PAS Ulama Council wants four actions to address Timah whiskey controversy

PETALING JAYA: Claiming to be facing severe backlash, the PAS Ulama Council is calling for four actions over the controversy surrounding the whiskey brand Timah.

In a statement on Monday (Oct 18), council information chief Mohd Nor Hamzah said since the controversy over Timah began, the Islamist party has been facing public backlash as it is a part of the Federal Government.

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