Immigration Department cripple international prostitution syndicate

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  • Tuesday, 14 Mar 2017

Two floors were tightly guarded and also monitored via closed circuit televisions (CCTV).

PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian Immigration Department has crippled an international prostitution syndicate at a three-star hotel in Jalan Raja Laut in Kuala Lumpur in Ops Gegar on Monday.

Its director-general Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali said 28 women, who were from Kazakhstan (six), Vietnam (five), Thailand (four), Indonesia (four), China (three), Mongolia (three), Russia (two) and Turkey (one) were detained in the operation on the fourth and fifth floor of the hotel.

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