- MITI letters will not be accepted by the police starting from 18th to 21st July at all interstate borders in Malaysia
- Decision made to avoid irresponsible parties from misusing their MITI letter to cross states to celebrate Hari Raya this coming week
- Only emergency matters with police permission as well as health matters, including vaccinations, are allowed
MITI Letters Not Accepted For Interstate Travel Till 21st July
An official statement has been released by the police stating that letters/documents from the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) will not be accepted as a valid movement permit from July 18-21 for interstate travel.
Inspector-General of Police Datuk Seri Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani said the ban was following the detection of an increased number of vehicles on the highways over the past two days. He also mentioned that this is to avoid irresponsible parties from misusing the MITI letter as approval to cross states to celebrate Hari Raya this coming week. Any party found violating the ban would face stern action without compromise.
Stay Home, Stay Safe
Seeing the rising cases in Malaysia, it’s only best for everyone to stay home as much as possible, especially during the upcoming festivities. Only head out for necessities and vaccination. For those who have no registered for vaccination, do remember to do so. Stay safe and take care, folks!
Source: The Sun Daily
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