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2 Bangladeshis held in Malaysia for making fake COVID-19 report

Published : Sunday, 7 June, 2020 at 10:30 AM  Count : 944
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2 Bangladeshis held in Malaysia for making fake COVID-19 report

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.


TF/LY

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