(FMT) PETALING JAYA: Jamal Yunos has threatened to demolish nine illegal gambling dens, 40 massage parlours and karaoke joints in Sekinchan if local authorities fail to shut down such premises, the Oriental Daily reported.
The Sungai Besar Umno division chief, the Chinese daily reported, issued the threat with hopes that the Sabak Bernam district council (MBSB) – which recently partially demolished and sealed his Sekin Fishermen Village Hotel & Resort – will act fairly and take appropriate action.
Jamal demo depan pejabat Azmin, Azmin balas dengan robohkan kedai Jamal. Hari ni Jamal balas balik dengan terjah pusat judi milik Azmin. pic.twitter.com/QoRSS5wkxZ
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He then wondered why action was only taken against him while the gambling dens in Sekinchan, which he had alerted police about, continued to operate.
On Friday, Jamal and his supporters “raided” a gaming outlet he claimed was operating illegally in the district.
Good move, at least we learned something from Idiot. https://t.co/31GZAaSHn3
— Ds Chzys (@DSCCofficial) December 24, 2016
He then lodged a police report which saw the men in blue raid the premise several hours later.
Jamal had also then claimed that nine similar outlets were operating in Sabak Bernam.
“Everyone is equal under the law. No one should be treated differently.
“I have rented the necessary machines to tear down these illegal premises, so don’t blame me for taking matters into my own hands,” Jamal was quoted by Oriental Daily as saying.
The Red Shirts leader was speaking to reporters after meeting the Sabak Bernam land office director.
Last week, Jamal’s five-year-old resort was demolished by MDSB after the council found that Jamal had operated the hotel without a valid licence.
Jamal claimed he had been applying for the permit but the applications had been rejected.
Angry at water cuts, Red Shirts/UMNO leader Jamal Yunos shows up at Selangor CM's office in a bathrobe. Wants to shower at his office. pic.twitter.com/Dd3p6A82tH
— Sumisha Naidu (@SumishaCNA) December 21, 2016
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