Fake news: JPJ says no such thing as 'LAMBO' series of car licence plates

PETALING JAYA: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) is not involved in a signing ceremony involving a car plate number series that claim to be a collaboration between the department and the Transport Ministry.

In a statement posted on Facebook Wednesday (7 Oct), the JPJ said the “LAMBO” car plate number series has never receive any approval from the department and is not in their system.

A poster to publicise the event which has been going around on social medi astated that the signing ceremony will also involve a minister's speech.

In the poster, it said a live auction of the “LAMBO 1” and “LAMBO 2-9” car plate number series is a part of the event’s highlights.

JPJ said a police report will be filed and urged the public to always check with credible sources for information.

Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan Malaysia (JPJ) ingin menegaskan bahawa Majlis ini tidak melibatkan langsung pihak Kementerian...

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