The order, which was applied for by Sentul police chief Assistant Commissioner Ahmad Sofian Md Yassin, specifically prohibits Parti Keadilan Rakyat de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and his supporters from being in the area as well as holding any rally or participating in it.
This is something new to me and since when did the police need to get a court order to stop any public demonstration or rally?
Most major roads into the city experienced traffic jams this afternoon as police continued an operation, codenamed Ops Padam, which began at 2pm yesterday.The police blockade mounted at 12 entry points, including the Federal Highway near the Kota Darul Ehsan arch and the Damansara-Puchong Expressway, had reduced traffic flow to a crawl.
It is learnt that policemen at the road blocks were told to be on the lookout for buses or vehicles carrying flags or banners of a particular political party.Any vehicle with people wearing T-shirts or carrying posters of the political party would be stopped from entering the city.City police chief Datuk Muhammad Sabtu Osman told media yesterday that the roadblocks would continue until further notice.
(Update)13th July 11pmCourt Order Served
The court order have been served on Dato Seri Anwar at his home barring him and his supporters from within 5 km of the Parliament.
Massive Traffic Jams in Kuala Lumpur due to the Police Roadblock to prevent any Demonstration and Rally as the public awaits the outcome of the "No Confidence Motion" from the Parliament House expected to be tabled at about 12pm.