Council cuts off power, water supply to three illegal outlets


  • Nation
  • Saturday, 22 Feb 2003

KLANG: Electricity and water supply to two nightclubs and a snooker centre here were disconnected in a joint operation conducted by the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) and the police. 

MPK enforcement officers, who were accompanied by several police officers, removed the water and electricity meters from the premises, which were found to be operating without licenses during an anti-vice raid lead by Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo. 

MPK spokesman Rusli Udin said all the three operators were also found to have video game machines. 

“The operators will be charged under Section 21(a) of the Common Gaming House Act for possession of the machines and Section 6 of the Entertainment Enactment for operating without a license.” 

A total of 38 foreign women were nabbed from the nightclubs during the raid on Wednesday.  

The women were aged between 17 and 28.  

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