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Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Pedofilia buat onar, ‘usik’ 2 beradik jual kuih

 

Ketua Polis Daerah Petaling Jaya, Mohamad Fakhrudin Abdul Hamid, berkata siasatan lanjut sedang dijalankan bagi mengesan suspek dan polis akan mengedarkan lakaran fotofit lelaki terbabit. (Gambar Bernama)

PETALING JAYA: Dua beradik lelaki dipercayai menjadi mangsa lelaki pedofilia ketika menjual kuih di kawasan pangsapuri Seksyen 19, Isnin lalu.

Dalam kejadian 9.45 pagi, dua kanak-kanak berusia lapan dan sembilan tahun itu pulang ke rumah dalam keadaan menangis menyebabkan ibu mereka yang pelik bertanya apa yang berlaku.

Harian Metro yang memetik sumber melaporkan, seorang daripada kanak-kanak itu kemudian menceritakan mereka dihampiri seorang lelaki ketika sedang menjual kuih.

“Suspek kemudian menarik tangan mereka secara paksa sebelum melakukan perkara tidak elok kepada kanak-kanak terbabit.

“Akibat ketakutan diperlakukan seperti itu, mangsa menjerit meminta pertolongan sebelum melarikan diri,” kata sumber itu.

Wanita itu kemudian membuat laporan di Balai Polis Sea Park.

Ketua Polis Daerah Petaling Jaya, Mohamad Fakhrudin Abdul Hamid, mengesahkan menerima laporan.

Beliau berkata, siasatan lanjut sedang dijalankan bagi mengesan suspek dan polis akan mengedarkan lakaran fotofit lelaki terbabit. - FMT

Cops opened probe into 1,897 social media cases since 2019

 

Police say 844 or 44.5% of the cases involving social media postings have been solved. (Bernama pic)

KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 1,897 investigation papers were opened for cases involving social media between January 2019 and June 22 this year, said Bukit Aman Criminal Investigation Department (CID) director Abd Jalil Hassan.

He said of this number, 185 cases touched on the royal institution, 112 cases involved racial matters, 168 cases concerned insults against religions and 248 cases were offences against the government.

“The rest involved cases against individuals or agencies. We have solved 844 or 44.5% of the cases and the balance of 1,053 cases or 55.5% are still under investigation.

“During the period from March 18 last year to June 20 this year, investigations into dissemination of fake news on Covid-19 recorded 254 cases, and of this, 109 cases have been solved and 145 are still under investigation,” he said in a statement today.

Jalil said CID through the Classified Crime Investigation Unit, Prosecution/Law Division (D5) in Bukit Aman was responsible for monitoring cases involving social media and investigating them with the help of state police contingents throughout the country.

He said these cases involved the sharing of fake news or incitements which can stir up feelings of disloyalty, create public anxiety or threaten national harmony through reports disparaging the royal institution, the government, administration of justice, and impinging racial and religious sensitivities.

“Investigations are conducted in line with Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 for improper use of network facilities or services, as well as other relevant laws where applicable,” he added.

Jalil advised the public not to abuse social media to share news or information which has not been verified to be authentic.

“The dissemination of fake and seditious news or any news that can cause public anxiety via social media is classified as an offence that can be investigated under Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 and other laws that are in force,” he said. - FMT

Sultan Ibrahim disappointed with slow vaccination in Johor

 


The Sultan of Johor Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar today expressed his disappointment with the state’s slow rate of Covid-19 vaccination.

He urged the federal government to ramp up vaccinations and increase vaccine supplies to Johor because to date, only 10 percent of the state’s 3.78 million population have been vaccinated through the National Covid-19 Immunisation Plan (NIP).

“The vaccination rate is still low and should be improved immediately.

“The Johor government machinery is prepared to provide 50,000 vaccine shots a day, with the target of vaccinating 50 percent of the population in the state within two months,” Sultan Ibrahim said on Facebook today.

He said this after granting an audience to Johor Menteri Besar Hasni Mohammad, Johor state secretary Azmi Rohani, state legal advisor Amir Nasruddin, and Johor health director Dr Aman Rabu.

Sultan Ibrahim also expressed his concern that infections at workplaces, industrial areas, and construction sites have become major contributors to the daily Covid-19 tally.

The ruler said the situation becomes worse when statistics showed that 69 percent of new cases are sporadic within the community where the source of infection could not be ascertained.

“The best solution is to vaccinate all people immediately. This has proven to be successful in many countries that have implemented the vaccination,” he said.

Meanwhile, according to an infographic posted on the Johor Health Department’s Facebook page, a total of 530,193 vaccine doses have been administered in the state as of June 20.

Of the total, 370,186 were first doses while 160,007 were second doses.

Bernama

Harapan prepared to join ‘hybrid Parliament committee’ with conditions

 


The Pakatan Harapan presidential council said it is prepared to join the committee evaluating the reopening of Parliament, but on condition that this does not lead to any delay in the reopening.

It insisted that Parliament must be reconvened before the current state of emergency expires on Aug 1.

“The presidential council is of the view that the setting up of this committee cannot become an excuse to delay the parliamentary sitting.

“Therefore, Pakatan Harapan is prepared to join the committee with the condition that Parliament will still be convened as soon as possible, before Aug 1,” it said in a statement today.

The statement was jointly signed by PKR president Anwar Ibrahim, Amanah president Mohamad Sabu, and DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng.

They said the coalition will also organise a petition among MPs to be presented to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to show that most MPs support reopening the Parliament as soon as possible.

Parliamentary proceedings have been suspended since the emergency was promulgated on Jan 11.

Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin originally announced that Parliament would be reopened during the third phase of the National Recovery Plan expected in September or October, depending on the Covid-19 situation in the country.

However, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Abdullah Ahmad Shah decreed last week that Parliament should be reconvened as soon as possible to debate the emergency laws and the National Recovery Plan.

The government has since announced that a committee would be set up to study the reconvening of Parliament, including whether to convene it as a ‘hybrid’ session combining physical and virtual attendance.

Muhyiddin has assured that the committee will involve opposition representatives. - Mkini

Jual lembu curi untuk Aidiladha, penjawat awam, rakan ditahan

 

Ketua Polis Daerah Jasin, Mispani Hamdan, berkata pihaknya percaya ada rangkaian sindiket mencuri lembu yang aktif ketika musim ibadah korban. (Gambar Bernama)

PETALING JAYA: Polis menahan seorang penjawat awam dan rakannya yang juga warga Indonesia disyaki terlibat secara aktif dengan penjualan lembu curi bagi bekalan Aidiladha di sekitar Jasin, Melaka, sejak April lepas.

Ketua Polis Daerah Jasin, Mispani Hamdan, berkata dua lelaki berusia 53 dan 42 tahun itu ditahan dalam serbuan di rumah masing-masing di Kelubi kira-kira 4 petang semalam.

Katanya, tangkapan itu susulan aduan diterima daripada dua lelaki yang masing-masing kehilangan seekor lembu ternakan pada 16 April dan 28 Mei lalu di Kesang.

“Siasatan mendapati lembu itu dijual kepada seorang peraih di Krubong dengan harga RM2,700 dan RM1,400.

“Kedua-dua suspek turut dipercayai menggunakan surat kebenaran asli daripada Jabatan Perkhidmatan Veterinar untuk pergerakan menjual lembu kepada peraih,” katanya menurut laporan Bernama.

Mispani berkata, siasatan lanjut mendapati kedua-dua mereka tidak mempunyai rekod jenayah lampau.

Suspek warga asing itu direman 14 hari manakala seorang lagi dilepas dengan jaminan polis berikutan mempunyai masalah kesihatan.

Polis juga masih meneruskan siasatan kes kecurian lembu susulan menerima satu lagi laporan semalam mengenai kehilangan tujuh lembu di Kesang Pajak dengan anggaran kerugian RM15,000.

“Kita percaya terdapat rangkaian sindiket mencuri lembu di kawasan Kesang yang aktif ketika musim ibadah korban sempena perayaan Aidiladha,” kata Mispani.

Menurutnya, kes disiasat mengikut Seksyen 379 Kanun Keseksaan. - FMT

A tonne of durians hit the road as lorry turns turtle

 

Durians were strewn all over the highway after the lorry skidded and overturned after its tyre burst. (Facebook pic)

SEREMBAN: A durian-laden lorry heading to Kuala Lumpur from Segamat, Johor overturned on the North-South Expressway (PLUS), dumping a tonne of the King of Fruits on the highway.

Nilai district police chief Mohd Fazley Ab Rahman said the incident took place at the KM279.9 mark of the expressway (northbound), near Nilai, about 7km from the Seremban rest and service area at 1.55pm.

“The incident is believed to have occurred when the 25-year-old driver lost control of the vehicle after its rear left tyre burst.

“The lorry then skidded before it overturned on the left side of the expressway, causing 1,000kg of durians to be scattered all over the road,” he said in a statement, here, today, adding that the lorry driver and his 52-year-old attendant sustained minor injuries.

Fazley said the case was being investigated under Rule 10 LN 166/59. - FMT

Selangor records RM144.7mil in direct sales from e-Bazar campaigns

 

Amirudin Shari says the state is planning to hold two more E-Bazar campaigns by the end of the year.

SHAH ALAM: Four “online bazaar” campaigns organised by the Selangor government managed to record a total of RM144.7 million direct sales and created ripple effects amounting to RM2.95 billion, menteri besar Amirudin Shari said today.

The four campaigns were E-Bazar Raya 2020 that was organised during the first movement control order (MCO) followed by E-Bazar 11.11 Mega Sales, E-Bazar CNY 2021 during MCO 2.0 earlier this year and E-Bazar Raya 2021.

He said the state government had invested RM7 million for the campaigns that attracted participation from 294,119 sellers, including 74,837 new sellers.

“The organisation of these campaigns keep the state’s economy moving while creating alternative sales channels so that local businesses can survive, especially under various restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic,” he said at the virtual press conference organised by the Selangor Information Technology and Digital Economy Corporation (Sidec) today.

He said the state is planning to hold two more E-Bazar campaigns by the end of the year, including a year-end sales campaign that would involve Shopee and Lazada e-commerce platforms.

At the event, Amirudin also launched Sidec TV that was established to benefit and share knowledge with those who want to venture into the e-commerce field or start a business by visiting the website. - FMT