Conditional MCO: Two roadblocks, three road closures in Bukit Kuda near Shah Alam

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  • Friday, 09 Oct 2020

SHAH ALAM (Bernama): North Klang Police set up two roadblocks and closed three roads around Bukit Kuda near here, following the enforcement of the conditional movement control order in the Klang sub-district, effective Friday (Oct 9) until Oct 23.

North Klang district police chief ACP Nurulhuda Mohd Salleh said the roadblocks were in front of Emy Cookies & Food premises and Simpang Lorong Lintang Raksa 2, both in Jalan Bukit Kuda.

"The police will also close three roads in the Bukit Kuda area, namely Lorong Perak, Jalan Raksa 3 and Jalan Raksa 4, ” she said in a statement Friday.

She said people who wanted to exit and enter Lorong Lintang Raksa 2, Jalan Raksa 3 and Pangsapuri Bukit Kuda must obtain written permission from the police first.

"However, there is no need for a permission letter or a special permit for entering or exiting other areas in the North Klang district so far, ” she added.

Nurulhuda also advised the public to always comply with the conditional MCO and that compounds would be issued if there was non-compliance with the standard operating procedures (SOPs) under the conditional MCO.

The public can contact the ‘Op Covid-19operations room at 03-3376 2400 for any questions or complaints, she said. - Bernama

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