Three entertainment outlets in Kuala Lumpur were ordered closed by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) for operating without a license.
The closure notices were issued during an operation in Jalan Tun Razak and Taman Miharza on the morning of Sunday (July 31), DBKL said in a statement.
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“A check at six entertainment outlets revealed that three premises were operating without proper entertainment licenses and they were immediately sealed and their equipment confiscated.
“The action was taken under section 17 of the Entertainment Act 1992, for conducting activities (music) with the sanction of three investigations under sections 4(1)(a) and 4(1)(b) of the same Act.” The letters were opened,” DBKL said.
The joint operation was carried out by the officials of the DBKL Enforcement Department along with the police, the National Registration Department (NRD) and the Federal Territory of Islamic Religious Department (Zawi).
The seized items included a spinner, speaker, laptop, mixer, sound controller and others.
The equipment was sent to DBKL’s storage facility at Jalan Lombong Taman Miharja, Cheras for record keeping and temporary storage.
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