Sungai Besar Umno chief Jamal Yunos urged the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to probe the massage parlour owners and local councillors behind the vice activity businesses in Selangor.
Jamal also said those involved in the vice activity business should be dragged to face the music.
“Well done MACC. I hope both the receiver and giver in bribe should be arrested.
“The massage parlour owners and local councillors must be arrested and face the consequences.
He also wants Selangor Menteri Besar Azmin Ali to take a stern action in curbing illegal massage parlours and gambling dens mushrooming in the state.
According to Jamal, there are nearly 7,000 premises operating in the Selangor, which they afraid to revoke or take action against the businesses.
Jamal was responding to the apprehension of 12 personnel from multiple authorities in Selangor.
MACC in a statement said it detained 2 police inspectors, 5 policemen, four firemen and one Kajang local council member.
The anti-graft body believed the suspects received between RM300 to RM10,000 for each massage parlour that was being protected.