First PDRM, then ATM and now JPJ. It certainly seems like it takes countless hands to bring down stubborn Malaysians.
According to Bernama, day 23 of MCO and JPJ (Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan), has decided to step in to help authorities further enforce the rules and regulations of our partial lock down.
Defense minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri stated in a press conference that due to the stubborn attitude of a handful of Malaysians, JPJ has joined forces to help PDRM and ATM with Covid-19 operation roadblocks country-wide.
He also noted that the obedience level of citizens to stay at home is still only at 97%. Which means there is still 3% of citizens who are insistent on breaking the rules.
Well if we weren’t screwed before, we are now. What do you think about this? Let us know in the comments!
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