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Beware – KL Police To Conduct Massive Traffic Op In July 2023!

Be warned – the KL police just announced it will conduct a massive traffic op throughout Kuala Lumpur for the month of July 2023!


Massive KL Police Traffic Op To Involve 1000 Officers!

On Tuesday, 28 June 2023, Kuala Lumpur Police Chief, Dato’ Mohd Shuhaily bin Mohd Zain officiated the launching ceremony of the KL police’s Kuala Lumpur Police Operation Respect for Road Laws together with Other Enforcement Agencies (Operasi Hormat Undang-undang Jalan Raya Polis Kuala Lumpur Bersama Agensi-agensi Penguatkuasaan Yang Lain).

This massive KL police operation will take place throughout Kuala Lumpur, for the entire month of July 2023. This operation will be conducted not just by the KL police, but also the Road Transport Department (JPJ), the KL city hall (DBKL), and the Environment Department (JAS).

Roughly 1000 police personnel and officers from other agencies will be involved in this operation, but they will focus on their respective jurisdictions:

This operation will involve about 1,000 officers and police personnel with the respective agencies focusing on the offences under their own jurisdiction.

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KL Police Traffic Op In July 2023 To Focus On 7 Aspects

Together with partner agencies, the massive KL police traffic operation in July 2023 will involve checking on illegal parking, obstruction of traffic, running red lights, illegal number plates, illegal tinting, and offences committed by motorcyclists.

Enforcement officials will immediately issue summonses to motorists and pedestrians caught flouting traffic laws during this operation, which will involve seven separate operations to curb traffic offences:

  • Operation Illegal Parking (Op Parkir Haram)
  • Operation Traffic Obstruction (Op Halangan)
  • Operation Red Light (Op Lampu Merah)
  • Operation Number Plates (Op Numbor Pendaftaran)
  • Operation Dark Tinting (Op Cermin Gelap)
  • Operation Motorcycle (Op Motosikal)
  • Operation Education (Op Didik)

Police and enforcement officers will also take this opportunity to educate motorists and pedestrians on the dangers of not obeying traffic rules.

In addition to looking out for traffic offences, the KL police will also run background checks on motorists for outstanding arrest warrants and criminal records, and look for stolen vehicles.

While not involved in traffic offences, the KL Narcotics Criminal Investigation Department will also be on the lookout for drug-related offences during this operation.

Finally, the police will also take action against workshops that are conducting illegal modifications of vehicles.


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MyGCC Debunks Old CMCO Cross-District Travel Info!

The KL City Council (DBKL) created confusion yesterday after posting old information on CMCO cross-district travel issued by MyGCC months ago.

Find out what happened, and what you really need to know about the new CMCO lockdown of KL, Selangor and Putrajaya!


DBKL Issued Old MyGCC Info On CMCO Cross-District Travel

On the eve of the CMCO lockdown of KL, Selangor and Putrajaya, DBKL posted this MyGCC infographic on their Facebook page.

It created a lot of confusion because the post directly contradicts what the Malaysia National Security Council (MKN) said yesterday.

Note : We added the FALSE overlay to avoid the screenshot from being misused and shared online.

The MyGCC infographic states that Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur and Selangor are categorised as Klang Valley, and that for the purpose of the CMCO lockdown, travel between the three states are considered as inter-district travel.

Yet yesterday, both the MKN and the Defence Minister himself, Dato’ Sri Ismail Sabri Yaakob, announced that cross-district travel is forbidden, except for work purposes – and employment passes or letters are required to get through road blocks.


The CMCO Cross-District Info Confirmed INVALID

Several netizens pointed out that the MyGCC infographic appears to be the one they issued in May 2020, for a different CMCO lockdown.

MyGCC themselves posted a different infographic, and specifically said that,

Entering and existing these districts and inter-district travel is forbidden. Workers who need to travel cross-district must show a work pass or employment letter from their employers“.

On 14 October 2020, MyGCC finally issued this infographic debunking what MBPJ posted :

DBKL finally removed their erroneous post at the end of yesterday. But people keep circulating their post on social media, especially in WhatsApp groups.

Please share this article out so that people understand that while the infographic was indeed created by MyGCC, it was for an earlier CMCO in May 2020, and does NOT apply to the new CMCO / PKPB lockdown.


KL, Selangor, Putrajaya CMCO : What’s Allowed + Not Allowed

Here is a partial list of what’s allowed and what’s not allowed during the CMCO (PKPB) lockdown of KL, Selangor and Putrajaya :

  • No one is allowed to enter or leave the areas under CMCO lockdown.
  • Cross-district travel is forbidden, except for work, economic or industrial purposes.
  • Cross-district travel for emergencies (sickness and funeral) requires advanced notice to the police.
  • Workers will need a valid work pass or letter of permission from their employers to get past state and district roadblocks.
  • Employers are encouraged to let their employees work from home.
  • Travellers from other states who need to pass through Selangor and Kuala Lumpur to other states should obtain prior permission from the nearest police station.
  • Individuals who intend to travel by air through KLIA, KLIA2 and Subang Airport must obtain prior permission from the police.
  • Only two persons from each household are allowed to go out to purchase daily necessities.

For the full list of what’s allowed and not allowed during this new CMCO (PKPB) lockdown, please click here!


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