Three million AES fines waived

PUTRAJAYA: The government will write off more than 3.1 million in unpaid summonses worth about RM435mil issued under the Auto­mated Enforcement System (AES).

Transport Minister Ant­hony Loke (pic) said this followed the Cabinet’s decision not to renew the concession agreement to operate and manage AES, which expires on Aug 31.

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