Travellers can walk on causeway
Mon, Jan 12, 2009
my paper

I REFER to the report, 'No beating Causeway jam on foot' (my paper, Jan 5).

The article had mentioned that: 'The ruling, which was implemented by Malaysia since the new Sultan Iskandar Customs, Immigration and Quarantine Complex opened, has now been adopted by the authorities in the island republic.' This line is factually incorrect.

We would like to highlight that the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) is unaware of this new ruling.

Ms Kong Yong Sin
Senior Public & Internal Communications Executive
Public & Internal Communications Branch,
Corporate Communications Division
Immigration & Checkpoints Authority

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