Unopened non-Muslim places of worship need approval to hold events, says Negri exco member

  • Nation
  • Friday, 07 Aug 2020

SEREMBAN: About half the number of non-Muslim places of worship in Negri Sembilan which have yet to obtain approval to re-open are not allowed to hold any events till they do so, says an exco member.

State human resources, plantation and non-Islamic affairs committee chairman J. Arul Kumar said so far, only 276 places of worship were allowed to re-open.

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