Cops believe a private CNY party in KL, capturing reporters scores

The participants paid RM30 to RM40 to participate in the Chinese New Year party at an entertaining center in Pudu, Kuala Lumpur. (File pic)

KUALA LUMPUR: The police held 117 people, including a woman who had a believed to be a private party organizer, when the Chinese New Year event was attacked at an entertaining center in Pudu today Sunday.

Former police chief Wangsa Maju, Muhammad Najib Hamzah, said in a 2am attack, 314 people were surveyed and 115 of them, including 29, were proven for drugs.

"The Police captured a man, in the 30's, who had the number on his left shoulder. He was awarded for a day to assist with inquiries under Section 52 (3) of the Committees Act 1966 , "he said in a statement today.

He said that everyone arrested, between 20 and 30, was restored for four days until tomorrow to assist with investigations under Section 15 (1) (a) of the Cumulative Drugs Act 1952.

The 27-year-old organizer, who rents the site for RM12,000 a day, was released on police trust.

Reviews showed that the party was organized on Facebook page.

All RM30 partners had to pay for attending before midnight and RM40 after midnight, Najib said that the police also called glossaries, musical instruments and money.

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