Malaysian police rescue 65 foreign women hinh anh 1A tourism street in Kuala Lumpur (Photo: AFP/VNA)

Kuala Lumpur (VNA) – Police of Malaysia rescued 65 foreign women in a raid in two entertainment centres in Taman Pelangi, Johor state on April 21.

Addressing at a press conference on April 22, Kamarul Zaman Mamat, Johor Criminal Investigation Department chief, said that the rescued, aged from 20 to 28, were victims of human trafficking criminals. Police also arrested 32 suspects of organised crime in the raid.

Besides, a 20-year-old suspect of drug trafficking was captured along with drugs worth 40,000 MYR (nearly 10,000 USD), after 82 visitors of the entertainment centres were examined.

The case is under investigation in accordance with Malaysian law.-VNA