MPKj disposed 2,268 illegal VCDs & CDs, on-going operation being carried out

KAJANG, 15 Aug: The Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj) Enforcement Department disposed 2,268 video compact discs (VCDs) and compact discs (CDs) worth almost RM20,000 which were seized in several raids.

The MPKj Deputy President, Sul-Kefli@Zulkefli Khalid said that MPKj identified several hot locations that sell VCDs without licence and are operating illegally, including Kajang Prima, Balakong, Sungai Chua and Sungai Long.

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The council said that they have also received a lot of complaints from the public who are concerned about the existence of vendors selling VCDs at sidewalks, night markets and open areas.

Sul-Kefli said that the MPKj Enforcement Department will continue operations so that the sales of VCDs without licence can be eradicated.

“VCDs disposed are from seizures between January and March and the figures show a slight increase compared to the same period last year,” he said, quoted from Sinar Harian.

According to him, the move to seize goods by vendors who commit the offence is done in accordance with the MPKj By-Laws 2007 and the Street, Drainage and Building Act 1974.

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MPKj disposed 2,268 illegal VCDs & CDs, on-going operation being carried out

KAJANG, 15 Aug: The Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj) Enforcement Department disposed 2,268 video compact discs (VCDs) and compact discs (CDs) worth almost RM20,000 which were seized in several raids.

The MPKj Deputy President, Sul-Kefli@Zulkefli Khalid said that MPKj identified several hot locations that sell VCDs without licence and are operating illegally, including Kajang Prima, Balakong, Sungai Chua and Sungai Long.

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The council said that they have also received a lot of complaints from the public who are concerned about the existence of vendors selling VCDs at sidewalks, night markets and open areas.

Sul-Kefli said that the MPKj Enforcement Department will continue operations so that the sales of VCDs without licence can be eradicated.

“VCDs disposed are from seizures between January and March and the figures show a slight increase compared to the same period last year,” he said, quoted from Sinar Harian.

According to him, the move to seize goods by vendors who commit the offence is done in accordance with the MPKj By-Laws 2007 and the Street, Drainage and Building Act 1974.

NS

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