Selangor exco, family members to be called up for questioning over SOP breach


PETALING JAYA: A Selangor executive councillor and his family members will be called up over an alleged breach of standard operating procedure (SOP) during the recent Hari Raya celebrations.

Selangor police chief Comm Datuk Arjunaidi Mohamed (pic) said police have started investigations on Thursday (May 20), following photos of the exco member and his family members celebrating Hari Raya went viral on social media.

"We will investigate any possible breach of SOP and further action will be taken," he told a virtual press conference on Friday (May 21).

Comm Arjunaidi said all of those seen in the viral photos would be called up to assist in the case.

"We will record their statements, including the exco member.

"The matter will be investigated thoroughly," Comm Arjunaidi said.

On Thursday, twitter user @SuzieMusa uploaded photos of the exco member and his family members, allegedly violating Covid-19 SOP.

"Satu lagi kes perlanggaran SOP melibatkan kluster kayangan...@PDRMsia sila siasat...tarikh dan masa dah terpampang kat gambat 2tu (Another case of breach of SOP by the "kayangan" cluster...the police should investigate...the date and time is clearly seen in the photos)," she tweeted.

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