The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) in Kuala Lumpur will be carrying out more stringent document checks at 13 roadblocks set up around KL and Putrajaya. This follows the recent announcement of stricter standard operating procedures (SOP) during the Movement Control Order 3.0 (MCO).
Kuala Lumpur police chief Datuk Azmi Abu Kassim told Bernama that officers at roadblocks have been instructed to pay more attention when checking travel documents from authorities and employers.
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Other than that, Azmi also said that he is ready to deploy more officers to monitor and help authorities in districts that are observing the Enhanced MCO (EMCO).
Currently 2 localities, Kampung Batu Muda Tambahan and Projek Perumahan Rakyat Kampung Limau, are placed under EMCO in KL.
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The police will also be assisting the Ministry of Health in keeping an eye on the supply of dry food to the 2 localities observing EMCO.
Both locations will be observing EMCO until 5 June 2021.