Five structures demolished, 41 illegal houses in Kudat given notice of eviction during Op Gasak Laut

Esscom conducting the Op Gasak Laut at the waters of Si Bogo, Pulau Bangkawan, Kudat on Wednesday. - Photo courtesy of Esscom

KOTA KINABALU: Five empty illegal structures were taken down and 41 illegal houses were given notice of eviction during the Operasi Gasak Laut Series 1/2002 in Kudat on Wednesday (May 18).

Eastern Sabah Security Command (Esscom) conducted the exercise at the waters of Si Bogo, Pulau Bangkawan there, as the illegal structures were seen mushrooming there, posing security risks.

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