No one flouted visiting SOPs: Police chief

Datuk Aidi Ismail

KUCHING: No one flouted the Raya visiting SOPs on the first day of Hari Raya Aidilfitri, which only allowed immediate family members to visit each other.

Sarawak Police Commissioner Datuk Aidi Ismail no compounds were issued on the first day.

“As of 8 pm last night (May 13), we have inspected a total of 173 houses statewide and not a single compound was issued.

“However, these inspections or monitoring are not just limited to the first day of Raya.

“It will be done continuously during the conditional movement control order (CMCO) period and throughout the festive season,” he said.

Aidi also disclosed the top four districts that had the highest number of houses inspected – Bintulu (45), Sibu (41), Miri (40) and Kuching (30).

Meanwhile, the police issued a total of nine compounds on Monday (May 13) to errant individuals who violated the SOPs such as failing to update the customer’s logbook; going out of the enhanced movement control order (EMCO) zone; dine-in at eateries and failing to scan the MySejahtera at eateries.