Good news says top cop; no CMCO or SOP violation

Datuk Aidi Ismail

KUCHING: A total of 71,043 vehicles and 3,313 premises were checked, including residential areas throughout the state, in the past 24 hours from May 31 for conditional movement control order (CMCO) compliance.

Sarawak Police Commissioner Datuk Aidi Ismail was pleased to note that there were zero arrests and no compounds were issued which meant the CMCO and standard operating procedures (SOPs) were adhered to during Gawai Dayak.

Aidi said operations were conducted from midnight May 31 until June 1.

“The traffic flow was smooth throughout the state, and there was no cases of inter-district travel violation; thus no compounds were been issued,” he said in a press statement yesterday.

Aidi also said there were 50 roadblocks involving 843 personnel.

“We also had personnel from 108 teams monitoring 3,313 premises, including houses in villages and housing areas,” he added.