Budget 2024: Kelantan police to repair over 40 dilapidated premises
17 Oct 2023 06:33pm
Kelantan Police Chief Datuk Muhamad Zaki Harun said the announcement was like a windfall for his department, especially in building, maintaining and refurbishing quarters of police personnel.
"The Kelantan Police will set up five monitoring teams based on zones to look into the matter and hope that the information can be collected by November.
"We hope that all dilapidated police premises can be repaired so that every member and family is more comfortable and can provide the best service," he said.
He said this to reporters after launching the Kelantan CLASS (Clean, Loyalty, Action Oriented, Systematic, Solidarity) contingent as an effort to strengthen the members' duties throughout the state.
Last Friday, the Prime Minister who is also the Minister of Finance announced an allocation of RM19 billion for the security sector to the Ministry of Home Affairs (KDN) which also covers the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) to safeguard public order and protect the peace and security of the country.
The RM2.4 billion allocated was also to build, maintain and refurbish civil servant quarters including those occupied by PDRM members. - BERNAMA
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