Repeat Ops Pulih offender to be brought to court

Izah Azahari

A man’s name appeared twice in a row on the list of violators during Operasi Pulih – a movement control measure to ensure the public remains at home from 8pm to 4am – which went viral recently.

Minister of Health Dato Seri Setia Dr Haji Mohd Isham bin Haji Jaafar during the daily press conference yesterday said this is being discussed with the Attorney General’s Chambers to produce the suspect in court.

Meanwhile, Dato Seri Setia Dr Haji Mohd Isham said 16 violations were detected on Saturday, with 12 violators caught being out unnecessarily. According to the Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF), 13 violations were reported in Brunei-Muara District, two in Belait District, and one in Tutong District.

The RBPF urged the public to work together to break the chain of COVID-19 infection by complying with the regulations under Chapter 204 of the Infectious Diseases Act, failing of which will result in action being taken on the violator.

The 12 offenders of the out-of-home restriction are: locals Muhammad Izzwan Sollehin bin Abu Bakar; Siti Aishah binti Musa; Hadi bin Haji Abdul Rahman; Sofian bin Lian Lim Wee Kat; Hasanul Basri bin Md Daud; Muhammad Hamizan bin Jabair; Abdul Hafizuddin bin Zaini; and Mohammad Khoirul Huda bin Samra; as well as foreigners Al-Amin; Mohammad Atikur; and Nahid Ahmad.

Royal Brunei Police Force personnel conducting checks during Operasi Pulih. PHOTOS: RBPF
ABOVE, CENTRE & BELOW: Local violators Muhammad Izzwan Sollehin bin Abu Bakar; Siti Aishah binti Musa; Hadi bin Haji Abdul Rahman; and Sofian bin Lian

ABOVE, CENTRE & BELOW: Local violators Lim Wee Kat; Hasanul Basri bin Md Daud; Muhammad Hamizan bin Jabair; and Abdul Hafizuddin bin Zaini

ABOVE, CENTRE & BELOW: Local violator Mohammad Khoirul Huda bin Samra; and foreign violators Al-Amin; Mohammad Atikur; and Nahid Ahmad