Comedy club owner's ban sets a precedent on religious insult matters, says FT Ministry

17/8/2022 9:21:00 AM

The Deputy Federal Territories Minister said this was to prevent a recurrence of similar events in the future.

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The Deputy Federal Territories Minister said this was to prevent a recurrence of similar events in the future.

THE decision was made to ban the owner of the Crackhouse Comedy Club from obtaining a business licence for life to set a precedent on matters regarding to insults on religious issues, says Datuk Seri Jalaluddin Alias.

(pic).The Deputy Federal Territories Minister said this was to prevent a recurrence of similar events in the future.ALSO READ:"This decision was made to set a precedent for other similar entertainment outlets in Kuala Lumpur that you cannot insult Islam or any other religion.

"We cannot compromise on such matters. That is simply unacceptable."It is insensitive, disrespectful and not healthy for people to insult and demean one another and their religions," he said.ALSO READ:When asked if the owners would be able to apply to renew their licence in the future, Jalaluddin said:"The owners are blacklisted for life from registering any entertainment business in Kuala Lumpur.

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Club owner's lifetime ban sets a precedent on religious insult matters, says FT MinistryTHE decision was made to ban the owner of the Crackhouse Comedy Club from obtaining a business licence for life to set a precedent on matters regarding to insults on religious issues, says Datuk Seri Jalaluddin Alias. Government overreach. Total abuse of power. MalaysiaPMO DBKL2u This is simply unacceptable and must be challenged.

DBKL blacklists Crackhouse Comedy Club owner, bars him from registering business for lifePETALING JAYA: The owner of the Crackhouse Comedy Club has been blacklisted for life from registering a business in Kuala Lumpur.

DBKL cancels licence for Crackhouse Comedy Club, blacklists owners from opening any business in city foreverKUALA LUMPUR, Aug 17 ― Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has blacklisted the owners of the Crack House Comedy Club for life for violating the terms of its license. Deputy Federal... There should be a law against what DBKL has done. It is cruel and unusual punishment for actions done by a third party that was not within the reasonable control of the club proprietors. Bar Council better take action or we will have similar taliban-like rulings become a norm. Why are we even having mayors we never voted for? This minister isn’t even from FT, he’s from Jelebu. Depa Bodoh Kalahkan Lembu.

DBKL cancels licence for Crackhouse Comedy Club, blacklists owner from opening any business in city foreverKUALA LUMPUR, Aug 17 ― It’s permanent lights out for popular stand-up comic venue, Crackhouse Comedy Club in Taman Tun Dr Ismail. Its owner Rizal Van Geyzel is also banned...

DBKL cancels licence for Crackhouse Comedy Club, blacklists owners from opening any business in city foreverKUALA LUMPUR, Aug 17 ― Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has blacklisted the owners of the Crack House Comedy Club for life for violating the terms of its license. Deputy Federal... marah nyamuk kelambu dibakar. taik punya DBKL

No more laughs from Crackhouse as DBKL permanently blacklists ownerComedy club’s licence has been revoked. ... Whilst the real criminals get away go online! Please la..everyone knows The REAL crackhouse full of clowns is what we call parliament.shut that down too

THE decision was made to ban the owner of the Crackhouse Comedy Club from obtaining a business licence for life to set a precedent on matters regarding to insults on religious issues, says Datuk Seri Jalaluddin Alias (pic) .THE decision was made to ban the owner of the Crackhouse Comedy Club from obtaining a business licence for life to set a precedent on matters regarding to insults on religious issues, says Datuk Seri Jalaluddin Alias (pic) .Deputy Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Jalaluddin Alias said the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) licensing committee had agreed to cancel the comedy club's business license effective July 30.for the latest news you need to know.

The Deputy Federal Territories Minister said this was to prevent a recurrence of similar events in the future. ALSO READ: "This decision was made to set a precedent for other similar entertainment outlets in Kuala Lumpur that you cannot insult Islam or any other religion. ALSO READ: "This decision was made to set a precedent for other similar entertainment outlets in Kuala Lumpur that you cannot insult Islam or any other religion. "We cannot compromise on such matters. More to come. That is simply unacceptable. That is simply unacceptable. "It is insensitive, disrespectful and not healthy for people to insult and demean one another and their religions," he said. On July 10, Jalaluddin had said that the premises operating in the outskirts of Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI) was operating without the correct licence because it only had a restaurant licence and no entertainment licence.

ALSO READ: When asked if the owners would be able to apply to renew their licence in the future, Jalaluddin said:"The owners are blacklisted for life from registering any entertainment business in Kuala Lumpur. ALSO READ: When asked if the owners would be able to apply to renew their licence in the future, Jalaluddin said:"The owners are blacklisted for life from registering any entertainment business in Kuala Lumpur. "If their name is on it (licence application) they won't get it. We have to be strict. We have to be strict. "Like I said, what they did is unacceptable." Article type: free ." Article type: free.