Probe into exco member who allegedly violated SOP during Raya completed

SHAH ALAM: Police have completed their investigations on a Selangor executive councillor who allegedly breached Covid-19 standard operating procedures during Hari Raya, says Comm Datuk Arjunaidi Mohamed (pic).

The Selangor police chief noted the investigation paper (IP) has been referred to the Deputy Public Prosecutor for further action on Thursday (May 27).

"We had completed the investigation after calling up several individuals, including the exco member.

"The IP has since been sent to the DPP for further action," he told a virtual press conference on Thursday.

On May 20, Twitter user @SuzieMusa uploaded photos containing the exco member and his family members violating Covid-19 SOP.

On the same day, Comm Arjunaidi said police had initiated the investigation following the spread of photos on social media.

"We lodged a police report after photos went viral and investigation had started on Thursday (May 20).

"All of the individuals seen in the viral photos will be called up so that their statements will be recorded, he added.

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