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Stubborn Malaysians still attempting 'balik kampung'
Stubborn Malaysians still attempting 'balik kampung' Others Malaysia Travel News | TravelNews
           PUTRAJAYA, May 18 -- More than 1,000 vehicles have been caught attempting unauthorised interstate travel daily      
           for the past two days and this clearly shows that many Malaysians are still stubbornly trying to ‘balik kampung’
         (returning) to their hometowns.

Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said a total 1,175 vehicles were caught attempting interstate travel yesterday.

“Surprisingly, many are still trying to return to their villages. Yesterday, 1,175 vehicles were caught trying to cross the state borders to return to their hometowns and they were subsequently asked to turn around by the police,” he said this at a daily press conference on the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) here, today.

Ismail Sabri also urged the public to forget the plan for interstate travel as it would have been very frustrating to be told to turn around.

On May 16, a total of 1,248 vehicles were caught attempting unauthorised interstate travel and ordered to turn around by the police.


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