Net tightens around Brunei's Ops Pulih breachers


Some 29 violations were detected on Friday during Operasi Pulih restricting public movement from 8pm to 4am with exception for essential workers. Sixteen violations were recorded in Brunei-Muara District, seven in Belait District, two in Tutong District and four in Temburong District, according to the Royal Brunei Police Force. - BB

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Borneo Bulletin/Asia News Network): Twenty-nine violations were detected on Friday (Oct 15) in Operasi Pulih, a movement control measure to ensure the public remains at home from 8pm to 4am, with the exception of essential workers, as the nation battles the second Covid-19 outbreak.

Minister of Health Dato Seri Setia Dr Mohd Isham Jaafar said there were 22 violations of individuals heading out unnecessarily, five violations of not having a BruHealth app and two violations of not wearing a face mask.

The offenders were listed as Muhammad Shafiqquddin Ariffin, Nurul Dania Ismail, Mohammad Kamarruddin Parsih, Bokul, Mohammad Enddy Xulyady Sapar, Ibrahim Mutusam, Nornasaruddin Namit, Belal Ahmad, Din Islam, Mohd Iqramul Haque, Abu Taher, Muhammad Hanafi Hamdani, Tony Chieng Tiew Long, Radzuan Mokti, Chandra Bhan Sharma, Dharmendra Kumar, Om Prakash Sharma, Yusri Yusofe, MS Massifulrizal Md Sani, Mohammad Ajilanie Suleiman, Nooridahwati Abd Rahman @ Noorhaimah and Muhammad Nur Syazwan Suhaili.

According to the Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF), 16 violations were recorded in Brunei-Muara District, seven in Belait District, two in Tutong District and four in Temburong District.

The public is reminded to not take lightly the movement restriction measures to ensure the safety and welfare of the populace.

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