Police, Immigration trucks seen at Menara City One


  • Nation
  • Friday, 01 May 2020

KUALA LUMPUR: There was a hive of activity at Menara City One as authorities entered the building during the Labour Day holiday on Friday (May 1).

As early as 10.30am, a group of personnel including police as well as officers from the Immigration Department and Malaysia Civil Defence Force (APM) were seen heading towards the building wearing personal protective equipment (PPE).

Media at the site were made to understand that personnel there were going in to conduct sanitisation and health screening works.

However, around noon, several people, believed to be undocumented immigrants, were seen sitting at one area of the building.

Police and immigration trucks, which had been parked along Jalan Munshi Abdullah, drove into the premises around the same time.

While the operation was going on, several security guards who were pushing a trolley full of food were not allowed into the building.

Police and Immigration have yet to release a statement on the going-ons at the building.

Menara City One has been under enhanced movement control order (MCO) since March 30.

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