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Perak police to conduct internal probe on cop remanded by MACC


Last Update: 12/09/2019




IPOH, Sept 12 -- The Perak police will conduct an internal investigation into a corruption case involving a Lans Corporal who was remanded by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) yesterday.

Perak police chief Datuk Razarudin Husain @ Abd Rasid said the investigation would be conducted by the state's Integrity and Compliance Department (JIPS).

"The case is still under MACC, and I will wait until the MACC's investigation is over. The police will conduct an internal investigation to be carried out by the Perak JIPS.

"I do not want to comment further, I believe that the arrests made by the MACC must have reasonable evidence, which is why they have been made," he told reporters when met during a handing over of duties and rank award ceremony of senior state officers at the Perak Senior Police Mess here today.

Yesterday, an Ipoh Syariah Magistrate's Court judge and a policeman were remanded for five days to assist with investigations into alleged corruption to settle a 'khalwat' (close proximity) case involving a police officer. 

The two individuals aged 37 and 30, are being investigated under Section 17 (b) of the MACC Act 2009.

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