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Kuala Lumpur has seen a reduction in crime during the Movement Control Order (MCO), according to reports.
Deputy Home Minister I Datuk Seri Ismail Mohamed Said told the Parliament that before the MCO, around 2,225 criminal cases were reported from 1 January until 17 March.
He said that during the MCO period (March 18 to May 3), there were 546 criminal cases while during the Conditional MCO (CMCO) which was from 4 May to 9 June, there were 708 criminal cases.
As for the current MCO, the recovery MCO (RMCO), from 10 June to 30 June there are 488 cases recorded so far.
He later revealed that most cases of the criminal cases involve motorcycle theft, after he was asked a supplementary question by Abdul Latiff Abdul Rahman (Kuala Krai-PAS).
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