T’ganu police to await meeting before investigating wild party allegation

KUALA TERENGGANU: Terengganu Police will wait for a meeting between the state government and the owner of a private resort on Lang Tengah Island before proceeding with investigations and further action regarding allegations of a “wild party” organised on the resort island.

Kuala Terengganu police chief ACP Azli Mohd Noor said police have not received any reports concerning the issue, which recently went viral on social media.

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"It will depend on tomorrow's meeting between the State Tourism, Culture, Environment and Climate Change Committee chairman Datuk Razali Idris and the resort owners.

"However, the police have not received any reports regarding this matter. The resort area is also a private zone exclusively for tourism, and there are no villagers there,” he said when Bernama contacted him on Wednesday (May 22).

He said the police have also not received permit applications to hold a party on the island.

Recently, posters and pictures went viral showing a “wild party” called Aloha Party, allegedly held on Lang Tengah Island.

This sparked displeasure among some parties, who deemed such a party inappropriate to be held in Terengganu. – Bernama

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