Starting tonight, a total of 1,128 students of institutions of higher learning (IPT), whether public or private, will be sent home to their hometowns.

Of those, 863 students will be sent home from the central zone to the north zone tonight while 265 students will be sent home from the north zone to the central zone tomorrow night (Monday, April 28).

In another development, a district police headquarters in Selangor was "raided" by the public at about 9 am today.

A check by Astro AWANI at the IPD at around 2 pm found that the situation was still the same.

Until then, people were still lining up at the counters and crowds were still flocking to the IPD.

Astro AWANI was made to understand they have come to the IPD to apply for a permit to travel across the state after the government decided to allow it for an undisclosed period.

The special permission was supposed to be for those who have been stranded in the kampungs for a month after the Movement Control Order (MCO) came into force on March 18.

In fact, Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob had earlier stressed that those in the city were not allowed to return to the kampungs during the MCO period.

In addition, he explained the date of the move to those in the village to return to their respective destinations but did not mean to start on May 1.

Meanwhile, Astro AWANI checks at other IPDs and several police stations around Selangor and Kuala Lumpur found no congestion.