Idris told mosque management not to carry out own punishment


KUALA LUMPUR: Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Religious Affairs) Senator Idris Ahmad (pic) said the action of members of the public who carry out their own punishment on individuals suspected of committing an offence is highly inappropriate.

Stressing that stealing for any reason is prohibited in Islam and offenders should be judged fairly, he said, however, the matter should be handed over to the authorities for further action.

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