• Jonathan Shiek

Man Fined RM10,000 For Not Scanning The MySejahtera App

A man just got issued a fine of RM10,000 for violating SOPs on Thursday, 11 March. According to Cheras district police chief ACP Mohamed Mokhsein Mohamed Zon, the man did not register his details or scan the MySejahtera app at a restaurant that he visited in Bukit Jalil.

Polis Cheras sahkan surat kompaun RM10,000 dikeluarkan ke atas seorang individu kerana tidak daftar diri melalui aplikasi mysejahtera atau buku daftar disediakan kedai. — Mohd Redzuan Abdul Manap (@redzuanNewsMPB) March 12, 2021

If you’re frequently going out and visiting places, do remember to follow the SOPs as they are getting stricter! Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador said that the increased fine was enforced to make sure stubborn offenders will stop violating the SOPs.

“But it’s simply to make people aware that the virus is still everywhere, in case we forget. If MCO imposed since a month ago is not complied with, the situation can change (from better) to worse at any time.”

“Ultimately, the person issued with the fine will then have two weeks to settle it, where the final amount will be decided by the district health officer at their respective district health offices.”

“So it is not a case of you automatically being required to pay RM10,000 once you receive the fine. These amounts are ultimately at the district health officer’s discretion. The police are not out to punish anyone, or issue fines and collect money on behalf of the government. We are just the messengers who enforce the law and issue the fine.”


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