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Topic: Azisman Alias

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Police warn parties promoting illegal motorcycle modifications
Police have warned all parties including artistes to stop promoting illegal modifications of motorcycles and the violation of the law if they do not want to face stern actions.
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Malaysia says Singaporeans have the most overdue traffic summonses among visitors
KUALA LUMPUR - Singaporean drivers have the highest number of overdue traffic summonses compared to those from other neighbouring countries, says Malaysia's Bukit Aman Traffic Investigation and Enforc...
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Malaysia says Singaporeans have the most overdue traffic summonses among visitors
KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Singaporean drivers have the highest number of overdue traffic summonses compared to those from other neighbouring countries, says Malaysia's Bukit Aman Tra...
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‘New tinting rules pose danger to taxi drivers’
PETALING JAYA: Taxi associations are the latest to voice out against the transport ministry’s decision to lift restrictions on the darkness of tints for the rear windows and rear windscreens of priv...
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Police accept govt’s decision on new tint ruling
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have accepted the decision of the government on the new car tint ruling, said Bukit Aman Investigation and Traffic Enforcement Department director Azisman Alias.
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Police accept government's decision on new tint ruling
The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) accepts the decision of the government on the new car tinting ruling, said Bukit Aman Investigation and Traffic Enforcement Department director Azisman Alias.
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Yoursay: Darker tints? Two sides of the debate
YOURSAY | ‘The biggest robbers are those VVIPs shielded behind heavily tinted vehicle windows…’ Police oppose new rule for tinted car windows Vijay47: As this is less a transport issue than a tr...
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Police oppose new rule for tinted car windows
Putrajaya's new rule on tinted car windows will only make enforcement work more difficult, according to Bukit Aman traffic chief Azisman Alias.
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Foreign vehicles with fines may be banned from entering Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian police is mulling the possibility of denying entry to foreign vehicles who have not paid up their fines, Malay daily Utusan Malaysia reported on Tuesday (April 2).
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To give or not give discounts for traffic summonses: Loke to meet police
KUALA LUMPUR: Transport Minister Loke Siew Fook will hold a meeting with the police after the Chinese New Year celebrations to find a solution to the issue of giving discounts for traffic summonses.
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