Police: Old Miti letter for travel still valid until June 3


PETALING JAYA: Police will allow the use of existing letters issued by the International Trade and Industry Ministry (Miti) for work-related travels until June 3.

In a press conference on Tuesday (June 1), Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Mohamad Fakhrudin Abdul Hamid said many are still using the old letter.

"Some have said the new ones are still pending, while others have said that they have just applied the night before. So, as per the orders of the state police chief, we will allow the use of the old letters when we inspect cars at our roadblocks until June 3.

"We have also advised them to go through their employers to apply for the new Miti letter, or letter of authorisation from the respective ministries," he said, adding that once the grace period is over, police will proceed with issuing compounds.

Earlier today, Petaling Jaya police inspected two factories in the area for Covid-19 SOP compliance.

"I am pleased to see that the factories here, especially the big ones, have been very compliant.

"Our checks will be continuous, and so far, we have inspected 24 locations," he said.

On road block updates, ACP Mohamad Fakhrudin said that 10 mobile roadblocks will be mounted in the district.

In a statement, he said that six permanent roadblocks in Petaling Jaya will be enforced. They are at Subang toll plaza, Sungai Buloh toll plaza, Kota Damansara toll plaza, Damansara toll plaza, Federal Highway and Taman Kannagapuram.

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 46
Cxense type: free
User access status: 3
   

Next In Nation

Geopolitical balance in SE-Asia region is dynamic, says Hisham
Govt to study requests to extend business operations until 10pm
Indera Mahkota's seniors, disabled to get free rides to Covid-19 vaccination centres
Melaka state assembly expected to convene in mid-July, says Deputy Speaker
Essential workers in Sabah urged to check SOPs before travelling to avoid compound notices
Door-to-door Covid-19 vaccine registration at Sabah islands proves effective
Individuals registered as Rela members without their knowledge identified, says Home Ministry
Everyone registered with MySejahtera will get Covid-19 vaccine, says Health Ministry
Radio presenter volunteers to ferry the elderly for Covid-19 jabs
12th Malaysia Plan takes National Recovery Plan into account, says Tok Pa

Stories You'll Enjoy


Vouchers