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Malaysia Cops issue warning on June 30 gathering


Malaysia Cops issue warning on June 30 gathering

Action are going to be taken against those getting to congregate on Wednesday (June 30), say police following the discharge of a video urging people to assemble at locations en-masse to protest.

Bukit Aman Internal Security & Public Order Department director Comm Datuk Zainal Abidin Kasim (pic) said on Mon. (28th June) that police were attentive of the video that was recently uploaded and viral on social media.

"The State police would admire to prompt all that the quality operating procedures (SOP’s) which is set by the National Security Council regarding movement and organizing social activities are still in effect,” said Comm Zainal Abidin.

"As such harsh action are to be taken under the Prevention & Control of Infectious Diseases Act-1988 on any party/organization that goes against the SOPs by organizing or joining any gathering/assemblies under Phase 1 of the National Recovery Plan,".

Comm Zainal Abidin said that the general public is urged to not share anything which can invite the masses to travel against Covid-19 SOPs.

The two-minute-40-second-long video urged the general public to assemble at selected locations on June 30 as a logo of protest towards the government's handling of the Covid-19 pandemic.

It urged to those within the Klang Valley to congregate with their vehicles while wearing black T-shirts. However, protestors were told to not leave their cars and to cooperate with the govt. authorities.

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