12 arrested in PJ on April 8 for defying MCO
PETALING JAYA: Twelve people were arrested here in the past 24 hours for violating the movement control order ( MCO ).
"The first arrest was made on a 27-year-old Bangladeshi man at 12.30pm near Sprint Highway."He failed to give a valid reason for travelling on the road," ACP Nik Ezanee said in a statement on Thursday (April 9).Two men, aged 22 and 37, were also detained in Kota Damansara at 12.50pm.
"They were using fake vehicle number plates and failed to give valid reasons for being out."Two other men were also arrested at Plaza Seri Setia in Sungai Way for hanging out and not providing the police with credible reasons for being out in public," ACP Nik Ezanee said.
The remaining arrests were on a man for drunk driving and two foreigners, as well as four locals in Sunway Mentari, he added.ACP Nik Ezanee urged everyone to comply with the MCO as the main aim is to break the chain of Covid-19 infection."We will take stern action against those who violate the MCO," he said.Read more: The Star »
Please consider for them to have civil service at hospitals as punishment rather than put them in jail or fine
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