Just have your utility bills on standby during MCO – Selangor police

Faisal Asyraf


CORONAVIRUS | The police may ask the public to show their utility bills during a roadblock or snap check to prove they are within a 10km radius from their homes as outlined in the second phase of the movement control order (MCO).

Selangor Integrity and Standard Compliance Department chief Mohd Ismail Muslim explained that police would do so at their discretion and if they are suspicious with those who attempt to deceive them about their reasons for going out.

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