More than RM13mil collected from 100-day Malaysian Family Aspirations discount offer

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  • Friday, 10 Dec 2021

KUALA LUMPUR: The police have recorded RM13,676,250 from 287,500 summonses settled by the people as at Thursday's (Dec 9) through the traffic summons discount offer in conjunction with the 100-day Malaysian Family Aspirations.

Police Deputy Inspector-General Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim (pic) said the counters at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) recorded RM431,330 with 8,943 summonses and the MyBayar portal raked in RM3,403,001 with 74,312 summonses settled by the people.

"We have to close the police counters in KLCC at 4.30pm today and members of the public need not worry as they continue to pay their summonses at the district police headquarters and police contingent headquarters which have traffic counters as well as via MyBayar portal which operates 24 hours," he said.

He said after inspecting the police counters opened in conjunction with 100-day Malaysian Family Aspirations at KLCC.

The police were offering discounts of up to 80% for summonses from Dec 9 to 12 and the offer does not involve summonses cases mentioned in court, grave offences, offences of heavy vehicles as well as exhaust modification. - Bernama

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