Ban violates human rights of non-Muslims: MCA chief
Petaling Jaya (Malaysia), July 14 (ANI): The move by the Kedah government to stop 13 types of entertainment outlets from operating during the Ramadan month violates the human rights of non-Muslims, MCA Young Professionals Bureau chief Chua Tee Yong said.
The Star quoted as saying that non-Muslims had the absolute freedom and rights to visit these entertainment outlets.
"This policy is not only disrespectful of the non-Muslims but it will also affect their livelihood," he said in a statement yesterday. (ANI)
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