JPJ helping out cops at MCO roadblocks in KL


KUALA LUMPUR: Forty 40 Road Transport Department (JPJ) personnel have been deployed to assist the police in monitoring the enforcement of the movement control order in the city.

Kuala Lumpur JPJ director Mohd Zaki Ismail said they are assisting the Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department of the police at roadblocks set up at Jalan Duta and Sungai Besi.

“Our initial checks revealed that motorists are generally complying with the standard operating procedure.

“When stopped at the roadblocks, they showed letters from their respective employers, ” he told reporters at the Jalan Duta roadblock yesterday.

Mohd Zaki said JPJ is committed to assisting the police throughout the MCO.

“We also have our mobile units doing patrols to ensure that the public adhere to the SOP, ’” he added.

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