Foreign worker get RM3,000 fine over RM50 bribe to policeman in Perak

7/10/2022 6:39:00 AM

Foreign worker get RM3,000 fine over RM50 bribe to policeman in Perak

Foreign worker get RM3,000 fine over RM50 bribe to policeman in Perak

IPOH, Oct 7 — The Sessions Court here today fined a Bangladeshi estate worker RM3,000 after the man pleaded guilty to bribing a traffic police sergeant last year. Judge Ahmad...

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Friday, 07 Oct 2022 11:31 AM MYT IPOH, Oct 7 — The Sessions Court here today fined a Bangladeshi estate worker RM3,000 after the man pleaded guilty to bribing a traffic police sergeant last year.Judge Ahmad Kamar Jamaludin meted out the fine on Khan Obaydul, 30, for offering the policeman a RM50 bribe as an inducement to not take action against him for not wearing a crash helmet while riding a motorcycle.A villager, Ismail Husin, 72, said he was in his house with his wife when he saw the water level rising at about 8pm on Tuesday.He was charged with committing the offence at Jalan Kg.“There were 15 passengers in the bus when the accident happened.Muhibbah, Ayer Tawar, in the Manjung district at about 2pm on May 11, 2021.I don’t know how badly my house is damaged,” he said at the centre, adding that the water was almost at knee-level.Khan Obaydul, unrepresented, paid the fine.- Bernama Article type: free.

Deputy public prosecutor from the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Maziyah Mansor prosecuted.“When I got near my housing area, it was impassable and I had to leave my car as the area was flooded.The rest of the passengers managed to get off the bus on their own, he said.― Bernama Advertisement.

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