MPK puts a halt to two illicit alcohol outlets thanks to public tip-offs


THE closure of licensed liquor outlets and pubs in Klang, in compliance with the movement control order (MCO) to stem the Covid-19 pandemic, has encouraged illegal sales of liquor and alcoholic drinks.

Klang Municipal Council (MPK) secretary Elya Marini Darmin said the closure of licensed liquor outlets has created an opportune time for the illegal sales of liquor and alcoholic beverages.

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MCO , Klang , Illicit alcohol , Raid , MPK

   

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