Johor cops warn 866 tabligh gathering participants to come forward
CORONAVIRUS | Johor police chief says if the participants do not come forward, strict action will be taken.
CORONAVIRUS| The remaining 866 participants of the Sri Petaling mosque Tabligh gathering from Johor who has yet to come forward for health screening have been warned that they face strict action by the authorities.Johor police chief Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay (
photo, above) said 2,086 participants from Johor were identified to have attended the gathering and from those, 1,220 of them had undergone screenings in hospitals.“We have identified (the remaining 866), and we will be calling them. If they still not do want to come forward for screening, we will take strict action as we have given time numerous warnings.
“No more deadlines for them. We will contact them and persuade them to present themselves (for screening),” he told reporters at the Johor Police Contingent Headquarters today.In a related development, he said 73 participants of the Ijtima of Asia 2020 tabligh gathering in Sulawesi, Indonesia, have re-entered Johor via the Stulang Laut and Puteri Harbour ferry terminals since March 23.
Ayob Khan said all of them were now undergoing a 14-day quarantine at home.On the Enhanced movement control order (MCO) enforced on two areas in Simpang Renggam, Ayob said there was one violation case reported there yesterday.He said the case involved two men in their 20s who tried to flee from the roadblock mounted in Parit Linau, Simpang Renggam.
“In the 8.45pm incident, the two men were stopped at the roadblock after which they tried to escape.“After further checks police found 0.6 grammes of heroin in a bag carried by one of them,” he said.Both are now under police custody for violating the Enhanced MCO and for possession of drugs, he added.
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Tangkap aje lah. Sekarang jugak! Oh my God, nak amaran2 apa lagi? Nak tunggu apa lagi?This virus spreads exponentially! Minta sultan johor titah keluar arahan...baru la tahu engkar titah sultan..senang nak take action U dulu cakap , no talking , mesti tangkap kalau NS! Tangkap la , apa lagi tunggu , this is national security bro !
Just catch them la, are they untouchables by putting religion on their forehead. Warnings after warnings, keep issuing warnings. Keep issuing threats. Go after them ! after so many weeks still 'warm' ? PDRMsia What to warn? We already 15 days at home! You need to take action now and arrest! So stubborn and selfish to put own family, friends and unknown people lives at risk!
So much praying and no brains Aiyoo, u got list go arrest la. Dont talk nonsense. Better resign. If PDRM knows who, why don’t act of it? Can’t fathom the dillydally. Till now still warning People are doing their part staying home. We’ve been hearing warnings for weeks For Gods sake do your job find them, arrest them, have them tested!
Nak jadi Tabligh tapi bila sampai hal kesihatan dan kebersihan tidak dijaga baik kenapa Still giving warning? Sampai bila baru nak aksyen?
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