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Malaysia’s Deputy Health Minister Reportedly To Be Charged Tomorrow For Breaching MCO

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Source: Malay Mail & Hermy Rahim Twitter

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When it comes down to respecting the laws of the Movement Control Order, it is becoming increasingly apparent and obvious that the Malaysian government is not playing around. Whether if you are just a common layman or a VIP, those who are found to have breached the MCO will have to be accountable for their actions.

And according to The New Straits Times, not even ministers in government are spared from the law’s reach as Deputy Health Minister Datuk Dr Noor Azmi Ghazali and state executive councillor (exco) Razman Zakaria will reportedly be charged in court tomorrow over breaching the MCO.

Both men were recently seen in photos that went viral online, showing them joining over 30 other people, including students, over a meal at a tahfiz centre during the MCO period. Mr Razman even described how they were served kampung dishes at their gathering.

This revelation was revealed by Perak police chief Datuk Razarudin Husain to NST, who confirmed that both men will meet at the Gerik Magistrate Court tomorrow morning. Speaking with Free Malaysia Today, Perak CID chief Anuar Othman has also said that the duo will be charged under Rule 6 of the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases (Measures within the Infected Local Areas) Regulations.

What do you guys think of this development? 

 

Also read: Deputy Health Minister Says He’s Sorry For Violating MCO, Case Still Under Investigation

Source: Malay Mail

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