KUALA LUMPUR – Interstate travel to return to hometown for the Aidilfitri holidays is not allowed, said Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin in a special Labour Day address broadcasted live today.
“Interstate travel is also not allowed, with the exception of returning to home for work after being stranded at hometown or other places,” he said.
The Muslims will be celebrating the Aidilfitri in three weeks’ time.
Among the activities which are not allowed include, social, community and cultural events which involve mass assembly such as feast (kenduri), open house, congregational breaking of fast, concert, cultural performances, monthly assembly in government departments and private sector and all forms of launch events and assembly.
“Religious activities such as religious parade, Friday prayers and all congregational activities in mosques, surau and houses of worship is also not allowed,” said Muhyiddin.
In that address, the Prime Minister also announced the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in almost all economic sectors which will be allowed to operate beginning 4 May. -MalaysiaGazette