Anwar: Non-Muslims' right to drink, MB's right to resign golf club presidency

  • Nation Premium
  • Wednesday, 03 Apr 2019

SEREMBAN: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim says he agrees with the decision of Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Aminuddin Harun to step down as the president of a golf club here where beer was sold to non-Muslim members.

The PKR president said although he had no problems with non-Muslims consuming alcohol, the club members should respect Aminuddin's decision to resign after they overturned the club management's decision to stop selling beer on March 24.

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights

Next In Nation

Health Ministry monitoring situation in Singapore, Omicron detected in the island republic, says DG Premium
Omicron: Travellers from several countries temporarily barred from taking part in Langkawi bubble programme Premium
Omicron variant: Malaysia, Singapore to wait-and-see on SOP changes for VTL Premium
Redelineating electoral boundaries is not off the table, says Johor MB in response to Undi18 Premium
Najib's suit against AMMB Holdings, two others should be reinstated, court heard Premium
Ismail Sabri: Malaysian Family Sale to begin nationwide starting Saturday (Dec 4) Premium
Sarawak polls: Chong to contest Padungan, says he will tell locals why former rep Wong King Wei left DAP Premium
Judge acquits 56-year-old murder suspect, prosecution failed to establish prima facie Premium
Nanta: Govt to study opposition's proposals on stabilising prices of essential food items Premium
Simpang Pulai landslide: Lorry driver trapped, rescue efforts underway Premium

Others Also Read