Old video of kids riding 'basikal lajak' in Lekas making the rounds: Police

16/4/2022 5:14:00 PM

SEREMBAN: Police said a 44-second viral video on Facebook showing a group of kids riding ‘basikal lajak’ (illegally modified bicycles) dangerously on ...

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Old video of kids riding &039;basikal lajak&039; in Lek“The incident happened near the entrance towards Ampangan, here, showed about 10 children riding basikal lajak while performing dangerous stunts. theSun thesundaily basikallajak pdrm

SEREMBAN: Police said a 44-second viral video on Facebook showing a group of kids riding ‘basikal lajak’ (illegally modified bicycles) dangerously on ...

SEREMBAN: Police said a 44-second viral video on Facebook showing a group of kids riding ‘basikal lajak’ (illegally modified bicycles) dangerously on the Kajang-Seremban Highway (Lekas) today is an old clip.Seremban district police chief ACP Nanda Maarof said a check found that the incident was believed to have occurred in September 2019 around 1 pm at Kilometre (KM) 39 to KM 40 on the highway.

“The incident happened near the entrance towards Ampangan, here, showed about 10 children riding basikal lajak while performing dangerous stunts.“The Seremban District Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Division often conducts enforcement and monitoring at the location of basikal lajak activities and found that these activities have decreased,“ he said in a statement here tonight.

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SEREMBAN : Police said a 44-second viral video on Facebook showing a group of kids riding ‘basikal lajak’ (illegally modified bicycles) dangerously on the Kajang-Seremban Highway (Lekas) today is an old clip. Seremban district police chief ACP Nanda Maarof said a check found that the incident was believed to have occurred in September 2019 around 1 pm at Kilometre (KM) 39 to KM 40 on the highway. On April 14, the woman's lawyer, Muhammad Faizal Mokhtar filed a notice of motion for leave to appeal and stay the execution of the jail sentence and fine imposed by the Johor Bahru High Court a day earlier. “The incident happened near the entrance towards Ampangan, here, showed about 10 children riding basikal lajak while performing dangerous stunts. When cross-examined by lawyer representing Siti Bainun, Nur A'minahtul Mardiah Md Nor who asked if she was treated like a slave by Siti Bainun despite the footage showing otherwise, Yasmin replied: Yes. “The Seremban District Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Division often conducts enforcement and monitoring at the location of basikal lajak activities and found that these activities have decreased,“ he said in a statement here tonight. The decision set aside the Magistrate’s Court’s decision on Oct 10 last year to acquit and discharge the woman of the charge. He said PDRM would take stern action on traffic offences, including basikal lajak activities according to Rule 35 (2) and Rule 35 (3) LN165/59 where the bicycle being ridden is installed with front and rear lights that can be seen within a reasonable distance. The victim then lodged a police report on April 9, “ he said in a statement today.

He explained that under Rule 42 (1) LN165/59, no one can ride a bicycle on the road unless it is equipped with brakes that operate separately on both tyres and have bells. He said the trial court had erred when it failed to decide whether the woman’s defence in her unsworn statement was a mere denial or an after-thought. Nur A'minahtul Mardiah: So Bella wasn’t afraid of her abuser? Yasmin: Yes In today's proceedings too, the defence listed 10 of Yasmin's statements which were said to be lies and false statements. Nanda said legal action could also be taken against parents and guardians under Section 33 of the Child Act 2001 for leaving their children without reasonable supervision which could result in a fine not exceeding RM20,000 or imprisonment not exceeding five years or both, if convicted. “PDRM advises all parties to be more responsible when using the road and abide by the existing rules to prevent any untoward incidents and to ensure public order is always maintained,“ he said.20 am on 18 Feb 2017.- Bernama . Earlier when questioned by another defence lawyer, Asiah Abdul Jalil, Yasmin said Siti Bainun had instructed her to apply medicine to the wounds on Bella's body and the medicines were bought by the accused herself.