Abdul Malik: It Is Up To The Fatwa Committee For Ruling On Vape On State



GEORGE TOWN, Dec 23 – It is up to the State of Penang Fatwa Committee for the a ruling on the use of electronic cigarettes and vape in the state, said State Religious Affairs, Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Committee chairman Datuk Abdul Malik Abul Kassim.

He said the National Fatwa Committee has decided to use electronic cigarettes legal and illegal vape on the Special Dialogue National Fatwa Committee for Religious Affairs Malaysia on Monday. However, he also told that it was up to the State Fatwa Committee to make a decision as recommended the National Fatwa Council.

He said that the National Fatwa Committee has recommended that each country examine the decision and to Penang, it is up to the State Fatwa Committee to decide on it. Earlier, several states have decided the ban vape including Johor, Kedah, Kelantan, Selangor and Perak.

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