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PPBM man questions why brewery allowed to operate

PPBM Youth religious bureau chief says thousands of halal and Bumiputera businesses have not been able to operate.

5/4/2020 7:05:00 PM

PPBM Youth religious bureau chief says thousands of halal and Bumiputera businesses have not been able to operate. FMTNews AbuHafizSallehHudin

PPBM Youth religious bureau chief says thousands of halal and Bumiputera businesses have not been able to operate.

-April 6, 2020 12:03 AMPPBM Youth religious bureau chief Abu Hafiz Salleh Hudin asks why Heineken brewery was granted an exemption. (Facebook pic)PETALING JAYA: A youth leader in the ruling coalition has questioned why the Heineken brewery has been allowed to operate during the movement control order period.

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Abu Hafiz Salleh Hudin, head of the PPBM Youth religious bureau, said only critical and essential services had previously been allowed to operate during the national shutdown.He pointed out that thousands of halal and Bumiputera businesses, especially in the small and medium industries, had been asked to remain closed.

“Why has there been a special exemption given to the Heineiken factory?” he said in a statement this evening.Abu Hafiz made his comments in a statement in the wake of an image of an approval letter by the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs making the rounds on social media.

FMT has contacted the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs for verification of the letter and sefence minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob for comment.The letter, sighted by FMT, was signed by the ministry’s secretary-general, Hasnol Zam Zam Hj Ahmad and said the brewery had met the criteria as a food supplier and could remain in operation during the MCO period.

Heineken’s application to operate was dated March 24. The company had said at the time it was suspending production to comply with the suspension of all business activities except for essential services.The management control order, in force since March 18, will expire on April 14.

Abu Hafiz also questioned if the government now included alcoholic beverages, which are forbidden (haram) in Islam, to be in the same category of essential or critical services.PPBM is a member of the ruling Perikatan Nasional coalition which includes Barisan Nasional parties and PAS as members.

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All the halal & bumiputera businesses are bs just like the backdoor government and their cybertroopers. My stock is running out and it good the factory start the production and at least some work force can resume their work Kura kura dalam perahu...aik buat buat tak tahu plk Beer is good if taken moderately.

Dumb n dummer...just to make his ppl happy he question brewer company....hahaha joker Just to make his ppl more stupid Cuba bayangkan apa yg netizen ckp kalo la gov masih PH.. habis kena kecam Why cant they be opened with stringent guidelines? Nah kan... dap lah punya pasal ni!! Haih!! Must be MCA' s idea.

Simple reason, tax tax and tax to fill the government coffee. Its about workers job and salary, and your products Works better than warm water Ask your president/PM lah...Kan the new government BEST!! 😏😏😏😏 Tny lh org lantikan PH yg sign surat ni... Knp dia beri kebenaran... Seems This co. will operate with 10% workforce and is highly automated. also prob going to b checked on frequently n have new SOPs in place. So hav yr 1000’s of bumi companies submitted any plan? If so, n rejected, then u can ask why.Maybe better spend yr time helping them do it

Eh? I thought your President is the PM? The question should be why non-essential product has given priority not some stupid halal stuffs. this gov prioritise Beers over many important non-essential stuffs like clothing manufacturers!!. Bravo PN I think DAP is behind this. They have infiltrated the PN administration :)

Takkan lah kerajaan PN yg majoriti nya pemimpin melayu dan berunsurkan isle nak buat macam tu. He he, 🤭🤭🤭 Mine your business 😂 Paying tax to fund the big stimulus covid budget. Basic economic, why always must play religion. Take beer!

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