Ismail Sabri: 503 compounded, 11 arrested for SOP violations on Monday (May 17)


PETALING JAYA: A total of 503 individuals received compounds while 11 others were remanded for movement control order violations on Monday (May 17).

Senior Minister (security) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said among the violations committed were failure to provide entry log or equipment (127), not wearing face masks (147), not observing physical distancing (62), carrying passengers above the permitted limit (13) and 165 other offences.

"Compliance operations task force led by the police, comprising 15,631 personnel divided into 4,216 teams, conducted 75,057 checks on Monday.

They checked 4,135 supermarkets, 4,924 restaurants, 2,204 factories, 3,977 banks, 927 government offices, and 2,135 hawkers.

"They also monitored 1,892 markets and farmers markets, 3,233 places of worship, 1,528 recreational areas, 1,765 land transport terminals, 299 water transport terminals and 108 air transport terminals," he said.

Meanwhile, under Ops Benteng, 41 foreigners had been arrested on Monday with two vessels seized, adding that 462 roadblocks were also conducted nationwide.

On sanitation operations, he said 89 were conducted on Monday involving 40 red zones, four orange zones and eight yellow zones.

"The operations were conducted by 419 Fire and Rescue Department personnel and 174 local government personnel.

"Cumulatively, 23,804 operations had been conducted since March 30 involving 156 zones," he said.

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