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Oleh Shaarani Ismail

shaarani@bharian.com.my

Lokasi panas remaja memadu kasih kini terbongkar, pihak berkuasa pantau 24 jam sehari

KUALA TERENGGANU: Menyedari tempat mereka ‘ringan-ringan’ sudah terbongkar, beberapa lokasi panas untuk pasangan gelap memadu kasih kini lengang, tambahan pula Penguat Kuasa Syariah, Jabatan Hal Ehwal Agama Terengganu (JHEAT) menggiatkan pemantauan di pantai Tok Jembal, Teluk Ketapang dan Batu Buruk.

Pemantauan yang dijalankan 24 jam sehari juga menjadi antara faktor golongan terbabit tidak lagi melakukan perbuatan tidak senonoh kerana bimbang diambil tindakan oleh pihak berkuasa.
Tinjauan Berita Harian bersama Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Penerangan dan Agama negeri, Khazan Che Mat bersama-sama Unit Penguat Kuasa JHEAT bermula jam 11 malam hingga awal pagi kelmarin, mendapati beberapa lokasi yang dipercayai menjadi lokasi panas kini lengang.

Bermula dari Pantai Tok Jembal hingga ke Teluk Ketapang dan akhirnya ke Batu Buruk yang kelihatan hanya beberapa kumpulan remaja yang bersantai malah jumlah kereta berehat di sepanjang jalan dengan enjin tidak dimatikan juga tidak kelihatan seperti sebelum ini.

Mengulas keadaan itu, Khazan menjelaskan pihaknya menyedari banyak laporan diterima membabitkan kegiatan remaja berkelakuan tidak senonoh di kawasan berkenaan, justeru meningkatkan kegiatan pemantauan secara berterusan.

“Dalam banyak kes yang dikendalikan, pasangan ditahan kerana berkelakuan tidak senonoh diberi kaunseling dan runding cara di pejabat JHEAT terdekat setiap kali operasi diadakan dan turut diminta hadir ke JHEAT untuk mengikuti program yang sudah dirancang.

“Walaupun tidak didakwa tetapi mereka diberikan pendekatan dakwah melalui kaunseling dan nasihat supaya tidak mengulangi perbuatan berkenaan kerana ia masih tetap salah di sini agama,” katanya.

Sepanjang Ramadan ini, katanya, JHEAT membuat tujuh tangkapan, termasuk permulaan ke arah zina, berkhalwat dan tidak berpuasa.

“Lima kes membabitkan tangkapan khalwat dan masing-masing satu kes tidak berpuasa di khalayak ramai dan persetubuhan haram, tambahnya.

Ketika ini terdapat 15 penguat kuasa JHEAT yang terdiri daripada 11 lelaki dan empat wanita bertugas mengikut syif memantau di beberapa lokasi yang sudah dikenal pasti dengan dibantu kira-kira 21 sukarelawan yang diberi tauliah dan kad kuasa untuk melakukan operasi cegah maksiat.

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KUALA TERENGGANU (The Star): A robbery suspect who tried to “rescue” his partner-in-crime who was detained by the police ended up being shot.

The 35-year-old parang-wielding man was shot in the left thigh on Thursday evening after he tried to attack two plainclothes detectives who had apprehended a 27-year-old suspect who was with him in Kampung Teluk Pasu, Manir, near here.

The detainee was on the wanted list for a series of break-ins in Gong Badak and Tok Jembal.

State deputy CID chief Supt K. Manoharan said as the policemen waited for a patrol car to take the younger suspect to the police headquarters, his accomplice who had run off, re-appeared armed with the parang to save his friend.

The policemen fired a warning shot but it did not deter the man. Another shot was fired, hitting the man in the thigh.

The assailant then tried to escape on one of the detectives’ motorcycles but was detained after a short chase.

Police have remanded the man to facilitate investigations under Section 307 of the Penal Code for attempted murder.

He was sent for treatment to Sultanah Nur Zahirah Hospital where doctors removed the bullet from his thigh early yesterday morning.

It is learnt that he was also on the police wanted list for snatch thefts and break-ins.

In a separate development, a traffic policeman from the Dungun police headquarters suffered serious injuries after he was mowed down by an illegal car racer at the 79.6th kilometre of the Kuala Terengganu-Dungun road yesterday.

Korporal Azli Husin, 44, was manning a roadblock when the car rammed into him at high speed, dragging him several metres.

The policeman’s superior, Sarjan Abdul Hakim Samingan, said the 27-year-old driver was detained on the spot in the 1pm incident.

Korporal Azli who was initially treated at Dungun Hospital, was rushed to the Sultanah Nur Zahirah Hospital after his situation worsened.

He was reported to be in a coma at the hospital’s intensive care unit.

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