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GEORGE TOWN: The government is "not aggressive" in its measures to curb issues involving cheap and counterfeit liquor, says the Malaysian Anti-Cheap Liquor Movement.
SEPANG: The Customs Department has proposed to the government to amend the Customs Act 1967 to impose caning and a minimum fine of RM100,000 on those who sell smuggled cigarettes and liquor.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Three Indian nationals suspected of distributing cheap counterfeit liquor to retailers around Selayang and Desa Jaya have been arrested following the death of six Myanmar men who recently died due to methanol poisoning.
PORT KLANG: The Customs Department has intensified operations by carrying out 220 raids in the Klang Valley following the death of 40 people from methanol poisoning.
CONSIDERING how quickly and how often outrage, including the manufactured variety, surges through society, Malaysians’ response to the dozens of methanol poisoning cases this week has been muted.
PETALING JAYA: News of the deadly alcohol poisoning has prompted the Malaysia Liquor Manufacturer and Bottler Association to advise tipplers to avoid “at all cost” alcoholic drinks that are sold way below market price.
PETALING JAYA: Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar has called upon the authorities to clamp down on the sale of counterfeit liquor at grocery shops, following a mass alcohol poisoning that has already claimed 19 lives.
IPOH: Two Perak state Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism Ministry (KPDNKK) officers have been arrested by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) for soliciting and accepting a bribe from a businessman.
KUALA LUMPUR: Fake liquor is pouring into the country, with unsuspecting customers 'toasting' to the adulterated spirits and thinking that they have a good deal because it is sold below market prices.
The Government has given liquor importers, distributors and retailers another month to comply with the Customs Department's requirement to have their products labelled with security stamps.