlet in Jalan Burma here about 4am on March 18.

They were Tan Ban Chuan, 46; Loh Peng Kok, 35; Ng Hao Ning, 29; Muhamad Naim Abdull Rahman, 18; J. Shatheeswaran, 24; N. Kartiga, 26; Curtis Veeran, 19; Tan Teong Boon, 24; Teoh Chee Seng, 36; Siow Peir Sheng, 24; Teoh Kim Teik, 20 and Tan Kai Chong, 21.
Amin set bail at RM3,000 each with one surety after Rayer applied to the court to grant his clients bail, and fixed May 5 for case management.


DPP seeks High Court hearing for Gang 24 case


GEORGE TOWN: The prosecution in the case of a Datuk Seri and 21 others charged with being members of the infamous Gang 24 in Penang has requested for the case to be heard at a High Court.

DPP Saiful Edris Zainuddin issued a consent and requisition in the Sessions Court here for the case to be heard in the High Court as it falls under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma).

Businessman Datuk Seri Ng Chian Sia, 55, believed to be the gang’s top boss, and 21 other men were arrested during an operation code named Ops Cantas Mutiara launched on Jan 28 by the Bukit Aman Criminal Investigations Department and Penang Criminal Investigations Department.

Also charged are Teh Swee Chin, 31, Bee Hooi Siang, 44, Eee Ching Hock, 44, and Jeremy Cheng Yee Fun, 34, for being members of Gang 24 between Jan 1, 2015, and Jan 29 this year in George Town.

7 March 2017

Geng 36

The accused included Datuk M. Kalai Arasu. Despite being listed as the leader of Gang 36 in a list purportedly issued by the Home Ministry during Ops Cantas in 2013, Kalai Arasu has always denied links to the underworld.




7 March 2017

Datuk among 29 members of Gang 360 Devan charged

KAJANG: Twenty-nine men, including a Datuk believed to be with Gang 360 Devan, were charged at the Sessions Court here with taking part in organised crime, amid tight security.

Outside the courthouse, several policemen, wearing balaclavas and holding machine guns, stood guard.

Inside the court, more than a dozen policemen were on duty, assisted by several plainclothes personnel.

The accused were aged between 25 and 74.

The large number of accused spilled out of the dock, with all re­­quired to stand throughout the hearing.

The charges were read out in Tamil. The accused nodded that they understood the charges. No plea was recorded.

Datuk Kalai no longer MIC member since arrested as part of Gang 360 Devan


PETALING JAYA: Businessman and politician Datuk Kalai Arasu Muniandy is no longer attached to the MIC.

According to a source close to the party leadership, Kalai Arasu, 45, or Kajang Kalai as he is popularly known, had been part of the faction led by former party president Datuk Seri G. Palanivel during the party’s recent crisis.

“During the party crisis those who were with the opposing team were not recognised as party members with their membership deemed null and void.

The 45-year-old was among 30 men believed to be members of Gang 360 Devan who were charged at the Kajang Sessions court, today, under the Security Offences and Special Measures Act (Sosma) for alleged involvement in organised crime activities.

He was charged under Section 130V1 of the Penal Code for offences related to organised crime, which carries a maximum 20 years jail term if convicted.

Kalai Arasu who reportedly joined MIC in 2000 and had served as the MIC’s Hulu Langat division Youth chief for more than a decade.

He was also a member of the MIC national youth council and the treasurer of Selangor MIC Youth

He was shot three times by two unknown assailants on a motorcycle while sitting in a coffeeshop in Kajang in 2010.

Hospitalised for two weeks, Kalai Arasu survived his ordeal. His brother M. Thanabalan also reportedly survived a gun attack in 2013.

Despite being listed as the leader of Gang 36 in a list purportedly issued by the Home Ministry during Ops Cantas in 2013, Kalai Arasu has always denied links to the underworld.

6 March 2017

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29 men, including Datuk, charged with being members of ‘Geng 360 Devan’


KAJANG: Twenty-nine men, including a ‘Datuk’, were jointly-charged at the sessions court here today for being members of the organised crime group “Geng 360 Devan.”

The accused, aged between 21 and 61, nodded in understanding when the charges were read by a translator before Judge Noridah Adam.

They were M. Mohan, P. Subramaniam, S. Ravindran, S. Raman, R. P. Ponniah, E. Shanmuhanathan, A. Karpanah, J. J. Jignasevaran, R. Prem Raj, V. Arivalagan, R. Suresh Kumar, M. Thananbalan, Datuk M. Kalai Arasu, M. Saravanan, R. Sundran, A. K. R. Erethai Pragash, T. Ravendaran, M. Danes, S. Siveneswaran, V. A. R. Vigny Alfred Raj, R. Subramaniam, R. Kannan, M. Saravanan, M. Jayakumar, P. Karthik, I. Ravindran, S. Krishna, Mohamad Sarif Abd Karim and R. Yogendran.

No pleas were recorded.


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Seramai 29 ahli geng360 Devan’ termasuk seorang Datuk didakwa di Mahkamah Majistret Kajang hari ini atas pertuduhan mengikut SOSMA



Datuk didakwa ahli Geng 360 Devan


9 Feb 2017

Who is this Datuk Seri, a businessman in his 50s, the leader of Gang 24 in Penang? Police believe that he is linked to the murder of Datuk Ong Teik Kwong (Dr M, No. 2 in the gang), who was allegedly shot by his bodyguard near the Penang Bridge on December 1.

Which is the political party the Datuk Seri and the 4 Datuks are involved in?

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Cops: Gangsters financed by VIPs

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 9 ― A Datuk Seri and four Datuks involved in politics were recently nabbed over their involvement with violent gangs.

Police warned more gang members will be picked up soon.

The Datuk Seri, a businessman in his 50s, was picked up on January 27. He was the leader of Gang 24 in Penang and was linked to the murder of Datuk Ong Teik Kwong, who was allegedly shot by his bodyguard near the Penang Bridge on December 1.

“He has a money-lending business and ran an ice cube company,” a police source in the thick of the investigations revealed.

“The Datuk Seri financed the Penang gang and gave out instructions to the members.”

Bukit Aman Criminal Investigations Department director Datuk Seri Mohmad Salled said the four Datuks, in their 40s and 50s, were ranking members of Gang 360 Devan ― a splinter group of Gang 36. They were arrested at various locations in Kuala Lumpur last Friday.

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8 Feb 2017

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‘Datuk Seri’ with suspected gang ties among 114 detained under Sosma

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 8 — A ‘Datuk Seri’ and five ‘Datuks’ were among 114 individuals detained under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act (Sosma) 2012 in Ops Cantas since 2015.

Bukit Aman CID director Datuk Seri Mohamad Salleh said those detained were believed to be members of secret societies (gangsters).

They were members of Gang 360 Deven (Klang Valley), Gang 24 (Penang), Gang William (Pahang) Gang Latino Dago (Colombia), Gang 04 Sungai Siput, Gang 21 Japan and Gang 04 Paper Kumar (Penang).

“Police seized 22 pistols, one rifle, 916 bullets, cash RM167,193, two vehicles, jewellery and drugs worth RM1.75 million,” he told a press conference here, today.

On January 27, police detained 22 members of Gang 24 including a ‘Datuk Seri’ under Sosma, together with three firearms, 60 rounds of ammunition and cash RM130,000. Nine others are still at large.

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6 ‘Datuk’ among 114 suspected gangsters arrested

February 8, 2017

Police have also seized guns and drugs in the Klang Valley, Penang and Johor since 2015 under ‘Ops Cantas Khas’.

6 ‘Datuk’ among 114 suspected gangsters arrested


KUALA LUMPUR: Police have arrested 114 suspected gangsters, including six with “Datuk” and “Datuk Seri” titles, since 2015.

In all, police have seized 22 handguns, one rifle, 916 bullets, drugs worth RM1.75 million, jewellery, RM167,193 in cash, and two vehicles – a Toyota Fortuner and a Mazda CX5, Federal Criminal Investigation Department director Mohmad Salleh said today.

The raids and arrests were carried out under “Ops Cantas Khas” which began in 2015.

Mohmad said in the latest arrests on Feb 3, police nabbed 38 suspected thugs between the ages of 19 and 62, affiliated with “Geng 360 Devan”.

Four of those arrested had the “Datuk” honorific.

According to police, “Gang 360 Devan” was involved in the kidnap and murder of three “Satu Hati” gang members in 2015 and 2016 when the turf war between these gangs escalated.


Mohmad said 16 suspects were being investigated for offences under the Penal Code while the remaining 22 were being probed for offences under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma).

26 Dec 2016


17 gang members held for suspected brawl, shooting, at Dengkil restaurant

Fairuz Mohd Shahar DENGKIL: Police arrested 17 men believed to be involved in a gang fight and shooting at a restaurant here yesterday.
Sepang police chief Assistant Commissioner Abdul Aziz Ali said in the 2.30am incident, two gangs are believed to have engaged in a brawl after one of them opened fire.
“A preliminary investigation showed that there was a misunderstanding between the gangs, (who were mostly) under the influence of alcohol.
“Because they were drunk, there was a quarrel before one of the groups fled the scene.
“However, two hours later, the group that had fled returned to the restaurant and one of its members fired two gun shots,” he said when contacted today.

Abdul Aziz said one of the bullets hit a vehicle, while another could not be traced. He said police are hunting down several other individuals to facilitate the probe.

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As salam dan salam sejahtera YDH KPD Sepang.

(Makluman kes gaduh dan melepaskan tembakan)

Update tangkapan

Maklumat pertama
Dengkil rpt: 4009/16
Io: Insp Fairuz ( SIO )
Seksyen: 148 k.k/ Sek 3 akta sentapi (penalti lebih berat)

Shah Farid bin Muhamad
Kpt; RF/ 152433
Alamat: Balai polis dengkil

Fakta kes.

Pada jam 0500 hrs semasa pengadu bertugas di pejabat pertanyaan balai polis dengkil telah terima panggilan dari (1) Perempuan India menyatakan ada pergaduhan di sebelah rumahnya di Kg Baru Dengkil dan terdengar 2 das tembakan dilepaskan dan pengadu buat repot jadikan maklumat pertama.

Rpt mangsa.
Dengkil rpt: 4014/16
Tarikh: 24/12/16

Nama: Prakash A/L Jonagarajan
Kpt: 861230-43-6585
Umur: 29 tahun
Alt: No 19 Lrg Melor Tmn Seri Dengkil, Dengkil

-Pada 24/12/16 @ 0230 hrs, pengadu (1) (L) India bersama rakannya telah minum minuman keras di Taman Maniam Dengkil.Semasa minum telah berlaku perselisihan faham dengan sekumpulan lelaki India.

Kejadian berlarutan sehingga di Kg.Baru Dengkil dan saspek di percayai telah melepaskan (2) das tembakan dan (1) das terkena pada kenderaan.

Kecederaan masih belum dapat di kenalpasti.

Tindakan awal:

– io kes telah jumpa pengadu di balai.
– io telah buat hebahan melalui gerakan.
– unit k9 telah dimaklum ke tempat kejadian.
– unit forensik IPK Selangor telah dimaklum untuk ke tempat kejadian.
– kawasan tempat kejadian telah dipasang tali halangan/coding dan anggota bertugas di minta mengawal tempat kejadian dari dihampiri org

Siasatan Forensik IPK Selangor di tempat kejadian telah menjumpai:

1. (1) kelongsong peluru
2. Swabing peluh
3. (1) kabel warna hitam
4. (1) Talipon bimbit warna putih jenama vivo
5. (1) Batang kayu warna coklat
6. (6) bilah parang
7. ( 2) Walkie talkie
8. (10) kesan cap jari
9. Sebuah kereta proton wira nombor pendaftaran WHA 3885

Tindakan siasatan / Tangkapan

# Rampasan sebuah kereta

# Pada jam 1333 hrs 24/12/16 sepasukan anggota JSJ IPD Sepang telah rampas sebuah kereta proton wira nombor pendaftaran WHA 3885 di tempat kejadian di No 136 Jln KB 2 Kg Baru Dengkil dipercayai kereta saspek sepertimana Dengkil rpt: 4015/16

# Tangkapan/Rampasan

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4 Dec 2016



Sources said Gang 24 became “a super gang” after it merged with the notorious Sio Sam Ong (Three Little Emperors) triad which was behind the slaying of six people in Taman Bersatu, Sungai Petani, during a pre-wedding dinner in September 1992.

“After the merger, it was known as Gang 234, but to outsiders it was still Gang 24 and Sio Sam Ong,” said a source.


Penang highway shooting: Police say ‘Datuk M’ a top boss in notorious Gang 24

GEORGE TOWN (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) – The Datuk businessman who was shot dead by his bodyguard following an argument, was a top boss in Gang 24, said the police.

OCPD Assistant Commandant Mior Faridalathrash Wahid said police were aware of s and the gang’s illegal activities for some time.

“We have information that the members were involved in protection rackets but no one has come forward to lodge a police report. The gang is also involved in illegal money lending.

“It is one of 14 secret societies being monitored by us. We have a list of the members and know their movements,” he said when contacted on Saturday (Dec 3).

It was reported that Ong was among several people linked to a murder case in 2011 – a VCD seller killed by several parang-wielding men.

On Thursday night, Ong and two others were killed while five people were injured when the bodyguard opened fire at them along the Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway.

When Ong, also known as “Datuk M” for Datuk muda (young Datuk), received his Datukship, his friends and numerous companies took out 50 full-page “congratulatory” advertisements, worth more than RM150,000 (S$48,000), with a Chinese newspaper. The ads were spread over several months.

Published on Dec 3, 2016

A video of a man being brutally beat up is recently circulating over Whatsapp. Apparently, the man is suspected to be the individual who introduced the bodyguard who gunned down the late Datuk Ong Teik Kwong a few days ago. Other sources found that it was actually because the man was bad-mouthing the Datuk on Facebook!

For more of this story, read here:


Mafia style punishment for insulting ‘Datuk’

December 4, 2016

Heavily-tattooed man dragged to funeral parlour and repeatedly whipped with a rubber hose for insulting a deceased ‘Datuk’ on Facebook.


GEORGE TOWN: A man was subjected to severe punishment – whipping with a rubber hose – after he insulted a dead man on Facebook, The Star reported.

The beating, which was recorded and uploaded in a video that went viral, caught the attention of police who rushed to the scene – a funeral parlour – and rescued the heavily-tattooed man and arrested the assailant on Friday night.

Penang CID chief Senior Asst Comm Zainol Samah told The Star that initial investigations revealed the victim was whipped because he had insulted a deceased “Datuk” on Facebook.

Incidentally, the whipping incident occurred a day after Penang witnessed a shooting rampage where a businessman, Datuk Ong Teik Kwong, and seven others were shot. Ong and two others were killed, while the rest were seriously injured.

It is, however, not known if the whipping incident was linked to Ong’s murder.

“The man was picked up by the Datuk’s men and brought to a funeral parlour where he was beaten. Upon receiving a tip-off from the public, police went to rescue the man and brought him to the police station where he made a report.

“Police have acted on the report and arrested the man who hit him in the video,” SAC Zainol told The Star.

[Updated News] Six youths held over ‘road licking’ bullying case

News by The Star Online
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3rd February 2016

PETALING JAYA — A video of two teenagers being forced by bullies to lick the road is being circulated on social media.

The 35-second clip, which was posted on a Facebook page on Saturday, showed another secondary school student standing nearby.

Responding to a report, Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Mohd Zani Che Din said six male youths, aged between 18 and 20, had been arrested over the case.

“We also seized six mobile phones belonging to them. They are under remand for three days until Thurs­day,” he said.

ACP Mohd Zani said investigations revealed that the victims were two 14-year-old students of a secondary school here.

“They were made to lick the road and bark like a dog by the suspects after being accused of taking a photograph of girls without permission,” he said, adding that the incident occurred during the last week of January.

The case is being investigated for intentionally causing hurt with a dangerous weapon and extortion.

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25 January 2016


Kuala Lumpur: Lebih 50 lelaki menyerang dan merompak beberapa kedai di Pasar Borong Kuala Lumpur, Sentul, di sini, sehingga beberapa peniaga dan pekerja cedera pagi tadi.

Dalam kejadian 4 pagi, kumpulan lelaki tempatan dipercayai ahli kongsi gelap itu mengamuk dan merosakkan barangan di kedai yang diserang.

Peniaga ayam yang mahu dikenali sebagai Yun, 28, berkata dia didatangi kumpulan lelaki itu dengan ada antaranya menumbuk dari belakang menyebabkan kepalanya cedera.

“Lebih 50 lelaki menyerang saya. Ada yang menumbuk dari belakang menyebabkan kepala saya cedera. Saya melarikan diri keluar dari pasar.

“Ketika melarikan diri mereka membaling saya dengan kerusi,” katanya.

23 January 2016


Polis menembak mati 1 lelaki disyaki ahli geng mamak & tahan 2 lelaki di Plaza Tol Changkat Jering, Taiping, 4.30 petang tadi – KP Perak

Changkat Jering toll: Police shoot dead a member of splinter group of the Mamak Gang, two arrested

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By Sylvia Looi – 23 January 2016 @ 1:34 AM

TAIPING: A splinter from the Mamak Gang was engaged in a shootout with police at Changkat Jering toll here this afternoon.
State police chief Datuk Osman Salleh said two teams from Bukit Aman and Taiping district police managed to corner the suspects in a brown Volkswagen Passat at 4.30pm.
“The suspects tried to escape by ramming police vehicles with their car and police was forced to open fire at the car in self defence. One of the bullet hit the 38-year-old driver’s left ribs killing him on the spot,” he said.
He added that police also arrested two other accomplices, aged 31 and 33, following the shootout.
Speaking at a news conference at the district police here yesterday, Osman said during the commotion, a black BMW five series also rammed police car.

“The BMW then drove off and was later found abandoned at Km237.7 southbound of the North South Expressway near Kuala Kangsar,” he said.

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20 December 2015


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16-year-old ‘Mat Daud’ gang leader arrested

20 December 2015 @ 10:51 AM

LANGKAWI: Police have nabbed a 16-year-old boy suspected of being the gang leader of ‘Geng Mat Daud’ responsible for 34 motorcycle and break-in theft cases here.
District police chief Supt Dr Che Ghazali Che Awang said the teenager who was arrested on Dec 9 has 13 criminal records.
He said the arrest enabled police to track down and rope in 10 more members of the gang aged between 16 and 37.
“Based on investigations, Geng Mat Daud was involved in five cases of motorcycle theft and 29 break-in and theft cases at houses, shops and mosques this year,” he told reporters here today.

3 December 2015


The issue had been brought to the attention of the Land Public Transport Commission (Spad) but until today no action had been taken against the wayward gangs of taxi drivers.

Gangsters threatening cabbies’ livelihood, claims group

The presence of ‘gangster’ groups claimed to be from taxi companies as well as comprising fellow taxi drivers controlling major areas in this capital city is said to be threatening the livelihoods and safety of other taxi drivers.

Klang Valley Taxi Driver Action Committees Association chairperson Zailani Isausuludin said the gangster problem had been around for over 10 years and these thuggish taxi drivers seemed to be immune to the actions taken by the authorities.

“They have been controlling the areas which are public haunts such as shopping complexes, luxurious condominiums, premier hotels and the LRT stations.

“If we want to pick up passengers from the areas ‘controlled’ by them, we will first have to each pay RM200 a month to them for each area,” he told Bernama.

Zailani said if the taxi drivers refused to follow their order not to pick up passengers from “their areas”, they would be threatened with physical harm and damage to their taxis.

He said this situation had resulted in taxi drivers paying “area money” by taking advantage of not using the meter and charging high fares, especially on foreign tourists in areas controlled by the gangsters.

The issue had been brought to the attention of the Land Public Transport Commission (Spad) but until today no action had been taken against the wayward gangs of taxi drivers, he added.



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3 teen remanded for assaulting a schoolboy

By DAWN CHAN – 31 May 2015 @ 10:10 PM

KLANG: Three teenagers have been remanded until June 5 for assaulting a schoolboy who refused to join the 360 Pandamaran secret society gang.

The Klang Selatan district police Anti-Vice, Gaming and Gangsterism (D7) unit arrested the trio, aged between 17 and 15, from three different houses in Bukit Tinggi, Pandamaran and Bayu Perdana respectively late Saturday night.

Klang Selatan police chief ACP Kamarul Zaman Mamat said two of the suspects were expelled from their school in Pandamaran on May 28 while the other is in Form 3.

” All three suspects had admitted to beating up the victim and owned up for being gang members. Their motive for the assault was because the victim had wanted to leave the gang which is headed by another man.

巴 生南區警區主任卡馬魯揭露,巴生武吉丁宜一名年僅14歲的華裔中二生,疑因拒絕加入360私會黨,而遭人帶往一間商場廁所內拳打腳踢,導致他的嘴唇破損及 全身是傷。過後,警方扣查3名年齡介於15至20歲的少年助查此案,3人已承認自己是360私會黨徒,並承認曾毆打受害男生。


Two years ago, he had a Gang 24 tattoo on his back.

Gang 24 is involved with Gang 36 in the territorial war for control of the drugs trade in Klang Valley, which has resulted in a killing spree of gang leaders and members.

Besides drugs, both gangs 24 and 36 are involved in extortion, organised crime and robbery.

Rakyat Post

18 April 2015

A college student was fined RM2,800 in default of six months’ jail by the Shah Alam Magistrate’s Court just for getting a gang tattoo—which he no longer has.

Bernama reports that Muhammad Ibrahim Kader Batcha said that he committed the ‘offence’ in Kota Kemuning on September 9, 2013.

Muhammad Ibrahim’s lawyer, Ahmad Mukmin Aimi Azmi, urged the court to not imprison his client and requested for the minimum fine, as he is working part-time as a security guard, and has a pregnant wife to support.

Ahmad Mukmin also appealed for the fine based on the fact that Muhammad Ibrahim no longer has the Gang 24 tattoo.

“When my client was arrested in 2013, gangsterism was rife then but it is no longer an issue, so a light punishment should suffice,” he said.

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The turf war between Gang 24 and Gang 26 has so far resulted in the death of two in Teluk Panglima Garang, Klang, as the Special Task Force for Anti-Vice, Gaming and Gangsterism, Special Task Force on Organised Crime and Special Tactical Intelligence Narcotics Group get mobilised to bust the criminals.

The series of fights raised unease among residents as police were compiling a list of suspect gangsters terrorising Klang and Banting.

Malay Mail Online

Bukit Aman sends out elite cops to combat Klang turf wars

By G. Prakash and Ushar Daniele
Published: February 17, 2015 07:13 AM


A police team from Klang Selatan is seen manning a roadblock in Teluk Panglima Garang. Several roadblocks were set up in Klang and Banting. — Malay Mail pic

PETALING JAYA, Feb 17 — Police will roll out their elite squads to wipe out gangsters involved in drug wars under Ops Cantas.

The force was also checking on entertainment outlets frequented by gang members as a meeting point and also rented houses where they are known to stay.

Several police officers from the criminal investigation department are currently engaged in underground intelligence work on the operations of the gangs.

South Klang police chief ACP Kamarul Zaman Mamat said two roadblocks yesterday midnight in Taman Sentosa and Kampung Jawa were manned by 80 officers.

“We checked 78 people. Two were arrested but they were not related to the ongoing turf war,” he said.

Kamarul said police also raided homes believed to be the residences of gangsters.

“We also checked entertainment centres in areas which we believe were meeting places for gang members,” he said.

However, the two roadblocks yielded no arrests.



8:57PM Feb 15, 2015

By Bernama

Police: Gang wars in Selangor won’t affect safety

The Selangor police today assured the public of their safety, that there was no need for anxiety on the spread of information in social websites on the incident of gang rivalry recently.

Selangor Criminal Investigation Department head Mohd Adnan Abdullah said the police had their own strategy in addressing the problem.
He advised the public to not believe in rumours, as well as information posted on social websites.

“They can create various speculations that will only worsen situation,” he told reporters in Shah Alam today.

The gangs are fighting for control of three areas: Banting, Kampung Jawa and Teluk Panglima Garang.

Malay Mail Online

Gang killings on the rise in Klang over drug trade war

Published: February 16, 2015 07:03 AM

zdDrug-related gang violence is on the rise in Klang. — MMOL graphics

PETALING JAYA, Feb 16 — Killings have escalated in the gang war over control of the drugs trade in Klang, with another key gang member shot dead in an apparent act of revenge.

The latest gangland-style execution on Saturday night was 1.5km from the place where Gang 24 leader M. Gunasegaran, also known as Asli Guna, was stabbed to death last Wednesday.

Police said they are looking at a series of tit-for-tat murders between Gang 24 and Gang 36.

A gang fight allegedly took place at an undisclosed location in Banting last Friday, but the fight was not reported to the police.

The gangs are fighting for control of three areas: Banting, Kampung Jawa and Teluk Panglima Garang.

Selangor police formed a special task force following the death of Asli Guna in the hope of tracking down at least 200 gang members, with 11 arrested so far, including a foreigner.

In the latest killing, a 26-year-old Gang 36 member was shot at four times — supposedly by Gang 24 members — in Taman Jaya Utama, Teluk Panglima Garang.

“He had two gun shot wounds to his face, another two to his neck and chest,” said the source.

Police believe the murder was revenge for Asli Guna’s death.

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Police: No gang fight taking place in Klang

PETALING JAYA: Police have dispelled rumours circulating on social media suggesting that a fight will take place between Gang 24 and Gang 36 following the murder of a notorious Klang gangster on Wednesday.

South Klang OCPD Asst Comm Kamarul Zaman Mamat on Saturday denied messages circulating on social media saying that a fight will break out between the two gangs in Kampung Jawa, Klang, to avenge the murder of slain Gang 24 member Asli Guna, 35.

“It is safe and peaceful in Kampung Jawa now. No untoward incident has happened.

“Its residents are free to go on with their daily lives,” he added.


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Sunday February 15, 2015 MYT 7:07:41 AM

Cops probe motive behind killing of gangster

BANTING: The notorious Klang gangster “Asli Guna”, who was knifed to death over a drug dispute, had been held four times under the Emergency Ordinance and detained in Simpang Renggam. Kuala Langat OCPD Supt Azman Abdul Razak said the 35-year-old victim, who was a member of Gang 24, also had two previous records for robbery.


Friday February 13, 2015 MYT 9:27:43 AM

Notorious Klang gangster stabbed to death

SUNGAI BULOH: A notorious Klang gangster was stabbed to death by three men during a brawl outside a restaurant in Teluk Panglima Garang.

The 35-year-old, who went by the name “Asli Guna”, was said to be having a drink with a Sri Lankan friend at a restaurant in Jalan Pandan 2 when the men drove up at about 3am on Wednesday.

The three men, who were carrying parang, had an argument with Asli Guna and his friend before they started fighting in the middle of the street.

Kuala Langat OCPD Supt Azman Abdul Razak said the men allegedly stabbed Asli Guna and the foreigner before they sped away in a black Proton Iswara.

A police source said Asli Guna was a notorious gang leader and that his killing occurred due to a drug dispute with the three suspects.


Monday February 9, 2015 MYT 7:36:28 PM

Former MP Gobalakrishnan detained over police, drug gangs tweet

GEORGE TOWN: Former Padang Serai MP N. Gobalakrishnan was detained over a tweet about police officers involved with drug gangs.

Gobalakrishnan had arrived at the police headquarters in Patani Road at 3.30pm on Monday to record a statement over his remark. He was detained after his statement was taken.

George Town acting OCPD Supt Abdul Rahman Rahmad said a remand order to detain Gobalakrishnan to assist in the investigations would be obtained from the courts on Tuesday.

Earlier, Penang police chief Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Wira Abdul Rahim Hanafi told reporters Gobalakrishnan would be investigated for “intentional insult with the intention to provoke a breach of peace” under Section 504 of the Penal Code.

“Harapkan pagar, Pagar makan padi” attending to a youth who underwent police brutality continuosly for 10 days

The 04 gang is one of 46 triads involved in drug smuggling and responsible for various crimes in Kedah, Penang, Johor and Kuala Lumpur.

The 04 gang is also known as Tiram Sasi (in Johor), Sungai Way Sugu (KL), Green Lime Samy (Penang), Prai Bala (Penang), Langkap Sasi (Perak), Selvam (Batu Gajah), Ragu (Ayer Tawar), and Sudha (Sitiawan).

Malaysian Insider

Police will be calling up former Padang Serai MP N. Gobalakrishnan to assist investigations over his claims about police officers through his Twitter account yesterday.The investigation comes in the wake of a tweet by Gobalakrishnan through his handle @Ngobalakrishan at 5.29am yesterday which read: “Some Penang Indian police officers are strongly backing the 04 gang which deals with drugs.”Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar tweeted today that the remark was a serious accusation against the force and they would investigate it.



Turf war at Batu Caves

KUALA LUMPUR: Traders who will be selling their wares at the upcoming Thaipusam celebrations at Batu Caves are not the only ones looking forward to earning a lucrative income next week.

Underworld gangs are also after their share of the cake, making a quick buck through jaga kereta or illegal parking activities from the thousands of motorists who will be flocking to the Batu Caves Sri Subramaniam temple here for the annual grand celebration.

It is learnt that three notorious gangs, all of which are identified with double numbers and were listed as banned by the Home Ministry last year, are out to prey on motorists parking in the vicinity of the temple, especially the parking lot within its compound.

Today, the turf war led to a 26-year-old gang member being shot and injured during a confrontation with a rival gang member at the Desa Batu Caves flats, not far from the temple.

Gombak police chief ACP Ali Ahmad said the victim who was shot in his left arm fled the scene and alerted his brother who took him to the Selayang Hospital where he is reported to be in stable condition.

Ali said preliminary investigations showed that an ongoing “turf war” between the area gangs over parking space during Thaipusam had led to the incident.

“Our investigations show that these gangs have their respective territories surrounding the temple which they will control for illegal parking fees including road shoulders and open spaces,”he said.



Police shoot dead a Mamak Gang member in Kuala Kangsar

Muhammad Ashraf who has past criminal records, was wanted by police for a robbery in Kamunting and the murder of a police motorcycle unit patrolman in Kerian, last May.

IPOH: Police dealt yet a further blow to the notorious “Mamak Gang” when they killed yet another of its members in a shootout in Kuala Kangsar, on Tuesday.

The dead gangster was identified as Muhammad Ashraf Jamaluddin (pix), 24, from Padang Rengas, Kuala Kangsar.

Late last month, a key member of the Mamak Gang, Anuar Osman, 59, who had been high on the police wanted list and on the run for more than 20 years, was killed in a shootout with police at Taman Melawati, Ampang while his 32-year-old accomplice who suffered gunshot wounds, was arrested.

Giving details of the incident on Tuesday, Perak CID chief SAC Datuk Mohd Dzuraidi Ibrahim said in an operation codenamed “Ops Cantas Khas” a police team acting on a tip-off, had raided a house in Taman Bunga Raya at 9.30pm.

“The suspect started firing at the raiding party, forcing police to return fire and killing the man,” he told a press conference today.


IPOH: Perak police Special Task Force on Organised Crime (Stafoc) team scored a major victory in the fight against the notorious Mamak Gang with the arrest of one of its members, high on police wanted list.

The arrest was made in Kuala Kangsar early this morning.

The man is also believed to have been trying to reactivate the group in Perak, after a massive nationwide crackdown on the gang by police which led to numerous arrests of its members, while the others were forced to go underground.


IPOH: Police obtained an extension of remand against a 50-year-old senior member of the notorious Mamak Gang and a 33-year-old woman who was detained with him.

The magistrate’s court remanded them for another six days.

The two were detained by police in Greentown here on Dec 6.

With the arrest of the male suspect, whom police sources described as a mastermind behind many of the gang’s criminal activities, police believe they have delivered a significant blow to the Mamak Gang.

The Mamak Gang has been active since the early 1990s. Originally they specialised in breaking into factories and warehouses but eventually they switched to mainly carjackings and robbing motorists. The gang is most notorious for stealing gold bars worth RM12m from the Malaysia Airlines cargo complex on 31 August 1994). Although its key members were rounded up by the police several times and sentenced to either preventive detention or banished to remote areas of the country, they managed to run their “criminal empire” from detention by using mobile phones and couuriers to deliver instructions for them. The gang’s crime spree came to an end in December 2006 when Selangor police arrested the last three members of the gang still at large.




nicholas cheng of The Star reports that two Geng 21 members involved in the case were arrested in Singapore.

The Star

Monday December 8, 2014 MYT 6:24:23 PM

Two ‘Gang 21’ members nabbed in Singapore over Myanmar businessman abduction

KUALA LUMPUR: Two suspected ‘Gang 21’ members involved in the November abduction and murder of a Myanmar businessman, have been arrested in Singapore.

The men were picked up on December 3, in separate locations by Singaporean police acting on information by their Malaysian counterparts, said Sentul OCPD ACP R. Munusamy.

This comes after the mastermind of the alleged abduction cum murder was arrested in Nov 20 at the Banting Hospital.

“We are still looking for one more suspect. We have narrowed down the motive of the crime to either a dispute in drug distribution activities or an act of revenge.

“Evidence points to the revenge motive being the most likely,” he told reporters Monday.

On Nov 12, a 30-year-old Indian-Myanmar businessman was abducted by armed Gang 21 members, in full view of his family in Pusat Bandar Sentul Utara.

By Dec 1, police picked up the mastermind of the crime – who later let officers to a forest near a sand factory in Bidor, Perak where authorities found the remains of the victim with his neck slashed.

ACP Munusamy believed suspects killed the man as an act of revenge for his involvement in the killing of one of the suspect’s brother last month.





KUALA LUMPUR: Police dug-out a body believed to be of a kidnapped victim’s from a bush area in Bidor, Perak earlier today.

The finding was made following intensive police investigations into the Nov 12 kidnap incident in Sentul, here, which saw them arresting a suspect who finally revealed the body’s location.




KUALA LUMPUR: Police dug-out a body believed to be of a kidnapped victim’s from a bush area in Bidor, Perak earlier today.

The finding was made following intensive police investigations into the Nov 12 kidnap incident in Sentul, here, which saw them arresting a suspect who finally revealed the body’s location.

The victim was kidnapped by four men, armed with two pistols and two parang, who had slashed him before taking him away.

Khairy said the incident happened in front of the victim’s Malaysian wife and their son, aged 5, and six customers.

Not long after the victim was kidnapped, his wife was contacted by a man who ordered her to transfer RM2 million into a bank account registered in Bangkok, Thailand, for her husband’s release.

“Following investigations, police nabbed the 41-year-old suspect at Banting Hospital in Selangor about 8am on Nov 20.

The suspect then led police to the bush area located near the Bidor General Operations Force Camp.


Eight secret society members held in Taiping operation

TAIPING: Eight members of the Geng Sakai 24, Ang Beng Hoey and Sam Tai Coo secret societies were among 70 people apprehended in an integrated operation covering Taiping, Kerian and Manjung on Wednesday.

Perak acting police chief Datuk A. Paramasivam said the gang members, aged between 25 and 40 years, were arrested in Kuala Sepetang and Pantai Remis between 2pm and midnight.

“They comprised Geng Sakai 24 (three persons), Ang Beng Hoey (four persons) and Sam Tai Coo (one person).

“Three of them were on the police wanted list for robbery, drug and fraud,” he told reporters at Taiping police headquarters here today.

The two day operation was mounted by 215 personnel and officers of various agencies such as Customs, Immigration, Forestry and the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry (KPDNKK).

Paramasivam also said 23 individuals comprising three massage parlour caretakers, seven Chinese women and 13 Thai women were held for vice activities in Setiawan and Lumut.

2 Mamak Gang members killed in shootout

2 Mamak Gang members killed in shootout

2 Mamak Gang members killed in shootout

KUALA LUMPUR: Two members of the notorious Gang Mamak were killed in a shootout with police in Taman Melawati, Ulu Klang today.

The two, who were in a Volkswagen Jetta, were seen at a car park in Jalan Sarawak. Policemen stopped the car to check on the occupants but the driver tried to ram into them.

They also fired several shots forcing the policemen to return fire, killing both at the scene.


TEMERLOH: A man was killed while four others were injured in a gang fight in front of the Persatuan Kebajikan Sukan dan Rekreasi office in Bukit Bendera, Mentakab near here early today.

Pahang CID chief Datuk Zakaria Ahmad said in the 3.20am incident, P.Arasu, 44, died at the scene due to severe head injuries.

“Police believe a motorcycle was also placed on the victim before it was set on fire.

“Sharp weapons, sticks and iron rods were used in the fight,” he told reporters at the Temerloh district police headquarters here.

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Sunday November 2, 2014 MYT 7:38:22 AM

Man beaten to death at traffic light

KUALA LUMPUR: A 56-year-old man was beaten to death by five men at a traffic light along Jalan Permai E in Taman Raya Tasek Tambahan.

Ampang Jaya police said a witness claim­ed to have seen the victim, Kanagaretnam Sevalingam, getting into a scuffle with the men who were on motorcycles yesterday.

“The witness said the men were beating up the victim with their helmets. After that, they fled on four motorcycles. One of the suspects also rode off with the victim’s red Yamaha LC motorcycle,” Ampang Jaya OCPD ACP Khairuld

The Home Minister accuses some politicians in Perak of being funded by illegal gambling centres. He did not name the politicians but you can guess that they can’t be from his own political party. He did name Kuala Sepetang, Bagan Panchor and Pulau Kuala Sangga.

However, the Acting Perak police chief Deputy Comm Datuk A. Paramasivam insists that Kuala Sepetang is a small peaceful fishing village, with insignificant crime activities!


Tuesday October 21, 2014 MYT 11:36:26 AM

Zahid Hamidi: Illegal gambling centres in Perak suspected of funding some politicians

PUTRAJAYA: Some politicians in Perak are believed to be financed with proceeds earned from illegal gambling centres in the state, said Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

He said although the politicians concerned were not directly involved, they were believed funded by the illegal gambling centres namely in – Kuala Sepetang, Bagan Panchor and Pulau Kuala Sangga – to carry out their political activities.

“Based on information I received, there are politicians involved. If they want proof, the police have the evidence,” Ahmad Zahid told reporters here on Monday.


Tuesday October 21, 2014 MYT 12:55:20 PM

Perak police: Kuala Sepetang peaceful fishing town, not controlled by mafia

IPOH: The police have refuted a news report that Kuala Sepetang was being overrun by mafia groups.

Acting Perak police chief Deputy Comm Datuk A. Paramasivam said the small fishing town was peaceful and its crime activities insignificant.

“We are not denying that there are crime activities like smuggling or drugs there.

“It is, however, not as feared and worrisome,” he told a press conference here on Tuesday.


Special vice team being formed

KUALA LUMPUR: A special police team to combat illegal gambling, vice and secret societies will swing into action within the next two months.

The team, dubbed Special Tactical Squad 3, will comprise 200 officers and other police personnel, and conduct raids and searches at suspect premises nationwide from December.

Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, who disclosed this in the Dewan Rakyat today, also said the ministry will review and amend three existing laws on gambling – Common Gaming Houses Act 1953, Lotteries Act 1952 and Pool Betting Act 1967, to make them more effective against cyber gambling.

The three laws, he said, are outdated as the Internet did not exist then.

“But today there is the Internet which is being abused and causing a lot of problems to society,” he said when responding to a question from Datuk Johari Abdul Ghani (BN-Titiwangsa) on the effectiveness of enforcement action against cybercafe and internet gambling activities.


Man shot, found unconscious


Man found lying by the roadside with gunshot wounds

BUTTERWORTH: A man in his 30s was found lying by the roadside with gunshot wounds at Jalan Perusahaan Sungai Lokan, Taman Perusahaan Mak Mandin here.

The man believed to have links with the 04 Gang has several criminal records including for murder cases was rushed to the Seberang Jaya Hospital in the 9am Wednesday incident.

Police rushed to the scene after being alerted over the incident.

Police have launched an operation to look for the suspect who escaped in a car following the shooting incident.



MMONLINE: Malaysia among Asian hotspots for Aussie outlaw motorcycle gangs: KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 7 — Australia’s …

Malaysia among Asian hotspots for Aussie outlaw motorcycle gangs

October 7, 2014

According to a report in an international daily, Australia’s ‘bikie’ gangs, or outlaw motorcycle gangs, are rapidly recruiting new members in Malaysia. — AFP picAccording to a report in an international daily, Australia’s ‘bikie’ gangs, or outlaw motorcycle gangs, are rapidly recruiting new members in Malaysia. — AFP pic

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 7 — Australia’s “bikie” gangs, or outlaw motorcycle gangs (OMCG), are rapidly recruiting new members in Malaysia and other countries in Asia to join in their criminal activities, The Daily Telegraph has reported.

According to the Australian news site, the outlaw groups said to be involved in various criminal activities including drug trafficking and extortion are expanding their base of operations to Southeast Asia following crackdowns on them in their home country.

These gangs are actively signing up hundreds of Asians and working to gain a foothold and tap into local criminal networks in tourist destinations such as Malaysia, Singapore, Bali, Phuket, Jakarta and Chiang Mai, The Daily Telegraph said

Australian police’s Detective Superintendent Deb Wallace said that they detected a “number of OMCG members moving” out from the country, saying that the expansion to Asia was part of the gangs’ bid to “tap into underworld business opportunities in overseas markets”.

“In particular the Rebels have made a concerted effort to expand their international footprint, setting up chapters in Europe, the Middle East and South-East Asia,” the New South Wales Police’s Gangs Squad commander was quoted saying by The Daily Telegraph.

The Rebels, along with Hells Angels, Coffin Cheaters, Rock Machine, Bandidos, Mongols and Outlaws, are among Australia’s largest “bikie” gangs.

Penang cops target gang members involved in fight: GEORGE TOWN, Oct 5 — The days of the notorious secret socie…

GEORGE TOWN, Oct 5 — The days of the notorious secret society, “Gang 24”, are numbered in Penang as the police turn on the heat to track down nine members of the notorious gang.

The gang, the police have learnt, has also teamed up with another secret society, “Sio Sam Ong” (Three Little Emperors Gang) to commit crimes in the state and share the spoils.

Last week, police investigations revealed that members of Gang 24 — noted for extortion, protection rackets and gang fights — were currently embroiled in an internal tussle for power and “territorial” rights.

Hence, the nine members who got wind of the police dragnet aimed at bringing them to book, have gone into hiding.

Bernama has learnt that the fugitives might have fled to Perak to avoid police detection.

Penang police chief Datuk Abdul Rahim Hanafi said the fight amongst Gang 24 members could be due to territorial disputes.

“We have identified about eight to nine of the gang members involved in the gang fight (last week) and we will hunt them down if they do not surrender.

“Those involved in the fight will be charged under the Prevention of Crime Act 2013. We believe they are in hiding at neighbouring states,” he told reporters here today.


Penang police on high alert after merger of two major secret societies

Penang police have intensified a crackdown on two of the biggest secret societies in the state after learning that the groups have merged to conduct various criminal activities.

State police chief Datuk Abdul Rahim Hanafi said today that the notorious Siu Sam Ong (Hokkien for “three little emperors”) and the gang known as “24” have struck a partnership and stepped up extortions and other criminal acts.

“They have united very effectively to conduct various activities,” Rahim said.

“According to our intelligence, Siu Sam Ong and 24 are causing disturbances around Penang. We will act sternly on them.

“I want to warn these groups: do not try to create problems in the state.”


Cops: 8,000 gang members in Penang

The 12 active triads are believed to be split in four groups: Hua Kee, Ang Beng Hooi, the “Indian thugs gang” and “Malay thugs gang”, he said.

Abdul Rahim said the active gang under Hua Kee is known as “04”, while there are four active gangs under Ang Beng Hooi ― “Sio Sam Ong”, “24”, “Pneh” and “Ang Kim Leng”.

Under the “Indian thug gang”, there are two active groups – “08 Indian” and “04 Indian” – and under the “Malay thug gang”, the active group is known as “Double 7”.


12 secret societies active in Penang, says police

GEORGE TOWN: Twelve secret societies are active in Penang especially in extorting the public for protection money, Penang police chief Datuk Abdul Rahim Hanafi said today.

He said they had a total membership of more than 8,000.

“Police have identified the gangs and among those being hunted down are two 04 gangs, 08, 24,77, phneah, sio sam ong and ang kim leng, which are suspected to be involved in crimes, distributing drugs and extorting protection money.

“We are also monitoring several other secret societies which are not so active to ensure public peace is maintained,” he told reporters after attending an appreciation ceremony for security guard, Mohd Najib Ahmad, 30, who shot dead a bank robber in Sungai Dua, here, on Aug 28.

Abdul Rahim said 52 individuals, who were suspected to be members of secret societies in Penang, were detained from January to Sept 27.

“To date, only three gangster groups are found to be involved in turf wars,” he said.


2:37PM Sep 24, 2014

By Bernama

Cops: Politicians not involved with gangsterism in S’wak

Police found no politicians involved with gangsterism in Sarawak, said Bukit Aman Criminal Investigation Department (CID) director Mohmad Salleh.

He said the police had identified 16 gangster groups in Sarawak, with members totalling not more than 1,000 local people.

Most of the groups are active in Sibu, he told a media conference after a meeting with CID heads and senior officers in Miri today.


There, it’s said and out in the open! The recent crack down on gangs is quite specific: it’s Deepavali soon, and Indian gangs are ‘active’.


Police crackdown on Indian gangs reignites before Deepavali

Just a month before Deepavali, the spectre of Ops Cantas has resurfaced with a fresh police crackdown on Indian criminal gangs who are allegedly on an intensified prowl before the festive day.

Deputy Home Minister Datuk Seri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar said the peninsula-wide crackdown which was undertaken late last year needs to be re-energised due to a spike in extortion activities by the gangs in various towns and cities leading to Deepavali on October 22.

He added that the ministry has identified 23 gangs, including secret societies involved in illegal gambling and drugs, to be banned, in addition to 49 that are already in its black list.

“This is an extension of Ops Cantas,” he told reporters today.

“Several groups have heightened activities to collect ‘protection money’ leading up to Deepavali.

“The police have come to know about this and are tracing their movements,” he added.

“So we are working to weed out these gangs,” he said, stressing that the criminal activities are being done by predominantly Indian gangs.


Monday September 22, 2014 MYT 12:56:43 PM

Cops clamp down on 40,313 gang members nationwide

JOHOR BARU: Police are going all out to clamp down a total 40,313 gang members under 72 illegal gangs nationwide, as a portion of the members have been identified.

Federal CID director Datuk Seri Mohmad Salleh said that said that a total of 49 of the gangs have been gazetted as illegal groups under the Societies Act 1966 while another 23 gangs that were identified are in the process of being gazetted.


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JOHOR BARU: Police seized an assortment of weapons and ammunition from 14 suspects believed to be members of an underworld gang in Kota Tinggi.

Among their catch were two AK47, semi-automatic pistols and revolvers.

The two-day Ops Cantas also resulted in the seizure of 900g of heroin.


3 villains summoned 30 men to surround police car
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3 suspicious Indian men were questioned by police officers for having parang last night. They summoned around 30 men to surround the police officers. Some of them even sat on the police car’s bonnet to prevent the car from leaving.
At late night, the gang members even shouted in front of Pulau Tikus police station demanding to release the 3 suspects.










Man gunned down in Sungai Petani

SUNGAI PETANI: A 23-year-old man died on the spot after being shot three times on the chest in Jalan Kuala Ketil here late yesterday in what believed to be a turf war between underworld gangs.

In the 10.30pm incident at Taman Songket, the deceased identified as M Gurubaran, 23, was shot by a man and his accomplice while riding a motorcycle.


Youths linked to gangs would usually escort the funeral procession on motorcycles and set off firecrackers as the casket is brought into the crematorium during the final send-off.

This often happens at the Kampung Tunku Crematorium in Petaling Jaya.


Tuesday April 8, 2014 MYT 7:23:31 AM

Firecracker ban at funerals

Dangerous: MBPJ’s crematorium at Kampung Tunku along Jalan 229. –Filepic

Dangerous: MBPJ’s crematorium at Kampung Tunku along Jalan 229. –Filepic

GANGLAND funerals using firecrackers will soon be banned at crematoriums run by local councils as there is a danger of explosion with highly flammable materials close by.

According to a state government source, Selangor is drawing up regulations to ban the lighting of firecrackers at crematoriums because of the risks involved.

Amendments are being made to the Crematorium (PJ City Council) By-Laws 2007 under the Local Government Act 1976.

Youths linked to gangs would usually escort the funeral procession on motorcycles and set off firecrackers as the casket is brought into the crematorium during the final send-off.

This often happens at the Kampung Tunku Crematorium in Petaling Jaya.

Normally, workers at local council-operated crematoriums who have tried to stop the lighting of firecrackers are threatened and told to mind their own business.



25 December 2013| last updated at 04:36PM

Notorious Matruji gang leader shot dead in a shootout with police

Selangor deputy police chief Datuk Abdul Rahim Jaffar said in the 9pm incident, a team of officers from the Selangor Contingent Headquarters serious crimes division pursued a white Nissan Grand Livina multipurpose vehicle (MPV) during a routine patrol.

Abdul Rahim said when the officers neared the MPV, the lone driver stopped the vehicle and fled into nearby bushes before opening fire in their direction.

“A firefight ensued for several minutes before the officers found the man’s body,” he told a press conference at the Speang district headquarters, near here, yesterday.

He said investigations revealed that the deceased was identified as Matruji @ Mat Ting War from Sampang, Indonesia. The officers also recovered a Chechen made Vzor 70 Cal 7.64 semi-automatic pistol loaded with three bullets.

Picture of the Matruji gang leader Mat Ting War @ Matruji killed in a police shootout. Pix by Mohd Fadli Hamzah.

Selangor Deputy Police Chief Datuk Abdul Rahim Jaafar (right) and Assistant Commissioner Rooslan Radzi shows a picture of the Matruji gang leader Mat Ting War @ Matruji and weapons that was found. Pix by Mohd Fadli Hamzah.

Free Malaysia Today

Drugs, guns and race feed gang violence

November 4, 2013

Malaysian police are battling to douse a burst of gang violence blamed on drug-trafficking turf battles, easily obtained guns, and government policies.

KUALA LUMPUR: Jobless at 16, and facing the economic marginalisation of many Malaysian Indians, Raju opted for the danger and easy money of life in the notorious “04″ criminal gang.

He was nearly beaten to death by a rival gang a few years ago, his teeth and bones broken.

But he survived, and is flush with cash thanks to the lucrative drug-trafficking and protection rackets on his Kuala Lumpur turf.

“To live a luxurious life you have to deal in drugs. There is a lot of money to be made,” the burly and mustachioed gang captain, now 33, told AFP, asking that his real name be withheld.

But these are perilous times for people like him.

Malaysian police are battling to douse a burst of gang violence blamed on drug-trafficking turf battles, easily obtained guns, and government policies that critics say marginalise Malaysia’s two million ethnic Indians, driving many into crime.

Read the whole article here:

Drugs, guns and race feed gang violence


Gov’t: M’sia now worse than US mafia wars

PARLIAMENT The government is forced to include organised crime into the Security Offences and Special Measures Act (Sosma) because the gang situation is now very dire.

In fact, said Deputy Home Minister Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar, Malaysian gangsters are even more daring that American gangsters during the 1920s gangster wars.

“They dare to hold a public procession during the funeral of their gang member.

“Even the Mafia in the United states in the 1920s-1930s did not dare do so and did things in secret,” he said when winding up during the committee stage of the debate.

The US mafia wars of that era is recorded as a notorious period of violence, which saw incidents such as the 1929 Valentine’s Day massacre involving seven rival gangs, and the prominent gangster Al Capone.


This period was compared by the deputy minister to a funeral procession for a slain gang member which brought traffic to a standstill in Penang, last August.

Wan Junaidi added that the members of gangs declared illegal by police outnumber the Communist Party of Malaya insurgents.

“They (the communists) had access to weapons before but today, (the gangsters) have access to weapons far more sophisticated,” said the deputy minister, who served in the police during the insurgency.

Gov’t: M’sia now worse than US mafia wars

The Sun Daily

Murder suspect also a gangster

Mohmad (second right) with the display of the swords and parang owned by the suspect during the press conference at IPK Kuala Lumpur. SUNPIX by DANIEL CHAN

KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 16, 2013): Police believe that a 35-year-old male suspect held in connection with the murder of an Australian lawyer last week is an active member of a secret society.

Kuala Lumpur police chief Senior DCP Datuk Mohmad Salleh said the suspect, who has previous criminal records for robbery, led police to his house where 22 parang and swords were recovered.

Also seized were survival knives, steel batons and a large amount of packed tobacco believed to be used in gangland activities in the capital.

Mohmad said the man and a woman were the main suspects and are among nine people in police custody for investigations into the murder of 38-year-old Australian lawyer and migration agent Bhisma Digpaul.

The victim was killed after being stabbed and beaten up by group of men following a brawl outside a pub at Jalan Doraisamy on Oct 4.

Murder suspect also a gangster

The Sun Daily

Two arrested over killing of Australian lawyer in bar brawl

KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 15, 2013): Police believe they have solved the murder of an Australian lawyer who was killed in a brawl at a pub on Oct 4 with the arrest of two main suspects last week.

The suspects, a 35-year-old Sabahan and another man in his 20s, were caught in Subang Jaya and Kepong on Oct 9 – five days after Bhishma Digpaul, 38, died after being attacked by several men outside the pub on Jalan Doraisamy.

Sources revealed that the duo had frisked Digpaul after he collapsed by the roadside and had stolen his hotel room access card.

They then went to a three-star hotel in the city where Digpaul was staying and ransacked his room before leaving the place with the victim’s cash, laptop, camera and other valuables.

It is learned that the duo are expected to be charged for murder this week.

Two arrested over killing of Australian lawyer in bar brawl


Tuesday October 15, 2013 MYT 6:43:45 AM

Cops get set to make gangsters broke

SEPANG: Police will begin forfeiting assets of secret society kingpins once the amendments to the Prevention of Crime Act are gazetted, said Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar.

The move, he said, would be another phase to the Ops Cantas Khas which was launched in August.

“We will launch an all out assault and cripple these secret societies, not only by capturing gang members but also their bosses as well as seizing their assets,” he told reporters at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport yesterday.

The Prevention of Crime (Amend­ment and Extension) Bill was tabled at the Dewan Rakyat on Sept 25 by Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

Once the kingpins are arrested under the PCA, Section 413(1) of the Criminal Procedure Code would be used to seize ill-gotten property.

The section stipulates that a magistrate would issue an order to either seize such property or return it to its rightful owner.

Cops get set to make gangsters broke


On Tuesday, Malaysiakini published the full 20-minute recording of  Zahid’s speech, which we obtained.

In the speech, Ahmad Zahid appears to back the Tiga Line gang and at one point referred to them from a first person perspective.

Minister: I never said Tiga Line were ‘our people’


Minister: I never said Tiga Line were ‘our people’
2:41PM Oct 11, 2013

Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has claimed that he never called the outlawed underworld gang Tiga Line as “one of us” during his controversial speech at an event in Malacca last Saturday.

“I never said that Tiga Line were our people. I just said that they are a breakaway group of Pekida, and that part forms Tiga Line,” Sinar Harian quotes Ahmad Zahid as saying.

“I have received detailed reports on this matter, even before becoming home minister,” he said.

“But if among them some became bouncers, car repossesers, and are involved in crime, I would ask the police to arrest them. Why was that sentence not released?” he questioned.

Minister: I never said Tiga Line were ‘our people’

Apart from Tiga Line, the other Malay secret societies named by the Home Ministry were Double 7 and Gang 30. Only three Malay gangs were named by the ministry.

Tiga Line and Gang 30 are believed to have links with Malay NGO Pertubuhan Kebajikan dan Dakwah Islamiah Malaysia (Pekida), which in turn is strongly linked with Umno.

The two groups are alleged to be involved in drug distribution, car-jacking and night-club protection.

Free Malaysia Today

Now Shahidan defends another Malay gang

P Ramani | October 10, 2013

After ‘Tiga Line’ was labelled as benevolent gangsters by the home minister, an Umno supreme council candidate says Gang 30 is a charity organisation.

PETALING JAYA: In the wake of Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi calling ‘Tiga Line’ as benevolent gangsters and his friends, another Umno leader has stepped up to defend Gang 30.

Minister in Prime Minister’s Office Shahidan Kassim claimed that Gang 30, which was declared an illegal outfit, is a charity organisation offering assistance to poor Malays during festivities and burials.

Shahidan, who is also the former Perlis menteri besar, said that Gang 30 were merely practising Malay culture and tradition.

However in August, the Home Ministry, had listed Gang 30 as an illegal secret society. In addition, the ministry also listed the group in the Top 5 of illegal secret societies among 49 secret societies.

Now Shahidan defends another Malay gang

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Tiga Line is among a list of 49 secret societies released by the Home Ministry in August and declared unlawful.

Tiga Line, closely linked to a Malay NGO known as Pekida, is believed to be a well known group of Malay gangsters.

EXCLUSIVE: Carry on, Zahid tells ‘Tiga Line’ dons










Free Malaysia Today

No Tiga Line thugs in police lockup

Alfian ZM Tahir | October 9, 2013

Bukit Aman’s SAC Abdul Jalil Hassan confirms that police have yet to detain Tiga Line thugs although several have been identified

PETALING JAYA: To date, thousands of suspected gangsters from underworld organisations in the country have been arrested, but surprisingly, none of them were from the Tiga Line group.

This latest information was revealed by Bukit Aman’s secret societies, gambling and anti vice principle assistant director, SAC Abdul Jalil Hassan today.

Jalil told FMT over the phone that they have yet to arrest any Tiga Line member, but was quick to add that the police have arrested a number of Malay gangsters from other triad groups.

Tiga Line, closely linked to a Malay NGO known as Pekida, is believed to be a well known group of Malay gangsters.

No Tiga Line thugs in police lockup

Human Rights Party


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Hindraf is against all violence and crime. But also against blatant racism. Give Indians equal job, business, loans, licences and permits opportunities as given to the Malays to take Indians out of gangsterism, crime and violence. But the 1 UMNO Malay-sia government racist policies denies these equal opportunities.

(see The Malay Mail 28/8/2012 at page 3)

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Human Rights Party Malaysia

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(see The Star headlines today 10/5/2011)

But the UMNO police Raja Di Malay-sia has refused to take any action or the racist Attorney General Tan Sri Gani Patail has refused to prosecute  them. But with such haste the AG prosecuted 54 Hindraf activists who merely championed the minority and human rights  of the Indian poor. And three years jail for merely being a member of a minority and Human Rights NGO called Hindraf.

But zero arrest or prosecution for the violent UMNO linked Tiga Line Pekida gangsters. Why?

In furtherance of the UMNO racist and religious supremacist agenda.

Karunai Nithi @ Compassionate Justice

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Malaysian Insider

Home Minister slammed for protecting pro-Umno Tiga Line gang

October 07, 2013

The Home Minister is protecting a gang which was listed as unlawful in August because of its link to Umno, said oppostion lawmakers.

DAP national organising secretary Anthony Loke (pic) expressed concern at Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s statement when he allegedly called the Tiga Line underworld group, “his friends and urged them to do what they needed to do”.

The Tiga Line group was on a list of 49 secret societies released by the Home Ministry in August amid promises by the authorities to crack down on these groups.

Home Minister slammed for protecting pro-Umno Tiga Line gang


Carry on, Zahid tells ‘Tiga Line’ dons
12:42PM Oct 7, 2013

VIDEO | 3:07 mins

EXCLUSIVE Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has tough words for criminal gangs but the home minister appears to have a soft spot for the Tiga Line underworld group, calling them his friends and urging them to do what they needed to do.

He pointed out that they had checked out 178,217 Malays, 77,104 Chinese, 73,505 Indians and 51,517 other races in a crackdown against the underworld.

Of this, 14,511 were found to be secret society members – 6,171 Malays, 1,701 Chinese, 3,685 Indians and 2,954 from the other races.

But from here on was a strange twist, with Zahid zooming in on Tiga Line and declaring that they really weren’t thugs and were in fact some form of benevolent gangsters that only turned up at festivals.

‘Tiga Line not thugs’

“The 6,171 Malays, they are not real thugs (samseng), they were Pekida members and were part of the Tiga Line group, Gang 30, Gang 7 – these are festivities (kenduri-kendara) gangsters…

“I tell our Tiga Line friends, do what should be done,” he said to loud cheers from the room.

Tiga Line is among a list of 49 secret societies released by the Home Ministry in August and declared unlawful.

Carry on, Zahid tells ‘Tiga Line’ dons

The Sun Daily

Police to monitor, visit KL schools to curb crime among students

KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 1, 2013): Kuala Lumpur police have made it compulsory, from today, for their school liaison officers (PPS) to monitor and visit twice monthly the 298 schools in the federal capital to ensure the students are not involved in crime, especially gangsterism.

Kuala Lumpur police chief, Datuk Mohmad Salleh said the move was aimed at enhancing monitoring in assisting the school authorities identify effective strategies to combat crime involving students, especially gangsterism.

“Recently, we were shocked with the surge of secret society gang activities and serious crime, and we don’t want these groups to recruit school students for such activities.

“Therefore, we urge the schools to cooperate with us (police) in a more transparent manner. I want the school authorities to report to us, all undesirable incidents happening at their school and not to protect any student guilty of misconduct, particularly crime, so that early measures can be taken jointly.”

Mohmad said this at a dialogue with school heads at the Royal Malaysian Police College, here, today.

Police to monitor, visit KL schools to curb crime among students


Monday September 30, 2013 MYT 7:00:20 AM

Interpol to help track Malaysian gangsters abroad

GEORGE TOWN: Police will be working hand-in-hand with the Interpol to trace gang leaders and members who have fled overseas to avoid arrest, said Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

“It doesn’t matter if they come back or not, the Interpol will help us arrest them and they will be detained under the proposed amendments to the Prevention of Crime Act 1953,” he told reporters after visiting the late Sjn Zal-Azri Abd Somad’s residence in Tingkat Sungai Gelugor here.

He also said there were no plans to discontinue Ops Cantas Khas, which is aimed at crippling underworld activities.

“It will not end on Oct 19 as claimed by certain parties. It will be carried out until we’re done combating serious crimes,” he said.

Interpol to help track Malaysian gangsters abroad

The problem, he said, largely stemmed from the displacement of more than 300,000 Indians from the plantation sector when the plantations they worked for were acquired.


29 September 2013| last updated at 12:02AM

Keeping troubled youth out of crime

Poverty and poor parenting drive many Indian youth to a life of crime, as revealed by a former gang member to the New Sunday Times recently. Audrey Vijaindren and Shanti Gunaratnam talk to experts on what needs to be done to tackle the problem

A RECENT survey has indicated that Indian gangster groups target school leavers and students who come from broken homes, says HELP University’s Institute of Crime and Criminology lecturer R. Paneir Selvam.

“Often, Indian gangsters use students who are members of gangs to identify potential members.

“These students come from backgrounds where they’re not given attention to enable them to excel at school.

“Lack of parental supervision and socio-cultural activities cause many to be dropouts, introducing them to the world of petty crime.”


Khairy dodges PCA bullet, again

Having positioned himself as a progressive, the proposed detention without trial in the Prevention of Crime Act (PCA) amendments appear to be too hot a potato for Youth and  Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin to handle.

Khairy ducked questions on the matter at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur today and later left the scene when chased down by Malaysiakini on the matter.

“I want to talk about my forum, PCA is another forum. I think you came to the wrong forum,” he said when asked about the controversial law that the government claims will help combat crime.

Ironically, the event was entitled ‘National Youth Forum: Handling Serious Crime and Gangsterism’.

After fielding a few more questions from the media, Khairy abruptly ended the press conference and walked away.

When approached afterwards by Malaysiakini about the PCA again, Khairy merely replied, “The press conference is over, the press conference is over,” as he  strode off.

Khairy dodges PCA bullet, again

The Rembau MP said his ministry would launch a “social inclusion” programme to provide skills, funds and counseling to youths at risk of joining gangs, existing gang members as well as those who had left gangs.

Free Malaysia Today

War on gangs: Youth Ministry targets high-risk areas

Anisah Shukry | September 28, 2013

The Youth and Sports Ministry intends to tackle gangsterism and organized crime at the grass roots level.

KUALA LUMPUR: The government’s ongoing war on gangsterism was boosted today with the Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin declaring that the ministry would go to the ground and weed-out gang members in “high-risk” areas.

Khairy, who is Umno and Barisan Nasional youth chief, said relying on the long arm of the law to tackle organized crime and gangsterism in the country was not enough.

“Our efforts need to be more holistic; we cannot just rely on law enforcement. There needs to be efforts to intervene at the fundamental level,” Khairy said in his opening speech at a forum on managing crime and gangsterism in Malaysia.

“So, we must identify the root causes behind the youths’ involvement in gangs. We need to  help those living in high risk areas and intervene before they are sucked into this gangsterism phenomenon.”

War on gangs: Youth Ministry targets high-risk areas


Saturday September 28, 2013 MYT 11:14:46 AM

Murder accused flaunt gang affiliation

Defiant: Narendran pathy (in blue) Sethupathi (behind, wearing striped t-shirt) and Aiman holding up four fingers to depict their gang number while being escorted out of the court in Malacca. — R.S.N MURALI / The Star

Defiant: Narendran pathy (in blue) Sethupathi (behind, wearing striped t-shirt) and Aiman holding up four fingers to depict their gang number while being escorted out of the court in Malacca. — R.S.N MURALI / The Star

MALACCA: Three men who are believed to be members of the 04 triad cheekily showed four fingers to depict their gang number when they were led out from a magistrate’s court after being charged with murder.

The accused, P. Narendranpathy, 26, P. Sethupathi, 25, and Aiman Mazlan, 21, smiled when press photographers rushed to take their pictures outside the courthouse.

Murder accused flaunt gang affiliation


Friday September 27, 2013 MYT 8:12:31 PM

Man gunned down in car near house of slain gang member

JOHOR BARU: About a dozen people who had gathered in the house of a slain gang 04 member to chant prayers were shocked when a friend who had come to attend the prayers was gunned down about 10 metres from the house.

The incident occurred at about 8.25pm when the victim, K. Anand, 29, from Kedah had come to the house of D. Selvam, 35, known as “Teratai Boy Johor” who was shot dead in Malacca on Sept 12.

It is learnt that the victim, a businessman, together with another man had come for the 16th day prayers when two men on a motorcycle came up to their car in Jalan Teratai 32 in Taman Johor Jaya before firing at least four shots.

Man gunned down in car near house of slain gang member


Thursday September 26, 2013 MYT 9:48:20 PM

Eight ‘Geng 36’ secret society members held

KUALA LUMPUR: Eight members of the secret society, Geng 36, which is believed to be active in drug trafficking activities were detained in an operation, Ops Khas Narkotik around the city on Saturday.

Kuala Lumpur Narcotic CID chief ACP Wan Abdullah Ishak said four of the suspects aged between 20 and 30 were arrested on Sept 21 at a house in Cheras.

“Police seized various types of drugs including 938 grams of ganja, 476 grams of heroin and 25 grams of Methamphetamine.

“Police also found five samurai swords and six machetes in the living room as well as an air rifle in a cupboard,” he said.

Eight ‘Geng 36’ secret society members held


21 September 2013| last updated at 03:50PM

Student among nine arrested for possessing, producing home-made bombs

ALOR STAR: Kedah police arrested nine people including a 14-year-old student at two separate locations in Sungai Tukang, Sungai Petani for possessing and producing 10 home-made bombs today.

The suspects were picked up during separate raids at a house and a workshop by the state police contingent Serious Crime division (D9) with assistance from the Kuala Muda district police’s Criminal Investigation Department (CID) team, between 11am and 2.30pm.

Among the home-made bombs seized by Kedah police today. — Azhar Ramli

Read more: Student among nine arrested for possessing, producing home-made bombs – Latest – New Straits Times

The Sundaily

Police were ascertaining whether the suspects aged between 14 and 49 were also responsible for two other cases involving firearm in Kota Setar and an explosion which resulted in the death of a woman last year in Sungai Petani, as well as other crimes in the state, he said.

“The bombs can hurl a car as high as two or three storeys of a building upon exploding. The 14-year-old suspect could possibly be a dropout and we are investigating the motive for his involvement in the group,” he told reporters when met at the state police contingent headquarters here today.

14-year-old boy among homemade bomb suspects in Kedah

According to Jalil, from the 8,449 suspects; 3,620 were Malays, 1,052 Chinese, 2,425 Indians and 1,352 others. A large number of weapons were also confiscated including a hand grenade and 23 firearms.

He further highlighted that police would be focusing on the next step and that is to nab the kingpins inside the underworld syndicate.

Free Malaysia Today

Cops going after gang leaders now

Alfian ZM Tahir | September 17, 2013

Police intensifies its effort nationwide in hunting down the gang leaders

SHAH ALAM: 24 members of the notorious 08 underworld syndicate have been arrested by Selangor police in the past one month said its police chief Mohd Shukri Dahlan.

From August 17 to September 16, police detained 4,797 suspected criminals including a wanted gang leader from the infamous 08 gang…

Meanwhile in another development, 106 individuals have been arrested under the Societies Act in Selangor since September 5 with 86 investigation papers opened.

Bukit Aman Secret Societies Vice and Gambling Division principle assistant director Abdul Jalil Hassan said that 8,449 suspected gangsters have been arrested in a special Ops Cantas operation since it was launched on August 17.

Cops going after gang leaders now

Tuesday, 17 September 2013

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That gangsters are hurrying to rid themselves of tattoos is no surprise given that police are looking out for these markings, some of which are blatant gang symbols.


Monday September 16, 2013 MYT 7:12:35 AM

Party, sex and tattoo removal

Skin joint: One of the tattoo parlours in Danok.

Skin joint: One of the tattoo parlours in Danok.

DANOK (Thailand): Thai towns that are close to the Malaysian border are known for their carnal attractions, but Danok, just across Kedah’s Bukit Kayu Hitam, is now famous for something else – tattoo removal.

Following the nationwide crackdown on gangsterism under Ops Cantas Khas, gang members are making a beeline for this town to get tattoo artists to either modify or to have the images removed.

The gang members will typically spend a week here and party from dusk to dawn before heading back to Malaysia after their bodies are sufficiently “cleansed”.

“Usually, the gang members emerge in the evenings after consuming lots of alcohol,” said tattooist Osman Rusof.

“They need to be ‘infused’ with courage as the procedure is quite painful. For those with signs that are obvious, we need to redesign it,” said the Thai.

Party, sex and tattoo removal

The Home Ministry begins solving “the Mystery of the gangster list”.

Malaysian Insider


Ministry has begun probe into dubious gangster list, says IGP

September 14, 2013
Latest Update: September 14, 2013 09:24 pm

The Home Ministry is working to find the “source” who released the names of 30 purported gang leaders to the media last week. Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar (pic) said ministry officials will be calling journalists who wrote the story to find out where they got the list

“This you should ask KDN (Home Ministry), they are the ones investigating the matter,” said Khalid after launching National Blue Ocean Strategy in Jalan Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur, this morning.

Subsequently, Deputy Home Minister Datuk Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar told The Malaysian Insider the ministry was perplexed about who released the names. The list was first published by Bernama.

Police have said the list did not come from them.


14 September 2013| last updated at 11:59AM

Perak cops nabbed 3 suspected secret society members

POH – Perak police detained three individuals who are believed to be members of a secret society during an operation codenamed ‘Ops Cantas Khas’ at Taman Harmoni, Buntong, here last night.

Ipoh OCPD, ACP Sum Chang Keong said the four-hour operation, which began at 9pm, was carried out following police intelligence and requests from residents in the area.

“A man was detained for an offence under Section 457 of the Penal Code while two other men were detained under Section 324 of the Penal Code,” he told reporters after the operation.

He said investigations were still ongoing to determine which secret society the men belonged to.

Perak cops nabbed 3 suspected secret society members

INFAMY! Malaysian Gangs, Indian gangs in particular, have made Indian news!

The New Indian Express

71% of criminals in Malaysia are of Indian origin’

Published: 13th September 2013 07:36 AM

Last Updated: 13th September 2013 07:36 AM

A whopping 71 per cent of gangsters in Malaysia are of Indian origin, according to a criminologist from the South-East Asian nation. Quoting statistics released by the Malaysian Government, Professor P Sundramoorthy of the Universiti Sains Malaysia said that these Malay Indians, who operated in gangs, were engaged in illegal drug trade. He was delivering a lecture on ‘Crime Control Strategies in Malaysia’ organised by the Tamil Nadu Open University (TNOU), here on Thursday.

Sundramoorthy, who is also the principal investigator, research team on crime and policing in Penang Province, said gun culture involving these gangs had increased in the island nation in the last six months like never before in the last 40 years.

“These people come in bikes, open fire and flee and there are two or three such cases in a month. Their victims are also Malaysian Indians. Gangs of all ethnic groups that involve in illegal drug trade have merged now and in that, Indians are active in violent crimes. This has drawn widespread attention,” he said.

‘71% of criminals in Malaysia are of Indian origin’

The Star

  • 13 Sep 2013
  • The Star Malaysia

Gang members shot dead

Men linked to Gangs 04 and 36 slain in shootout with cops

Two killed after 10-minute shootout with police near hypermarket in Malacca. MALACCA: Two men, suspected to be Gang 04 and Gang 36 members, were shot dead during a shootout with police here.

Gunned down: Police investigating at the scene where two suspected gang members were shot dead in Malacca. — A MALEX YAHAYA / The Star

The Sundaily

Two suspected Gang 36 members killed

MALACCA (Sept 12, 2013): Two suspected Gang 36 members were shot dead in a shootout with police at a junction between near the Tesco Hypermarket Cheng 1 at Taman Paya Rumput Utama here today.

The duo, travelling in a Perodua Myvi, fired five shots at the police who tried to flag them down in the 9.20am incident.

The police returned fire and killed the duo in the shootout which lasted between five and 10 minutes.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said one of them was a 25-year-old man known as Teratai Boy while the other a 35-year-old man is yet to be identified.

“Thirty-five officers from Bukit Aman and Malacca state police were involved in the the special crime prevention operation dubbed Ops Cantas to track down criminals. Police recovered two automatic pistols, cannabis and police badges on the bodies and the car,” he told a news conference here today.

Two suspected Gang 36 members killed

Two suspected robbers were shot dead at the traffic junction next to the Tesco Hypermarket in Cheng here on Thursday.


Two wanted men shot dead in Malacca


Alfian ZM Tahir | September 12, 2013

The police killed the duo after exchanging gunshots near a hypermarket.

MALACCA: Two allegedly highly dangerous criminals were shot dead today by a group of police officers in a joint operation between the Malacca police and Bukit Aman.

The serious crime unit (D9) from Malacca and Bukit Aman killed the two men after exchanging fire with them at a road junction next to Tesco Hypermarket in Cheng.

In the 9.20am incident, police units spotted the two wanted men in a silver Perodua Myvi before approaching the car in an attempt to arrest the suspects.

However, according to a police source, one of the suspects opened fire at the police officers as they advanced to the suspect’s car.

“My team tried to stop them, I introduced myself as a police officer and I was wearing a police jacket. As I got near to the car, I heard gun shots and I saw one of the men had a gun on his hand.”

“We exchanged fire and the two men died on the spot,” the source said.





Thursday September 12, 2013 MYT 8:05:45 AM

‘Gang logos’ in Penang road painted before procession

Swastikas and the number ‘4’ painted on Jalan Delima in Island Glades, Penang.

Swastikas and the number ‘4’ painted on Jalan Delima in Island Glades, Penang.

GEORGE TOWN: The images said to resemble gang logos in Jalan Delima, Island Glades, were painted in early August this year, according to a resident living along the road.

“I saw a few girls painting the images on the road before a chariot procession took here.

“It is quite unusual as the images are not what you usually see during religious festivals like Thaipusam,” said the resident who declined to be named.

A Penang Hindu Association spokesman said the paintings on the road was done during religious festivals and mainly revolved around floral themes unlike what was seen in Jalan Delima.

He, however, chided the people behind the road painting for including the swastikas.

“The swastika is a symbol of our religion and shouldn’t be on the road where people can step on it or drive over it,” he said.


Wednesday September 11, 2013 MYT 7:27:23 AM

Gang logos painted on road in Penang’s residential area

GEORGE TOWN: Images resembling gang logos have been found painted on the road in Jalan Delima, Island Glades, here.

A businessman from Kuala Lumpur who wished to be known only as Wu, said he was in the area to attend a friend’s funeral and was waiting at a traffic light junction when he spotted the images.

“I initially thought they were kolam (art using rice, sago or flour). But when I took a closer look, there were swastikas and designs resembling the gang logos I saw in the newspapers.

“If they are really gang logos, then it is quite worrying as it could be the members blatantly showing their influence there.

Gang logos painted on road in Penang’s residential area

It’s a mystery worthy of an Agatha Christie novel!

Malaysian Insider

Home Ministry, police turn a whodunit into a who’ll buy it?

September 11, 2013
Latest Update: September 11, 2013 09:20 am

Wanted: A detective who can solve this mystery.

The whodunit: The Home Ministry says it wants to know who in the ministry had released to the media the names of 30 gang leaders – a name list which includes an MIC politician who has since threatened to sue the government.

Deputy Home Minister Datuk Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar (pic) told The Malaysian Insider that ministry officials were perplexed about who released the names.

“We don’t know who did it but we want to know as well,” he said, adding that he did not know if the list was real or not.

The players: Bernama, the state-owned, pro-government news agency which took a rare stab at investigative journalism and reported the names on Friday, citing the Home Ministry as its source.

Another player, the police. They report to the Home Ministry but say they did not give these names to the ministry… to which they report, by the way.

“I don’t know who is the source at the Home Ministry but the input did not come from the police. We have our own list and some gangs listed by the ministry were already under our watch,” Federal Police secret societies, gaming and anti-vice (D7) principal assistant director Datuk Abdul Jalil Hassan told The Malaysian Insider in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

A news portal had reported on certain senior political party leaders attending a function organised by the Kajang Sports and Recreation Club which was claimed to have links with the secret society Gang 36.

Following this, a police report was lodged after the disclosure of a letter through the Internet which claimed that three leaders of a political party were present at the function that was attended by about 6,000 people in Seri Kembangan last Dec 3.

Free Malaysia Today

Gangs deceive public by sponsoring community events

September 10, 2013

Police reveal that secret societies have been sponsoring community events and have even gone to the extent of inviting VVIPs to cover up their illegal activities.

KUALA LUMPUR: Police today revealed that some secret societies deceive the public on their illegal activities by sponsoring official community functions.

Principal assistant director of the federal police (Bukit Aman) Secret Societies, Vice and Gambling Division, Abdul Jalil Hassan said police realised this trend and that these secret societies targeted public functions, especially those attended by VIPs.

“They will sponsor such functions to show that they are involved in community activities. Their aim is none other than to portray that they also do good for society, and they will take photographs with the VVIPs present as proof that they carry out legal activities,” he told Bernama, here, today.

He said this trend among some secret societies was also aimed at infiltrating the local community to divert public attention from their actual activities.


The three politicians who attended the function were MIC deputy president Dr S Subramaniam, MIC Youth chief T Mohan and an Umno Youth top gun “whose name is being withheld until he responds to Malaysiakini’s request for comments”.


Friday, September 6, 2013

Politicians attending ‘Geng 36’ events?

It has become an obligation, compulsory even, for famous politicians to accept invitations by NGOs to attend public functions, hand out mock cheques, give a short speech or pose for photographers while cutting the ribbon.

But a recent controversy involving claims that three top BN leaders attended a gang-related event on the pretext that it was a charity event begs the question whether politicians should be more circumspect in accepting invites.

On Monday, a police report was lodged demanding an investigation into an anonymous letter circulating on the Internet, alleging that the trio were involved in a function organised by ‘Geng 36’ for 6,000 people on Dec 3, 2011 at The Mines, Seri Kembangan.

It was lodged by S Murali (left) in his capacity as a member of an NGO called Tamilar Action Force (TAF). Malaysiakini later learned that he is also the Puchong PKR deputy division chief.

He claimed that his police report was not politically-motivated and his purpose was curbing gang-related activities in the Indian community.

Malaysian Insider

Side Views

Crackdown operation should bring peace, not disturbance – Sin Chew Daily

September 09, 2013
Latest Update: September 09, 2013 05:41 pm

However, the police have recently expanded the operation to shopping malls and public transport stations. Such manner and venues are worth reviewing.

Groups of armed troops had actually walked into the bustling Station Pudu Sentral, crowded Bukit Bintang, the KLCC, Central Market and Kota Raya shopping malls, alarming people doing their shopping, passing by elders and children, as well as tourists. These famous shopping malls are favourite tourist attractions. Although the existence of heavily armed forces could bring deterrent effects, it would at the same time scare the public and affect the joyful atmosphere of shopping centres.

Although gang members or those attempting to commit crimes might hide in shopping malls, the police could just send ordinary law officers or plainclothes detectives to guard or patrol the malls. A large group of heavily armed troops was deployed but only a couple tattooed with secret society logos, pedestrians who did not bring their MyKad, foreign workers and motorcyclists with expired road tax were arrested, showing that the enforcement approach brought only limited success.

It is the police’s responsibility to fight crimes and restore peace. However, the actions taken must be appropriate to avoid overdoing it and creating disturbance instead. It would not worth the candle if public discontentment is provoked. –, September 9, 2013.

* This is the personal opinion of the writer or publication and does not necessarily represent the views of The Malaysian Insider.


Free Malaysia Today

KL CID chief: Gangsters’ names not from us

K Pragalath | September 9, 2013

Kuala Lumpur police says names of top gangsters revealed by the media two days ago were not released by the police.


KUALA LUMPUR: The police did not release names of any gang leaders contrary to media reports two days ago, Kuala Lumpur Criminal Investigations Department (CID) chief Ku Chin Wah clarified today.

He said this when asked to comment on a list of about 40 people who were named as gang leaders, by the media on Saturday. The reports which had quoted sources said the list was released by Bukit Aman.

“I don’t know about that (the list). It is not from us,” Chin Wah told FMT at the Kuala Lumpur police contingent headquarters today.

Ku is the second high ranking police officer to deny that such a list was released by the police. Late last week Bukit Aman vice, gambling and secret societies (D7) principal assistant director Abdul Jalil Hassan said he was unaware of such a list or its source.

The media had reported that police were after the named gang leaders as part of Ops Cantas Khas to eliminate gangsterism.

Malaysian Insider

Police make 5,505 arrests in three weeks in crackdown on gangs, organised crime

September 09, 2013
Latest Update: September 09, 2013 04:58 pm

The police have arrested 5,505 people since the launch of Ops Cantas Khas against criminal gangs and crime syndicates three weeks ago.

According to The Star, the operation also resulted in the seizing of 11 guns, 10 home-made air rifles, three fake guns and 11 bullets.

Bukit Aman Anti-Vice, Gambling and Secret Societies Division (D7) principal assistant director Senior Assistant Commissioner Datuk Abdul Jalil Hassan said 369 people were arrested during the latest operation on Saturday night.

“We checked 7,535 people and 4,810 vehicles on Saturday. We seized a gun, two knives, a parang and recovered three stolen cars and six stolen motorcycles,” The Star reported him as saying.

He added that since Ops Cantas Khas was launched 23 days ago, a total of 137,236 people and 84,540 vehicles have been checked.

“We have arrested 5,505 people believed to be involved in various crimes, including armed robbery, theft, vehicle theft, extortion and secret society activity,” said Abdul Jalil, adding that the police also seized other weapons, including 21 swords, 70 knives, six axes, 11 brass knuckles and a stun gun.

Malaysian Insider

MIC man denies being gang leader, threatens legal action against Home Ministry

September 07, 2013
Latest Update: September 07, 2013 06:53 pm

“I am not a gang leader!”

This is the defiant cry from Kalai Arasu Muniandy (pic), who was named the leader of Gang 36 in a list released by the Home Ministry yesterday.


The 42-year old insisted that he has no criminal record and blamed political rivals for linking him to secret societies, saying that it has damaged his reputation.

Arasu is a MIC Youth exco member and the party’s Hulu Langat division youth chief.  He joined MIC in 2000. He will be vying for a position in the MIC central working committee at the coming party polls.

But his fortunes may have changed yesterday when the Home Ministry named “Kajang Kalai” from Gang 36 as one of the gangsters wanted by police.

Kalai Arasu was immediately linked to that list based on the similar nickname and locale, and since then, he has been hounded by phone calls.

“I am not in any gangs. I have never been arrested or charged. I don’t understand why my name is on the list,” Kalai Arasu told The Malaysian Insider.

MIC man denies being gang leader, threatens legal action against Home Ministry


Saturday September 7, 2013 MYT 7:11:56 PM

MyWatch claims Gang 36 leader is also MIC branch head

PETALING JAYA:  MyWatch adviser S. Gobi Krishnan has claimed that a Gang 36 leader is also an MIC member and holds posts in the party.

Gobi also alleged in a statement that was a youth branch head and also a member of the MIC youth executive council.

“It is indeed shocking that gangsters are holding high-ranking positions in the party, which explains why no action was taken against him, ” Gobi said.

Gobi believed that the infiltration of gangsters into the party posed a national threat.

On Friday, a list of local gang leaders’ names was made public, and Gobi claimed an MIC youth leader was one of the names on the list.

MIC youth chief T. Mohan, however, denied any knowledge of the MIC leader’s involvement in gangsterism and questioned the legitimacy of the allegations.

“Why haven’t the police caught him if he was involved in crime?” he questioned.

Mohan said that he was sceptical of the gang leaders’ name list.

“I do not understand who endorsed the names. Why would the police release the names? Will that not cause the criminals to run and hide?” said Mohan.

He also questioned why were there no names of gang leaders from other communities in the list.


Saturday September 7, 2013 MYT 7:12:12 AM

Cops reveal names of 30 gang leaders

KUALA LUMPUR: More than 30 local leaders of Gangs 04, 08 and 36 and their areas of control have been made public following Ops Cantas Khas.

The people on the list, according to Bernama quoting Home Ministry sources, are still actively operating on their turf.


06 September 2013| last updated at 12:48AM

Nine suspected hitmen nabbed near Thai border

BUKIT KAYU HITAM: Bukit Aman police nabbed nine suspected hitmen from 04 and 08 triads while trying to flee to Thailand this evening.

The suspects, from Kedah, Perak and Selangor, were detained at the Bukit Kayu Hitam Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) complex at 7.30pm today.

He said all suspects had the triad tattoos on their bodies and that they were members of secret societies from Kedah, Perak and Selangor.

Bukit Aman anti-vice, gambling and secret societies division (D7) principal assistant director Datuk Abdul Jalil Hassan shows a picture of tatoo on the body of one of the 9 suspects nabbed at the Bukit Kayu Hitam Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) complex. — NSTP/Shahrizal Md Noor
Read more: Nine suspected hitmen nabbed near Thai border – Latest – New Straits Times

Malaysian Insider

Ex-triad boss now in politics, says ex-CID chief

September 04, 2013

Former CID director Tan Sri Zaman Khan Rahim Khan has revealed that a former convict who was a triad chief is now a low-ranking leader in a political party in Penang.

He said that when he was in the police force, he had the man arrested in Thailand, prosecuted in Malaysia and sentenced to jail.

The former convict had been the head of a secret society in Malaysia and his active involvement in politics was an unhealthy development for politics in the country, Zaman Khan said.

He did not reveal the identity of the leader but told Bernama that the individual was now a low-ranking leader of a political party in Penang.


Shamsul Sulaiman, former DPP, “It’s a personal concern of mine that a lot of these NGOs are politically motivated. When the (Home) Minister does something, they push him to do some more. When he does something good, they say it’s too late. That’s the part which is not nice about the whole thing.” 

Free Malaysia Today

Butt out of police business, NGOs told

Lisa J. Ariffin | September 3, 2013

They should not get involved in the tussle between police and gangsters, says ex-government prosecutor Shamsul Sulaiman

PETALING JAYA: A former deputy public prosecutor has urged all NGOs to “stay out of the way” of the police and Home Ministry’s efforts in combating crime.

Shamsul Sulaiman said this in response to Malaysian Community Crime Care Association (MCCCA) pro-term committee member, V Ravindran, who wanted the police to make public the names of the most wanted gang leaders as a commitment towards fighting crime.

“Excuse us, but we’re NOT gangsters!” say 3 societies. So far, their names have not been revealed….

The Sundaily

Firms cry foul over similar names with secret societies

PUTRAJAYA (Sept 2, 2013): In a bizarre twist to the gazetting of 49 secret societies last week, three companies have complained to the Registrar of Society (ROS) of being affected as their names and logos were similar to some of those used by the gangs.

ROS director-general Datuk Abdul Rahman Othman said he will investigate the complaints.

He said his officers and police will work together to investigate the complaints.

He said the confusion about the names and symbols used by the gangs and legitimate companies which were registered should not have occurred.

“This should not have happened and we will look into the matter. I have asked my officers and the police to check into it,” he told a press conference after handing out registration certificates to 20 political parties at his office here today.


Gangsters flee across borders to remove tattoos

The ongoing police operation ‘Ops Cantas’ is showing its effectiveness so much so members of secret societies are attempting to flee to neighbouring countries to remove their tattoos depicting logos of triads.

Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar today said some were caught while trying to travel to neighbouring countries.

He said arrested gang members told the police that they feared they would be nabbed if they sought to remove the tattoos locally.

Khalid added the police would continue to monitor Malaysian borders closely to trace those who came back to the country after having their tattoos removed.

Gangsters flee across borders to remove tattoos


Group demands probe on BN trio’s ‘mob links’

A NGO have have lodged a police report over an anonymous letter claiming that three prominent BN leaders had attended a function organised by a criminal organisation known as ‘Geng 36’.

Tamilar Action Force committee member S Murali, who came across the letter on Facebook, had urged the police to investigate the veracity of the claims made in the letter, which was addressed Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak.

Murali’s police report stated that an investigation is warranted because ‘Geng 36’ is an “illegal group” and the letter had claimed that there were politicians involved at their function.

According to the letter, which was distributed to the press by Murali, the event was held at The Mines, Seri Kembangan on Dec 3, 2011 involving between 6,000 to 7,000 people.

The names of the three leaders quoted in the letter are withheld pending replies to Malaysiakini’s request for comments. Two prominent MIC leaders and one Umno leader were cited.

Group demands probe on BN trio’s ‘mob links’

Free Malaysia Today

Name the gang leaders

P Ramani | September 2, 2013

Merely naming gang leaders will not curb crime. Further concrete actions must be taken to nab criminals.

PETALING JAYA: The police should make public the names of the most wanted gang leaders as a commitment towards fighting crime, demands Malaysian Community Crime Care Association (MCCCA) pro-term committee member, V Ravindran.

According to Ravindran, MCCCA is willing to throw its support behind the Home Ministry in its effort to release the names.

Nevertheless, he said that merely releasing the names will not do any good. “Even a school boy can come out with a list.

“I am sure the police have gang leaders’ profiling obtained from their ground intelligence and they should announce to the public and go after them,” said Ravindran


Monday September 2, 2013 MYT 11:43:44 AM

Gangsters with magic shields

> SINAR Harian reported that it is common for gang members to resort to black magic to become invincible as a means to remain in power.

Founder of the At-Tobibi Islamic Treatment Centre and independent preacher Datuk Shamsuri Shafie claimed gang members need to be brave as they are involved in crime and some would seek the help of talismans, charms or chants to make them invincible.

“With such powers they become braver and have no fear of acting beyond the norm. This is because they are obsessed with staying in power in their respective areas,” he claimed.

Shamsuri, who claimed to be a former gang member himself, said there were various forms of black magic used by gang members such as susuk (inserting needles into the body), chants and special rings.

IGP: No VIPs linked to gangs; Dep IGP: Yes, there are; Kidurong(Sarawak) assemblyman Chiew Chin Sing: The people are very eager to see some visible results in this latest operation by the police against the crime lords, especially the VIPs.


  • 1 Sep 2013
  • The Star Sarawak

Nail the big fish

Kidurong rep wants police to reveal names of gangster-linked VIPS

Whatever it is, the public expect to see something more conclusive and productive (from the police) in dealing with these VIP gangsters. — CHIEW CHIN SING

The authorities have been urged to reveal the names of VIPs, including prominent business figures and politicians, in Sarawak linked with gangsters, and to take action against them. The people have the right to know who they are, says a state assemblyman.

MIRI: As the Deputy InspectorGeneral of Police has publicly confirmed that there is a possibility of VIPs and prominent figures in Sarawak actively involved with gangsters, the police and Home Ministry are encouraged to reveal their names and other particulars.

Kidurong assemblyman Chiew Chin Sing believed that the police owed an explanation to the people as to why they had yet to nail these “VIP gangsters”.

“What the Deputy IGP (Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Mohd Zinn) has said is not really a surprise to the people in Sarawak. It is an open secret that certain VIPs, comprising politicians and prominent businessmen, are connected to gangsters and using gangster tactics,” he told The Star yesterday.

He claimed that while the police had been going after the “small fish”, the “big fish” remained untouched.

Calling it “an act of injustice against the people”, Chiew claimed that the citizens demanded to know whether the VIPs were still holding public office, which political party they were from, which companies they owned and where they were living.

“The police must also tell the people when they are going to arrest these gangster-linked VIPs.


31 August 2013| last updated at 03:04PM

KL police hunts 8 car-jacking suspects

KUALA LUMPUR: Eight suspects of 37 wee hours ‘rear-hit’ luxury car-jacking and robbery cases in the Klang Valley are on the loose.

City police chief Datuk Mohmad Salleh said the suspects aged from 21 to 26 have been active since early this year and believed to have set drivers of luxury cars worth RM100,000 and above as their prime targets.

“They are believed to be involved in 37 out of the 49 cases reported since January, as the 37 was reported to be committed by dark-skinned suspects.

He added that people with information on the suspects are urged to contact the city police’s Criminal Investigation Department D4 division officer at 016-6181556.

For names of the suspects, read

WHAT A QUICK TURN-AROUND! Earlier, Inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar had denied the allegation that heavyweight politicians are backing secret “gangster” societies. Now, his deputy contradicts him.

Malaysian Insider

Cops admit VIPs may be involved in gangs

August 31, 2013
Latest Update: August 31, 2013 05:15 pm

Police have admitted that VIPs could possibly be involved in the gangs revealed by the home ministry on Wednesday.

Deputy Inspector-General of Police Datuk Seri Bakri Mohd Zinin said while this could be true, a proper verification is needed by the ministry.

Malaysian Insider

Gangsters go into hiding to escape police heat

August 31, 2013
Latest Update: August 31, 2013 04:16 pm

Gangsters around the country have decided to fly under the radar to avoid detection by the police following a nationwide crackdown.

The Star today quoted an ex-gang member as saying that the underworld has been rocked by the operations, named Ops Cantas Khas by police, and have decided to “wait out until this blows over”.

Gangs, he noted, have slowed down or completely stopped operations of their trade (mostly drugs distribution) in the Klang Valley after the operation was launched recently.

“I asked some of my friends who are still in the gangs to join me for a drink on Merdeka Day, but they said they had to remain hidden for a while,” the daily quoted the former Emergency Ordinance detainee as saying.

“They fear being stopped at roadblocks and getting locked up. They don’t want to confront the police because they know they can’t win.”

The source, who was detained for six years under the EO, pointed out that it was high time that authorities became serious about going after secret societies.

“They have been thriving under the noses of the inactive police force for nearly two decades.”

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30 August 2013| last updated at 10:18PM

Cops reveal logos of 49 secret societies

KUALA LUMPUR — Police today revealed the logos of 49 secret societies that have been outlawed.

Federal police (Bukit Aman) Secret Societies, Gambling and Vice Division principal assistant director Datuk Abdul Jalil Hassan said the logos had been uploaded on the Police’s Facebook page so that the people understood the meaning of the logos and refrain from getting involved in any secret societies.

“For a start, we advise people owning and sticking such logos on cars and houses to remove them.

“This is to avoid getting arrested by police. Maybe they do no know the meaning of the logos and are not involved in any secret societies. However, if they insist on having the logos or are identified as being involved in such activities, stern action will be taken,” he told a media conference here today.

Also revealed at the media conference were the descriptions in tattoo form on the body and background information on triads.  — Bernama

Free Malaysia Today

Secret societies: S’wak police roundup 1,425

August 31, 2013

Sixteen of the 49 secret societies listed by the Home Ministry recently were from Sarawak.

KUCHING: A total of 1,425 individuals in Sarawak have been interrogated by police for their involvement in secret societies.

..55 people who were on the wanted list were detained to assist in investigations on criminal cases such as burglaries, robberies and car thefts.

Secret societies: S’wak police roundup 1,425

Leader of Gang Ricky was arrested. This gang is not on the gazetted list.


  • 30 Aug 2013
  • The Star Sarawak

Police swoop on

Leader of Gang Ricky among more than 10 persons from four groups arrested.

SIBU: More than 10 persons belonging to four gangs active in housebreaking, car theft and snatching have been arrested in the last two weeks or so.

Meticulous: Policemen searching for clues on one of the motorcycles.Police sources said the gang members were multi-racial and many had previous criminal records, including for drug abuse.

In the latest arrest, police detained the leader of Gang Ricky at his house in Jalan Salim at 3pm on Wednesday.

It is understood that at the time of arrest, the suspect was in possession of tools used for housebreaking and stealing cars.

Gang Ricky was active in Salim, Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman and Sibu Jaya areas.

Earlier on Tuesday, police also arrested two members of Gang Ricky at a budget hotel in Jalan Channel.

Police disclosed that a pubic tipoff about a suspicious motorcycle parked near the hotel led to the arrest of the duo — a man and his girlfriend.

The motorcycle, which had been modified, had been confirmed to be stolen some time ago.

In the hotel room, police recovered some apparatus used for taking drugs and a sharp object believed to be used for housebreaking and as a weapon.

V Ravindran, protem member of the Malaysia Community Crime Care Association (MCCCA),  disputes claims that 71 per cent of gang members are Indians in Malaysia, though agrees that the majority maybe from the community.

According to him three major factors play the role in pushing the Indians into gangsterism; namely self interest, forced into it and socio-economic difficulties faced by the community.

Free Malaysia Today


‘Social contract’ a norm in gangsterism

B Nantha Kumar | August 30, 2013

A well defined modus operandi operates among gangsters, says a crime watch group.

KUALA LUMPUR: A sort of ‘social contract’ exists among gangsters that drives the Malaysian Indians to top the charts in issues pertaining to gangsterism, claims Malaysia Community Crime Care Association (MCCCA).

“It is obvious like in any other country, the minority community always gets involved in crime and illegal activities; due to unemployment and lack of government support,” said V Ravindran, the protem member of MCCCA.

He further reiterated that there is no possibility for any race to move forward without the appropriate support.

“There is ‘social contract’ between them. The Chinese gangsters are known as ‘golden collar’ (the financial funders), the Malay gangsters as ‘white collar’ (who take care of the government) and finally the Indian gangsters who are called ‘blue collar’- the men on the street,” he said.

“It indeed follows the pattern of socio-economic landscape of the various races in Malaysia,” he added.

The IGP stated that there were no politicians involved in gangs but the Home Ministry links Pekida to 2 Malay secret societies!

Here is Datuk Paduka Hamzah David, who is Federal Territory Pekida Advisor, denying that Pekida is a gang!


Free Malaysia Today

Pekida: ‘Kami bukan gengster, kami tolong Melayu’

Jamilah Kamarudin | June 21, 2011

“Pekida bukan kumpulan gengster, yang gangster, yang ‘pau’ dan pukul orang tu kumpulan ‘serpihan’ yang asalnya dulu Pekida,” kata Penasihat Pekida Wilayah Persekutuan, Datuk Paduka Hamzah Daud.

Read the full article yourself Pekida: ‘Kami bukan gengster, kami tolong Melayu’ | Free Malaysia


Background Pekida MALAYSIA
This organization has been registered on the 10th. May 1983, registration number 146/83 under the Societies Act 1966 and the regulations at No. 1984. 5A MPSP Building, Market Road, 08000 Sungai Petani, Kedah Darul Aman headquarters that now.
To facilitate all forms of business and increase the overall effectiveness of the administration, then at the beginning of this year, Pekida MALAYSIA Headquarters was transferred to the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, at the address: 69E, KOBENA Building 4A, Jalan Raja Abdullah, 50300 Kuala Lumpur.
In 1997, the Organization has approved the new membership of 1,995 people and in 1998 as many as 958 people. Number of members registered as 31. December 1997 stood at 14,295 people, and on the 31st. December 1998 was a total of 15.253 people. Until Today Pekida has registered about 50,000 members.

Indians made up the largest number of secret society members at 28,926, Chinese (8,214), Malays (1,923), Sarawakians (921) and Sabahans (329).


Gov’t finds Pekida factions amongst 49 gangs

The Home Ministry has revealed among the active gangs identified were two main Malay secret societies, which were factions of the Pekida Malaysia group.

One of them is the Double 7 gang with 1,053 members. Set up in November 2005, it is active in 28 areas in the peninsula.

The other group, Tiga Line, which uses the colours of green, blue and red, has 729 active members in 20 areas such as Kuala Lumpur, Kedah, Perak and Selangor. Another Malay gang is the Gang 30.

Home Ministry secretary-general Abdul Rahim Mohamad Radzi also said among the 49 identified secret societies in the country, the 04 and 08 Gangs headed by members of the Indian community as the two most dangerous and active.


Gov’t finds Pekida factions amongst 49 gangs



Malaysia: Gangs ‘hunt rivals via Facebook’

Parang knives laid out to depict the gang symbol

Malaysian gangs have taken to Facebook to post threats and “wanted” notices against rivals, it appears.

Members of criminal groups – many represented by numbers such as 04, 21 and 36 – have blatantly open profiles, where they post threatening status updates and photographs, reports English-language daily the Star. It points to some uploading photos of stacks of cash and knives, adding that many group pages have more than 2,000 members. One regularly posts mugshots of rivals it wants killed, the Star says, quoting one post as reading: “Please inform me… He has been involved in the shooting of one of our brothers.”

The Free Malaysia Today website quotes a criminologist as saying the move is an example of gang members’ decaying moral values, adding: “[They] are not bothered when they publish their acts, as long they get highlighted and obtain more support. This makes them feel stronger.” At the weekend, the Star highlighted how video footage of the funerals of alleged gang members was being posted on YouTube. There may be lessons from the similar use of social media in Mexico, where there have been reports of police tracing – and shooting – gangsters via their social media posts.

Use #NewsfromElsewhere to stay up-to-date with our reports via Twitter.


Tuesday August 13, 2013 MYT 7:30:39 AM

Gangs brazenly going public via Facebook

Bold move: Some gang members gesturing in this photo on Facebook.

Bold move: Some gang members gesturing in this photo on Facebook.

PETALING JAYA: Gone are the days of secret gang handshakes and code words – now members of organised crime are brazenly going public.

Several of the gangs which made the news recently – like the swastika logo 21, the Indian-dominated 36 and mixed-race 18 – are on Facebook.

Although the Facebook groups are closed and require approval to join, the names of administrators and some members are clearly listed.

Some of the Facebook group gangs are 04, 21 (Klang and Shah Alam divisions), 1804 Kaigelz (the gangs 18 and 04 are linked, with 18 drawing its name from the 18 Immortals of Buddhism), and 36, also known as “Bob Marley”.

The members of these groups have blatantly open profiles, with threatening status updates and photographs.

Also shocking is the young age of some of the members. A youth posted a picture of himself on a 36-linked Facebook page.

In the photo, he is wearing his school uniform and holding a drawing of the Om symbol in gang colours and a crudely-sketched hand giving the Tiga Line hand sign.

According to a member of 04 who declined to be named, the younger generation was a liability.

The gang member said that these youths did not treat the gangs like a secret society and brandished logos and hand signs around in plain view.


Sunday August 11, 2013 MYT 12:05:27 PM

Videos of alleged gang members’ funerals being uploaded on the Internet

Taking to the streets: A screen grab from a YouTube video showing what is believed to be a funeral for a ‘Gang 36’ member.

Taking to the streets: A screen grab from a YouTube video showing what is believed to be a funeral for a ‘Gang 36’ member.

PETALING JAYA: Video recordings from funerals of people believed to be gang members are being uploaded on the Internet, along with specially created video montages as “obituaries”.

In most of the videos seen on YouTube, groups of men who are allegedly part of gangs like “Gang 36” and “Gang 0408” take to the streets during the funeral processions.

The videos depicted them on motorcycles and in modified cars, travelling in groups and holding up traffic at some spots along the way, sometimes for several minutes.

Those present at the funerals would generally be dressed in black.

They would place firecrackers before the hearse and set them alight, creating much noise as they danced at the same time.

One video posted on June 9 last year runs for nearly nine minutes.

It showed the funeral of a person allegedly with “Gang 0408” in Menglembu, Perak.

The posting has garnered 287,938 views, with some YouTube viewers voicing their disapproval of the manner in which the funeral was organised.

49 organizations, 40,000+ registered members

The Home Ministry has released the list of secret societies soon, having declared war on illegal activities these gangsters are involved in.


IGP denies politicians backing triads

Inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar has denied the allegation that heavyweight politicians are backing secret “gangster” societies, as reported by the press.

“Who said so?… So far I have never heard of any politicians involved in gangster societies.

“But if we investigate and find out that this is true, we will take the right action,” he told reporters after attending the Hari Raya open house at the Selangor police contingent headquarters today.

Sin Chew Daily had yesterday reported that a number of local heavyweight politicians were backing secret criminal gangs, with several even becoming advisers to the triads.

IGP denies politicians backing triads


Home Ministry declares war on 49 outlawed gangs
1:45PM Aug 29, 2013

The Home Ministry today declared war on 49 gangs as unlawful under the Societies Act 1966, setting the stage for a possible clampdown.

The list includes some of the most active gangs concentrated in Kuala Lumpur and Johor, said the ministry in a statement today.

Among the actions that the ministry can take is seizure of the organisations’ accounts and assets to be wound up by the Insolvency Department.

Home Ministry declares war on 49 outlawed gangs


Change your lifestyle, S’gor police chief tells gangsters

As more than 2,000 people had been detained under Ops Cantas, acting Selangor police chief A Thaiveegan has asked all gangster societies “to change their lifestyle”.

He said that the members of those gangster groups not only bring trouble to society but also to themselves.

NONE“We urge all these groups to change their way of living… If they are arrested, investigated and charged (in the court), will they be happy?” he told a press conference at a Hari Raya open house at the Selangor police contingent headquarters today.

Change your lifestyle, S’gor police chief tells gangsters


29 August 2013| last updated at 01:37PM

Names of 49 organisations linked to gangsterism released

PUTRAJAYA: The Home Ministry today disclosed the names of some 49 organisations comprising over 40,000 registered members linked to gangsterism activities.

Chief secretary Datuk Seri Abdul Rahim Mohamad Radzi said the groups have carried out illegal activities that threatened public security with involvement in narcotics, extortion, turf wars, armed robberies, among others.

Gang members of Indian members outnumbered other races with a total of 28,926 active members, followed by 8,214 gang members of Chinese origin, while 1,923 were Malays.

The organisations gazetted as illegal from the Home Ministry are as follows:
1. Geng 04
2. Geng 08
3. Double 7
4. Tiga Line
5. Geng 30
6. Geng 38
7. Geng 24
8. Geng 18
9. Geng 36
10. Geng 21
11. Ang Soon Thong
12. Wah Kee
13. Sio Sam Ong
14. PNEH
15. Hong Hong San
16. Hai San
17. Sin Ang Bin
18. New Cell 20
19. Jit It Hai
20. Sio Koon Tong
21. Gee Lam Kor
22. Gee Ah Eng
23. Loh Kuan
24. Tiang Yee Tong 
25. Geng Leng Hor
26. Geng 35
27. Geng 303
28. Geng Satu Hati
29. ATAP
30. Hung Ann
31. Sui Yuk
32. Otai
33. Borneo Red EMP
34. Ah Ngau
35. Batu Tiga
36. Ah Feng
37. Batu 10
38. Sibu Ti
39. Ah Seng
40. Ah Chin
41. Lee Lung
42. Lo Han
43. Sg Merah
44. Sg Badut
45. Ting Ching Lee
46. Tua Cak Lee
47. Teksi Station
48. Pintu Merah
49. Krokop


PM: Releasing gang list is not a witchhunt

The government’s decision to release a list of 49 triad gangs this morning was not a form of “witchhunt”, Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak said today.

“This is not a witchhunt, because this is what was desired by the people,” Najib (left) said during a press conference at his office today.

“If we want to live in a country free from crime, then we have to do this,” he added.

PM: Releasing gang list is not a witchhunt


8 August 2013| last updated at 04:37PM

Zahid: Names of 49 crime-related organisations to be revealed tomorrow

PUTRAJAYA: The names of 49 crime-related organisations, including triads, will be revealed tomorrow, said Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

However, only the names of the organisations would be be revealed.

“The ministry’s secretary-general (Datuk Radzi Rahim) will announce it tomorrow,” Ahmad Zahid said..

Zahid: Names of 49 crime-related organisations to be revealed tomorrow

Malaysian Insider

Politicians, the new force behind crime syndicates?

August 28, 2013
Latest Update: August 29, 2013 01:15 am

Local politicians are alleged to have links with at least 10 major secret societies, comprising Chinese, Indian and Malay groups, a source told Sin Chew daily.

“Some of these politicians use their influence and back these gangsters while others act as advisers to the senior group members,” the source revealed.

“The politicians also use the gangsters to help increase their own income through money-lending activities. The returns on illegal money-lending far exceed the conventional interest rates.”

Politicians, the new force behind crime syndicates?


Heavyweight politicians ‘backing’ secret gangs
12:13PM Aug 28, 2013

A number of local heavyweight politicians are said to be backing secret ‘gangster’ societies, with several even becoming the advisers to the gangs.

According to Sin Chew Daily, these groups are part of 10 secret societies, comprising Chinese, Malay and Indian gangster groups, which will be named by the Home Ministry soon.

The list comprises Indian-based “04 gang”, “08 gang”, “21 gang” and “36 gang”; Chinese-dominated “Hong Shun Tang”, “3821”, “Wu Se Qi” (five-coloured flag), “Hong Men” and “Hua Ji Dang”; and the Malay-based “Geng 3 Calit”.

A source also told the daily that Chinese gangsters are actively engaging in illegal businesses, including selling pirated DVDs, operating karaoke outlets, conducting gambling activities, trafficking drugs and offering prostitution services.

“Indian gangsters are comparatively more aggressive as they collect protection fees from hawkers and pub operators as well as becoming shooters.

“Meanwhile, Malay gangsters are more active in ‘taking care’ of construction sites by collecting money there,” the source said.

“Malay’s ‘Geng 3 Calit’ is the most active group and the head of every area is called ayahanda (father),” the source added.

Heavyweight politicians ‘backing’ secret gangs

Hong Men, Wah Kee, 04, 36, and Satu Hati are fighting for new members with Scouts, St. John Ambulance, Chinese Society and Tamil Society.

Malaysian Insider

Side Views

How to become a gang member – Tay Tian Yan

August 28, 2013
Latest Update: August 28, 2013 07:51 pm

In Malaysia, almost everyone has the opportunity to join a secret society without difficulty.

If you are a young man, you will have 50% more chance.

Secret societies are open to all. You don’t need an A or a good-looking face to join.

Just like other societies in schools, secret societies welcome new members, have organised cadres and are active in promoting their activities.

* This is the personal opinion of the writer or publication and does not necessarily represent the views of The Malaysian Insider.

To read the full article, click on

The Sundaily

Gangs to be gazetted in attempts to curb crime

PUTRAJAYA (Aug 26, 2013): Home Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi announced yesterday that gangs involved in syndicated crimes will be “gazetted” in an attempt to curb the mounting use of fireams.

“The move is necessary so that the public are informed on the number of gangs involved as the police force attempts to clamp down on them,” he said, but declined to elaborate on the number of gangs which have been identified by the police.

On the ministry’s plans to use electronic monitoring devices (EMD) on offenders charged under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma), he said the decision will not infringe on the civil liberties of the convicts.

“This (decision) is not a question of human rights, it is to ensure the safety of Malaysians. We will not compromise the lives of Malaysians against 10,000 (charged under SOSMA),” he added.

The EMD will be used at the end of September to track organised and violent crime suspects to ensure they stay out of trouble while out on bail.

Gangs to be gazetted in attempts to curb crime

Malaysian Insider

List of triad gangs to be announced, says Zahid – Bernama

August 26, 2013

The Home Ministry (KDN) will soon announce the list of triad gangs and the crimes committed by their members.

Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said the list of triad gangs will be announced after they are gazetted.

“We already have the list of triads categorised as illegal organisations and the crimes committed,” he told reporters after receiving US congressman Eni Faleomavaega, in Putrajaya today.

Ahmad Zahid said public disclosure of the triad gangs would allow the people to understand that the police are committed in the fight against crime.


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