T’ganu next to outlaw vaping

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  • Thursday, 31 Dec 2015

KUALA TERENGGANU: Tereng­ganu will ban the sale and smoking of vape and electronic-cigarettes in the state from tomorrow in accor­dance with the State Fatwa Council decision.

State secretary Datuk Osman Muda in announcing this said the decision came following the state government’s agreement with the Fatwa Council’s decision to haram (forbid) vaping and the usage of e-cigarettes during a meeting on Dec 29.

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