11th ‘Ops Patuh’ launched in Miri to ensure businesses toe the line

Julaihi (front) leading the operation along Jalan Raja today (Nov 28, 2018).

By Brad Rantayy

MIRI, Nov 28: Fifty-three enforcement personnel from Miri City Council (MCC), Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs, Health Department and the police joined hands for the 11th ‘Ops Patuh’ (Compliance Operation) that started today.

During the two-day operation, they would cover four zones to check on business licences, five-foot-ways, clealiness, illegal extensions of premises, parking lots and backlanes.

The four zones are divided as follows: Zone 1 (Morsjaya Commercial Centre, Luak, Riam, Taman Tunku and Taman Jelita), Zone 2 (City centre, waterfront, centre point 1 and 2 and Marina Parkcity), Zone 3 (Pelita Commercial Centre, Boulevard Commercial Centre, Saberkas Commercial Centre, Piasau, Krokop, Central South Yu Seng Road and North Yu Seng Road) and Zone 4 (Bandar Baru Permyjaya, Old Lytong Bazaar, New Lutong bazaar and Senadin).

Miri deputy mayor Julaihi Mohamad launched the operation, and among those present were MCC secretary Morshidi Fredrick and councillors.


Julaihi reminded enforcement personnel to carry out their responsibilities without fear or favour.

The inaugural ‘Ops Patuh’ was held in 2010 with the aim of creating awareness among the business community here on the need to adhere to rules and regulations. — DayakDaily