Usual chaos along Jalan Masjid India comes to a halt


The iconic Selangor Mansion and Malayan Mansion in downtown Kuala Lumpur falls silent when it becomes the latest place to be put under an enhanced MCO.

KUALA LUMPUR: The sight of medical personnel in white protective suits along Jalan Masjid India, a melting pot of rich Indian Muslim culture and heritage in the heart of the city, shocked onlookers.

The usual hustle and bustle came to a halt as streets were emptied and shop shuttered as it was ringed by barbed wire after authorities imposed an enhanced movement control order (MCO) there.

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