Over 40,000 members in 49 gangs involved in firearms, murder, drugs and extortion, says Home Ministry


PUTRAJAYA: Some 40,313 people have been identified as members of 49 organisations, mostly triads, that have been declared illegal.

Home Ministry secretary-general Datuk Abdul Rahim Mohd Radzi said that the main activities for some of these organisations (not all) included drug distribution, extortion, and use of firearms to carry out murders.

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