Masjid India area reopened to the public


Masjid India area have been reopened to the public following the lifting of the enhanced MCO status.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Masjid India area, which was closed under the enhanced movement control order (MCO), has been reopened to the public.

Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced yesterday that the enhanced MCO status for Malayan Mansion, Selangor Mansion, Menara City One and surrounding areas in Jalan Masjid India was lifted on Sunday.

A check by The Star yesterday showed that barbed wire fences around Malayan Mansion, Selangor Mansion and Menara City One were removed and things were back to normal in the area.

Several businesses and premises in the area have also reopened with many owners installing markers for social distancing.

Sundry shop owner Sajahan Wahab said his shop at Malayan Mansion had been closed for more than a month.

He said a massive clean-up was being done before the shop reopens today.

“I am grateful to the authorities for their efforts to clean up the Masjid India area, ” he said.

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