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PETALING JAYA: The police have set up 149 roadblocks on major routes along state borders across Peninsular Malaysia and stepped up the surveillance of “lorong tikus” or alternative routes to prevent Malaysians from balik kampung to celebrate Hari Raya.PETALING JAYA: The police have set up 149 roadblocks on major routes along state borders across Peninsular Malaysia and stepped up the surveillance of “lorong tikus” or alternative routes to prevent Malaysians from balik kampung to celebrate Hari Raya.

Your dash back to kampung will be dashed, drivers warned | The Star

SINGAPORE — Each year, on the morning of Hari Raya Puasa, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, event manager Syed Harun Syed Kader would perform traditional Aidilfitri prayers at a mosque.SINGAPORE — Each year, on the morning of Hari Raya Puasa, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, event manager Syed Harun Syed Kader would perform traditional Aidilfitri prayers at a mosque.

With Hari Raya routines upended by circuit breaker, Muslims distribute meals, staples to underprivileged families