Musa insists shooting can be done within range of safety


PETALING JAYA: The National Shooting Association of Malaysia (NSAM) committee member Datuk Musa Omar feels that their sport should be allowed to resume under the conditional movement control order.

Under the order, sports activities that involve close contact such as football, rugby, swimming and indoor sports will not be allowed. Only outdoor activities that do not require close contact or mass gatherings will be permitted.

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