Ismail Sabri: 25 localities in Sabah, Kelantan and Pahang under EMCO from July 24-Aug 6

PUTRAJAYA: A total of 25 localities in Sabah, Kelantan and Pahang will be placed under enhanced movement control order beginning July 24.

These localities will be under the order for 14 days until Aug 6.

In Sabah, seven localities will be placed under EMCO, including Kampung Pukak and PPR Gayang Ria in Tuaran, Kampung Gumandang in Kudat and Kampung Lumatai Ulu in Beaufort.

Three localities in Sipitang - Kampung Banting, Kampung Kawang and Kampung Ulu Bole - will also be placed under the EMCO.

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said that three localities in Machang, Kelantan will be under EMCO.

They are Kampung Joh, Kampung Maka and Dewan Besar Labok.

In Pahang, 14 localities in Temerloh will be affected, including Taman Bahagia, Taman Bahagia Indah, Taman Bahagia Makmur, Taman Bahagia Permai and Taman Bahagia Courts.

Also to be placed under EMCO are the entire Kampung Padang Lalang, Taman Perumahan Sri Kemuning, Flat Sri Kemuning, Taman Temerloh Jaya, Taman Temerloh Jaya Indah, Taman Temerloh Makmur, the entire Felda Lakum, Kampung Paya Keladan and Taman Keladan Indah.

In Bentong, the EMCO will affect the Bentong Prison complex, as well as its staff quarters.

“All standard operating procedures for localities under EMCO are available at the National Security Council website,” he said on Thursday (July 22).

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