We sense trouble brewing. Nur Sajat was slapped with an arrest warrant issued by the Shah Alam Magistrate Court yesterday (Thursday, 12th March).
The warrant was issued following her absence without valid reason for prosecution. Sajat (real name Muhammad Sajjad Kamaruzzaman) was charged of possessing 11 products that are not registered under the Ministry of Health (MOH).
“The warrant was issued to Nur Sajat for failing to appear without any grounds for prosecution in court. The indictment was made by Prosecutor Nor Aini Suzila Zakariah from the Selangor state health department’s Pharmaceutical Enforcement Branch (CPF),” an insider told Harian Metro.
Additionally, the CPF officials had conducted an inspection at their premise in Shah Alam back on 15th August. They also took some details from a few staffs, including Sajat herself as director of the company.
They then found a few products suspected of not being registered under MOH before they conducted the seizure. A check with the Companies Commission of Malaysia (SSM) has found that the business was registered, though the confiscated products belonged to the “Makhluk Penggoda” singer for sale purposes.
Based on the evidence taken, the company had clearly violated Rule (7)(1)(a) of the Drug and Cosmetics Control Regulations 1984. If found guilty, Sajat could be fined up not more than RM25,000, spending up to 3 years in jail or both.
Source: Harian Metro.