Meat cartel: Four Maqis officers, company owner charged

JOHOR BARU (Bernama): Four assistant enforcement officers of the Malaysian Quarantine and Inspection Services Department (Maqis) and a company owner were charged in the Sessions Court here Sunday (May 23) with corruption and submitting false information in a meat cartel case.

Two of the Maqis officers - Mohd Hafizan Khalid, 44, and Nor Azlan Mat Suki, 40, - the company owner, Abdul Latif A Rahman, 55, pleaded not guilty to the charges after they were read out separately before Judge Ahmad Kamal Arifin Ismail.

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