MCO: Shah Alam police to maintain five roadblocks

ACP Baharudin checking if documentation is in order at a roadblock in Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam on May 10, 2021 - Bernama

SHAH ALAM (Bernama): There will be one permanent and four mobile roadblocks set up in areas under the jurisdiction of the Shah Alam police district headquarters, following the reinforcement of the movement control order (MCO) since May 6.

Shah Alam district police chief ACP Baharuddin Mat Taib said the permanent roadblock is located at the Bukit Jelutong toll plaza heading towards Shah Alam while the others would be set up as and when necessary.

"The four mobile roadblocks will be managed by stations under Shah Alam district headquarters namely Sri Muda, Bukit Jelutong, Section 9 and Section 6," he told reporters after checking on the roadblock at Bukit Jelutong toll plaza on Monday (May 10).

Baharuddin said the police would also be mobilising over 10 teams to monitor compliance of the MCO standard operating procedures (SOP) and a special team would be deployed to curb crime activities ahead of the Aidilfitri celebration.

He said 26 officers and 147 personnel would be involved in Covid-related assignments including SOP compliance on the first day of Aidilfitri celebration this Thursday (May 13). – Bernama

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