Chor: Some sabotaging anti-vice ops


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 20 Mar 2003

THE Home Ministry admitted that a small number of enforcement officers have sabotaged efforts to nab those involved in vice. 

“Each profession has its black sheep. If we have evidence against such officers, we will bring them to the disciplinary committee,” its deputy minister Datuk Chor Chee Heung said at the Parliament lobby. 

He said there had been cases of policemen who were sacked or brought to court for various offences. 

He said the ministry had also formed a special committee to look into vice among foreign students. 

Chor said that about 70% of entertainment centres in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor were operating without licences. 

Chor had said In the Dewan earlier that 5,131 foreigners were arrested last year on suspicion of being involved in prostitution.  

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