Two cops nabbed for extortion will be subjected to disciplinary action accordingly, says KL police chief

KUALA LUMPUR: We are monitoring the updates on the arrested Putrajaya policemen and will take disciplinary action accordingly, says the city police chief.

Referring to the Nov 10 arrests of three policemen for allegedly extorting and wrongfully confining a man, Comm Datuk Allaudeen Abdul Majid said that the investigation was currently being headed by Selangor police.

“From our side we have suspended one of the three. We are monitoring the outcome of the investigation and if needed we will suspend the remaining two,” he said.

On Nov 10 six individuals, including three civil servants, were detained for allegedly extorting and wrongfully confining a man.

The civil servants have been identified from the Special Branch attached to the Putrajaya police headquarters.

Follow us on our official WhatsApp channel for breaking news alerts and key updates!

Next In Nation

mStar wins Best National Viral Page/Channel category at KNKV Viral Awards
Cabbie freed of beggar exploitation charge
Kunak flooded as rest of Sabah feels the heat
Peat fires a bane for many in coastal Selangor
DBKK cracks down on fishmongers who use dye
Civil servant remanded to help in MACC probe
Visitors ride free entry wave to Melaka sights
Victory for vernacular schools
Dr M recovering from infection, says aide
‘AI cannot replace journalists’

Others Also Read