Two Filipino men jailed for using fake identity cards [NSTTV] | New Straits Times

25/1/2022 12:28:00 PM

LUMUT: Two Filipino men were sentenced to six months’ jail after they pleaded guilty in the Seri Manjung magistrate’s court here today to using fake identify cards.

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NSTTV They were charged under Regulation 25(1)(e) of the National Registration Regulation 1990, which provides an imprisonment for up to three years or maximum fine of RM20,000, or both, if found guilty. Read here:

LUMUT: Two Filipino men were sentenced to six months’ jail after they pleaded guilty in the Seri Manjung magistrate’s court here today to using fake identify cards.

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