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Movement control order: KL police chief says arrests only made when people refuse to head home

KUALA LUMPUR: Those found to have contravened Malaysia's movement control order (MCO) are usually given a chance to return home, before being arrested for not heeding the police's advice.

In an interview with CNA, Kuala Lumpur Police Chief Mazlan Lazim said on Thursday (Apr 2) that his officers take a lot of things into consideration before arresting people for violating the MCO.

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