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Perodua contributes Bezza Patrol Car to Selangor Police Department

As a service to the public and country, Perodua has contributed three Bezzas to the Selangor Police Contingent (IPK Selangor) for use as patrol cars. The Bezzas have been outfitted with police equipment including radios and beacon lamps, and will see duty at IPK Selangor, the Bukit Aman Crime Prevention and Community Safety Department (JPJKK Bukit Aman) and Hulu Selangor District Police (IPD Hulu Selangor).

“For the 26 years Perodua has made Selangor our home, we have been able to operate effectively and without distress due to the commendable efforts by the Royal Malaysian Police, particularly IPK Selangor, to maintain public safety, peace and harmony.

“We hope our humble contribution can be accepted by the police as a token of gratitude for their resolute steadfastness, fairness, dedication and courage. We salute you,” said Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad.

A handover ceremony was held at the Selangor Police Headquarters in Shah Alam on Tuesday, where Dato’ Zainal presented the keys to Selangor Police Chief Commissioner Dato’ Noor Azam Jamaludin. Also present were IPK Selangor Crime Prevention and Community Safety Head, Senior
Assistant Commissioner Dato’ Kumaran Karuppannan; Bukit Aman Support Resource Coordination Chief Assistant Director, Senior Assistant Commissioner Tuan Sukardi Tulus; and Perodua Sales Sdn Bhd Managing Director Dato’ Dr Zahari Husin.

“The Perodua Bezza makes an ideal patrol car as it is dependable, durable, easy to drive and cost-efficient in terms of servicing as well as fuel economy. Its compactness makes it easy to manouevre around tight spaces, and despite its compact size, it is commodious and comfortable inside.

“Factor in the largest vehicle service network in the country and I am confident the police will find the Perodua Bezza an effective and valuable companion in their community policing duties,” Dato’ Zainal said.

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