RAWANG, Selangor: A 10-year-old lady was among 114 people arrested late Friday night (Jul 27) for gambling in a military raid in Rawang, Selangor.
The raid of 10 premises began during 6pm on Friday and finished during 1am on Saturday.
Inspector-General of Police Mohamad Fuzi Harun, who was partial of a operation, pronounced those arrested enclosed 42 “caretakers” of a gambling premises and 72 business aged between 18 and 59.
“A total of 208 container machines, 73 simulators, 63 chips and RM16,808 (US$4,130) money were confiscated in this operation. A slot appurtenance costs RM10,000 to RM15,000 any that creates a seizure value some-more than RM1 million,” he pronounced during a press conference.
“As we have seen, there is also a 10-year-old child arrested after being taken along by her parents who came to gamble.
“This is really critical and we are committed to eradicating a many activities that move about amicable problems,” he said.
Mohamad Fuzi pronounced that given a Jul 20 proclamation that a special operations section for bootleg gambling would be set up, a section has perceived some-more than 100 tip-offs.
“Upon receiving the information, we immediately raid a premises. We have raided roughly 100 gambling premises around a nation and a military will not concede in this matter,” he said.
He has also educated state and district military to lift out gambling-eradication operations.
To prevent raided gambling premises from resuming operations, Mohamad Fuzi pronounced a police will demeanour into the modus operandi used to dope the authorities.