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It is illegal to use or owning others Mykad

Man with another person’s MyKad jailed

Posted on December 2, 2011, Friday

LAHAD DATU: The Magistrates’ Court here yesterday jailed an Indonesian for 15 months for using another person’s Mykad.

Mohammad Ali Sandir Bin Laena, 34, pleaded guilty to committing the offence before Sessions Court Judge, M. Rajalingam, who sat as magistrate.

The accused was charged under Section 25 (1) (o) of the National Registration Regulations 1990.

Prosecuting officer Inspector Mohamad Zaidi told the court that the accused was arrested during an operation after the police personnel found he was using a Mykad belonging to a man named Dharma Nazrul Bin Marali.

In the investigation the accused admitted to having bought the Mykad from an unknown man for RM50.

In passing sentence, Rajalingam also ordered the accused to be referred to the Immigration Department after serving his sentence.

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Foreigner jailed for MyKad offence

Posted on May 6, 2011, Friday

SANDAKAN: The magistrates’ court here yesterday jailed a 30-year-old foreigner for possessing someone else’s MyKad.

Noraimah Seddala Sarahento pleaded guilty before magistrate Mohd Izuddin Mohd Shukri to a charge under Rule 25 (1)(o) of the National Registration Rule 1990.

The accused was arrested at the arrival hall of Sandakan Airport on April 28 after arriving from Kuala Lumpur.

Immigration personnel detained her after being suspected of possessing a MyKad belonging to another person.

Investigation revealed that the accused was given a Mykad with someone else’s name on it after she had paid RM150 to an unknown man.

She then bought a ticket from Kuala Lumpur to Sandakan using the MyKad as she was desperate to return to her country of origin.

The National Registration Department verified the MyKad and found that it was not the accused’s MyKad.

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