Johor flood evacuees up to 194 this morning
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 26 — The number of flash flood victims in two districts in this state had risen to 194 as of 8am today, compared to 193 people recorded last night. In a...
for the latest news you need to know.× Copy URL The rally in front of the Sogo shopping complex in Kuala Lumpur this afternoon.Wangsa Maju OCPD Supt Ashari Abu Samah said a video of the incident has since gone viral on social media and added that it occurred on Sept 20.Kedah police chief Datuk Comm Wan Hassan Wan Ahmad said among the suspects that were detained during the operation were four wanted individuals.
Monday, 26 Sep 2022 11:27 AM MYT KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 26 — The number of flash flood victims in two districts in this state had risen to 194 as of 8am today, compared to 193 people recorded last night.In a statement, District Disaster Management Committee (JPBD) said a total of 59 families were still housed at four relief centres (PPS) in Batu Pahat and Pontian.POLICE have opened an investigation paper on a rally held in front of a popular shopping complex in Kuala Lumpur today, Dang Wangi district police chief Noor Dellhan Yahaya said.“The two PPS in Batu Pahat are Sekolah Agama Seri Bengkal and Sekolah Kebangsaan Bintang Peserai, while in Pontian, Pusat Kokurikulum Johor, Sungai Tempayan and Sekolah Agama Kayu Ara Pasong,” it said.He said an investigation under Section 392 of the Penal Code has been opened.JPBD said nine areas in the two districts were reported to be affected by flash floods following heavy rain from 6.He said about 50 people, including students and politicians, have been identified to have attended the assembly.30am yesterday."In the operation, police seized items such as drugs, smuggled cigarettes and cash," he said, adding that a briefing was presented to the personnel before the operation.
The areas are Kampung Seri Bengkal and Kampung Bintang Peserai in Batu Pahat, and Kampung Sungai Mulih, Pekan Nenas; Kampung Parit Sapran; Kampung Parit Haji Omar; Jln Mohsin, Kayu Ara Pasong; Kampung Parit Haji Siraj; Parit Lapis, Kayu Ara Pasong and Kampung Parit Abdul Rahman in Pontian.30pm and dispersed at 4.— Bernama Advertisement.
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