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Police to monitor smaller roadways

Traffic police nationwide will start to monitor violations on small roads as well as major thoroughfares, said Him Yan, deputy director of the department of public order at the National Police. “The reason we started bringing our attention from the main roads to smaller roads is because most youths drive along the small roads in order to escape police,” he said, adding that the new strategy will be put into practice by the end of this week.

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