CMCO compliance rate in Brickfields police district at 98%


KUALA LUMPUR: Compliance to the conditional movement control order (MCO) in the Brickfields police district is between 95% and 98%, according to its OCPD.

Asst Comm Zairulnizam Mohd Zainuddin @ Hilmi said most people there have been adhering to the standard operating procedure (SOP).

Since Oct 1, he said 134 compounds were issued in the district, including 70 compounds in Bangsar.

“The compliance rate in the district is around 95% to 98%. We hope the public will maintain good hygiene and keep complying with the SOP,” he told reporters after an inspection at Jalan Telawi in Bangsar on Saturday night.

Six people in the area were issued compounds for violating the conditional MCO, he added.

“We also arrested a 25-year-old man for obstructing police personnel carrying out checks.

“Compounds were issued to premises owners and patrons who failed to comply with the conditional MCO, including not registering on MySejahtera and failing to maintain physical distancing,” he added.

All seven police stations in the Brickfields district conducted simultaneous inspections on Saturday night, he said, adding that there were 26 monitoring teams.

ACP Zailrulnizam said some people complied with the SOP when the police arrived but not when there were no checks.

Meanwhile in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, three men were issued with compounds for failure to close their premises by 10pm, he added.

In separate operation on Saturday, ACP Zailrulnizam said 21 people, including a British woman, were detained following a raid on an illegal online gambling den in Mont Kiara.

“We also arrested two Pakistani men and a local man for taking part in illegal gambling activities in Kuchai Lama and Sri Petaling,” he said.

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