No-smoking lawbreakers in Melaka mostly foreigners


MELAKA: Most of the people caught smoking in prohibited premises on the first official day of the no-smoking ban were foreigners, says state Health and Anti-Drug Committee chairman Low Chee Leong.

He said these offenders were aware of the full enforcement of no-smoking law beginning Wednesday (Jan 1) under the Regulation 11 (1) (d) of the Tobacco Control Regulation (PPKHT) Regulations 2004 (amended) 2018.

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