Lee lauds cops for a job well done


Serdang police doing roadblock checking the civilians during the Ops Cantas in Jalan Besar Putra Permai.

PETALING JAYA: The police deserve a pat on the back for making headway in reducing crime under Ops Cantas Khas, the Malaysian Crime Pre­vention Foundation (MCPF) said.

Its chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye said that Ops Cantas Khas had proven successful in taking firearms and violent criminals off the streets.

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