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Comm Datuk Noor Azam Jamaludin (middle) during a special press conference held at the Selangor police headquarters on January 7, 2020. — Picture by BERNAMA

Police: Selangor remains peaceful, shows political maturity

SHAH ALAM, 28 Feb — The present peaceful setting in Selangor shows a sign of political maturity and acceptance among its people as there had not been any provocation or commotion that leads to disrupting public order, Bernama reported today.

Selangor police chief Comm Datuk Noor Azam Jamaludin said the situation should be commended as it reflects that the people are becoming more intelligent in decision-making and had not acted emotionally.

To date, the state police have not received any complaints or reports of commotion following the national political developments the past week.

Even so, the police are constantly monitoring the country’s current political developments and are increasing surveillance to ensure that public security is in the best condition.

“The boost in monitoring and surveillance is not only during any given scenario involving national politics but is carried out on a daily basis.

“We are also continuously educating our personnel and officers on the current issues to prepare for any given situation,” he was quoted to have told reporters after the Kuala Selangor district police chief’s handover ceremony in Kuala Selangor, today.

During the event earlier, Noor Azam had witnessed the handover from Supt Mohd Asri A. Wahab, who will go on a mandatory retirement on March 2, to Supt Ramli Kasa.

Ramli, 54, was the Tampin district police chief in Negeri Sembilan and had served as the Wangsa Maju deputy district police chief.

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