This is how the end began for those enforcers of the MBSA (Shah Alam City Council).
KUALA LUMPUR – An enforcement Director of the Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) is remanded for six days to assist into the investigation on receiving bribery to protect illegal business premises in Sungai Buloh, Selangor.
The remand order was issued by Magistrate Shah Wira Abdul Halim at the Putrajaya Magistrate Court against him beginning today until 19 August 2020.
According to a source, the 59 year-old man was arrested at the Headquarters of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) in Putajaya at 10.15 am just now after giving his statements.
With his arrest, the MACC had arrested a total of 10 individuals over the case involving 9 officers and enforcers from MBSA and a business owner. –MalaysiaGazette
By Teoh Pei Ying – August 14, 2020 @ 4:23pm
KUALA LUMPUR: A Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) enforcement director was arrested today as part of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) investigation into allegations of a protection racket being run involving illegal businesses in Sungai Buloh.
According to a source, the 59-year-old man was arrested after having his statement recorded at the MACC headquarters at 10.15am, today.
The man will be remanded for six days until Aug 19.
The remand order was issued by magistrate Shah Wira Abdul Halim at the Putrajaya Magistrate’s Court today.
With the latest arrest, the MACC has detained 10 individuals in the case, comprising nine MBSA personnel and one trader.
Earlier, three MBSA enforcement officers, aged between 40 and 43, were remanded for six days to assist in the probe.
The investigation began after the emergence of two viral video clips claiming that authorities had not taken action against gambling activities and dens in Bandar Baru Sungai Buloh.