Road Transport Department (RTD) officers in Malaysia will soon get 256 firearms courtesy of the country’s Home Ministry in order to defend themselves while on duty.
“The firearms are Beretta 92 FS Compact L pistols. Ten airsoft guns will also be supplied for training purposes,” RTD deputy director-general Datuk Arifin Che Mat told reporters after the RTD Director-General Cup Shooting Competition at the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) shooting range in Gunong.
Malaysian Road Transport officers have recently received threats from criminals on the country’s West Coast.
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