PERLIS POLICE WILL KEEP BORDER SURVEILLANCE TO PREVENT DIESEL SMUGGLING
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PERLIS POLICE WILL KEEP BORDER SURVEILLANCE TO PREVENT DIESEL SMUGGLING

KANGAR, June 11 (Bernama) – Police in Perlis will maintain periodic border surveillance to counter ongoing diesel smuggling, despite the recent introduction of targeted diesel subsidies.

Perlis police chief Datuk Muhammad Abdul Halim said smugglers could continue to smuggle diesel in larger quantities as the price remained relatively unchanged.

“The Royal Malaysia Constabulary (PDRM) always supports the government’s diesel pricing policy to ensure the smooth functioning of the country’s economy… we are ready to work with the enforcement agencies to monitor the border areas in Perlis, including land and sea routes.

“We are ready to provide support to the enforcement agencies in curbing diesel smuggling to neighboring countries, either by land or sea,” Pingat Jasa Pahlawan Negara (PJPN) told reporters after presenting today.

During the ceremony, which took place at the Senior Police Officers’ Hall in Perlis, 84 people were honored.

— BERNAMA


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