MACC steps up raids against Sarawak illegal loggers


PETALING JAYA: Authorities have carried out more raids in Limbang and Lawas in Sarawak as a statewide anti-logging and anti-graft operation goes into full swing.

Malaysian Anti-Corruption Com­mission (MACC) director of investigation Datuk Mohd Jamidan Abdullah said MACC personnel seized 400 to 500 illegally-felled logs, eight bulldozers and other machinery worth RM1.7mil during Friday’s Ops Tukul raids at the two locations.

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