Malaysia: MACC nabs three Shah Alam City Council officers allegedly linked to Sungai Buloh protection racket

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has arrested three Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) officers for suspected graft involving a protection racket for unlicensed businesses in the Sungai Buloh district.

The three, aged 41 to 49, were detained for allegedly soliciting and accepting monthly bribes from unlicensed business owners, a  source from the commission said.

Two of the suspects are officers from the Sungai Buloh branch and the other from MBSA. All three are currently held at the MACC’s main headquarters in Putrajaya.

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