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Police deny viral picture of RM30,000 compound

SEREMBAN: Police have refuted a picture which went viral on social media on a police operations in which compounds amounting to RM30,000 were purportedly issued to individuals for violating the 2021 Aidilfitri standard operating procedure. Nilai police chief, Supt Mohd...

MOH to re-evaluate RM50,000 compound issued to burger seller

PUTRAJAYA:  The Ministry of Health (MOH) will re-evaluate the case of a burger seller in Kelantan who was issued a RM50,000 compound on Sunday for violating the movement control order (MCO), including operating beyond 10 pm, on whether to...

Datuk Seri among 32 compounded for violating CMCO SOP at entertainment centre

BUKIT MERTAJAM: A businessman with the ‘Datuk Seri’ title was among 32 people issued compound fines for violating standard operating procedure (SOP) during the conditional movement control order (CMCO) at an entertainment centre at the Gemilang business centre here...

Police get apology from ‘Uncle Kentang’ on RM10,000 compound issue

IPOH: Social activist, Kuan Chee Heng, who uploaded on his Facebook about a RM10,000 compound fine issued to a third party, which turned out to be false, has apologised to the police. Ipoh district police chief, ACP A. Asmadi Abdul...

Compound for SOP violations only as last resort

KOTA BHARU: The government considers the issue of compound for violations of the standard operating procedures (SOPs) to prevent Covid-19 infection as settled, and enforcement teams have been reminded to issue summonses only as a last resort, said Datuk...

Govt offers discounts on compounds for offences under Act 342

PUTRAJAYA: The Cabinet has today agreed to set the guidelines in determining the compound amount and discount rate under Act 342 and the regulations made thereunder effective today, which among others offer a 50 per cent or 25 per...

Accusing police of cruelty is unfair

KUALA LUMPUR: Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador regarded the act of hurling various accusations at the police, to an extent that it has created a negative perception of the force, as that by individuals who want...

RM10,000 compound not meant to victimise public

KUALA LUMPUR: The government has assured that police would use their discretion when issuing the maximum compound of RM10,000 on those who violate the standard operating procedures (SOPs) of the movement control order (MCO). Senior Minister (Security) Datuk Seri Ismail...

RM10,000 fine for MCO repeat offenders, those spreading Covid

JELI: The enforcement of a RM10,000 compound, effective March 11, will only be imposed on individuals who breach the movement control order (MCO) repeatedly, as well as those who can trigger the spread of Covid-19, said Inspector-General of Police...

Grocery store fined RM250

MIRI: A grocery store was fined RM250 for not displaying the price for canned food sold at the premises on Saturday. Miri Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry (KPDNHEP) enforcement chief Joe Azmi Jamil said the fine was issued after...
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