MCA questions MUIP's right to bar non-Islamic materials at hotels


PETALING JAYA: The MCA has questioned whether the Pahang Malay and Islamic Customs Council (MUIP) has the constitutional right and jurisdiction to bar non-Islamic materials and symbols from the guest rooms and public reading areas of all the 147 hotels in the state.

Pahang MCA chief Datuk Hoh Khai Mun said the hotels were commercial entities registered with and governed by the Companies Commission of Malaysia, formed under civil law.

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Religion , Politics , hoh khai mun , pahang , muip

   

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