KUALA LUMPUR: Traffic police will resume knocking on doors and conducting road blocks from Thursday to catch habitual traffic offenders under Ops Warta.
Bukit Aman traffic chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Mohd Fuad Abdul Latiff said police were set to resume operations to serve arrest warrants.
“In May a total of 240,000 of the 1.59 million outstanding arrest warrants were settled.
“Traffic police nationwide will begin tracing and arresting those who have not settled their arrest warrants,” he said in a statement yesterday.
He advised the public to check on their summonses at the nearest traffic police counters and settle their outstanding summonses and arrest warrants.
SAC Mohd Fuad said those with multiple summonses and arrest warrants should not keep quiet but come forward to see him or the state traffic police chiefs.
“We will set up road blocks and conduct door-to-door visits to trace and catch these hardcore traffic offenders.
“Take advantage of the next two days to settle your summonses,” he said.
Vehicle owners can check if they have outstanding summonses through www.myeg.com.my and www.rilek.com.my.
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