Thousands trying to balik kampung turned back

Passing through: Up to 3,000 vehicles were told to turn back on Tuesday after the occupants admitted they were returning to their hometowns for Hari Raya.

PUTRAJAYA: It looks like more people are trying their luck to balik kampung for Hari Raya Aidilfitri despite knowing their journey will be barred despite repeated reminders that interstate travel is not allowed during the conditional movement control order (CMCO).

According to the police, 3,212 vehicles were stopped on Tuesday.

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