1,200 JPJ personnel mobilised to help police


PUTRAJAYA: A total of 1,200 Road Transport Department (JPJ) personnel have been mobilised nationwide until Jan 26 to help the police with the implementation of the various movement control orders in the affected states.

The personnel were mobilised from yesterday.

JPJ said the collaboration between the department and police would prioritise certain areas and localities that were the main focus of road users.

“It will be implemented through three key strategies – patrols on main state roads and expressways, roadblocks that focus on public vehicles, and inspection and monitoring at major bus terminals, ” it said.

JPJ urged the public to cooperate and comply with the standard operating procedure to effectively curb the spread of Covid-19. — Bernama

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