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APMM shot dead magpie smugglers in the waters of Tanjung Kelesa, Bandar Penawar, Malaysia.

A death was died with a firing while struggling with a member of the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) after trying to common shama the birds of the Tanjung Kelesa waters, Bandar Penawar was close here yesterday. The incident occurred during the implementation of the sea-breaker execution between 1.30 to 2.15 a.m. at the position of 2.0 and 2.1 Batu nautical north of Tanjung Kelesa. Johor MMEA Director, first Admiral Nurul Hizam Zakaria said, the MMEA’s staff hold a suspicious fibre boat and during the examination there are two local men together with 90 birds of common Shama stone and common Shama birds of the village. He said that the two suspects were waiting for another fibre boat to move the bird before being covered to the neighbouring country. “The MMEA jumped into the second boat for inspection, but the boat driver continued to speeding fast and steer on a dangerous basis and attempted to violate the. In an effort to stop the boat, the boat struggle and an aggressive action. “Indonesian aged 40, he tried to seize power force firepower until the outbreak of firing and caused the man to hit the fire, ” He said at a press conference at the Tanjung Sedili Maritime Zone office here yesterday. He said the smuggler was confirmed to die by the personnel of the Tanjung Sedili Health Centre. Meanwhile, five suspects between 40 to 62 years were held apart from the boat with four engines 200 power horsepower and a single-engine bot 40 power worth RM290, 000 confiscated. According to Nurul Hizam, both boats, local and foreign detainees and the seizure were taken to the Tanjung Sedili Maritime Zone jetty. His roots, cases investigated under the Wildlife Conservation Act 2010, Section 6 (1) (c) of the Immigration Act 1959/63 for entering Malaysia without a valid pass and section 186 of the Penal Code for the block of civil servants carrying out duties. If convicted he says, it may be fined not more than RM10, 000 or imprisonment not more than five years or both and can be charged six times for the Immigration Act 1959/63 (Act 155). For offences under the Wildlife Conservation Act 2010, he said, can be fined RM20, 000 and not more than RM50, 000 or imprisonment not more than three years or both. “For offences under the Penal Code can be jailed up to two years or a fine of up to RM10, 000 or both, ” he said. Source Details : https://www.bernama.com/bm/am/news.php?id=1872932