Helicopter, Dpp, Nasiganja, Police, Ipoh

Helicopter, Dpp

Cops to submit IP on 'nasi ganja' copter to DPP soon | New Straits Times

IPOH: Investigation papers with regards to a helicopter landing at Ipoh Padang here on Friday to pick up 36 packets of 'nasi ganja' will be referred to the Deputy Public Prosecutor soon.

27/7/2021 6:34:00 AM

NSTnation Investigations so far revealed the Bell 505 Global Ranger helicopter, owned by Systematic Aviation Service, had a travel permit and proper maintenance records. Helicopter DPP NasiGanja Police Ipoh

IPOH : Investigation papers with regards to a helicopter landing at Ipoh Padang here on Friday to pick up 36 packets of 'nasi ganja' will be referred to the Deputy Public Prosecutor soon.

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Cops say helicopter that landed in Ipoh to fetch ‘Nasi Ganja’ has permission to cross state borders | Malay Mail IPOH , July 26 — The Bell 505 helicopter which landed at the Padang Ipoh last Friday to collect the city’s famous nasi kandar known as Nasi Ganja reportedly has permission to travel interstate. The permission letter was granted by the Selangor police, Utusan reported. Perak police chief Datuk... pdrm I want to go Ipoh to tapau also. Boleh? so permissioan to cross state line to buy food? Whose helicopter ? It cross state during MCO? summon la

All flight papers in order, says copter owner in nasi ganja pickup | The Malaysian InsightLatar managing director Mohamed Raffe Chekku says he is leaving it to police to investigate.

Nasi Ganja owner thought food order by helicopter was a joke | New Straits TimesNSTnation The owner of the famous NasiGanja initially thought the person who ordered 36 food packets was joking when told that the food would be picked up by helicopter. I am still wondering who had such a craving during a pandemic.

Cops: ‘Nasi ganja’ chopper had permit for maintenance work, not food pickup IPOH : The helicopter that brought 36 packets of 'nasi ganja' from Ipoh to Kuala Lumpur had permission to cross state borders for maintenance, says Perak police chief Datuk Comm Mior Faridalathrash Wahid Every day new statement. Something new every day earlier d chopper did not have permit to land there now all in order..new norm

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Cop charged with accepting RM250 bribe from 'khalwat' couple | New Straits Times IPOH : A policeman was charged at the Sessions Court here today with accepting RM250 bribe from a couple who had committed 'khalwat' (close proximity).