2 Bangladeshis held in Malaysia for making fake COVID-19 report
Detectives in Malaysia arrested two Bangladeshi expatriates in connection with making fake reports on coronavirus test.
A team of Malaysian detectives conducted a drive in Jalan Alo area in capital Kuala Lampur on Saturday afternoon and nabbed the duo, confirmed a report published on Harian Metro online.
Kuala Lumpur police chief Mazlan Lazim told media, "The coronavirus negative reports are being sold by a gang for the last two weeks. We arrested two members of the gang."
He said the two Bangladeshi nationals rented a shop for Tk 12,000 and were continuing their illegal business from 12 noon to 9pm daily.
Police seized a fake COVID-19 screening report, two laptops, three printers, two laminators during the raid at the shop.
An investigation is underway under the Infectious Disease Control and Prevention Act, the police official said.