Fourteen individuals were captured toward the end of last night after a fight broke out at the Batu Muda People’s Housing Project (PPR) in Jinjang, Kuala Lumpur.
Introductory examinations tracked down that the fight began after a gathering of men supposedly recorded a homegrown quarrel between a wedded couple living at the level, said Sentul area police boss Beh Eng Lai in an articulation today.
After understanding that he was being recorded, the spouse moved toward the men recording the video, after which the battle broke out.
The case is being researched under Section 148 of the Penal Code for revolting with a weapon.
Beh said the suspects are totally matured somewhere in the range of 20 and 54, with 11 of them having past criminal records.
A remand application for every one of the 14 suspects was made today, with a one-day remand request conceded for four suspects and a three-day remand request allowed for the other 10.
“Kuala Lumpur police encourage general society to consistently adhere to the law,” said Beh. “Harsh move will be made against anybody found to enjoy upset public harmony and amicability.”
Beh additionally asked those with data about the episode to contact the Sentul area police base camp at 03-40482206.