‘Umrah scammers will pay’


KUALA LUMPUR: The Tourism and Culture Ministry (Motac) is looking at instituting heavier penalties for religious tour operators who cheat consumers with scam umrah (minor pilgrimage) packages.

Ministry Deputy secretary-general Haslina Abdul Hamid said this after launching the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents’ (MATTA) first B2B Umrah and Muslim Holidays for 2018 at a hotel here yesterday.

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