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THE 4D lottery shop ban in Kedah is just the beginning of an infringement of non-Muslim rights in Malaysia.
The state government, of which PAS is a part, is interested only in impinging on non-Malay rights. PAS is not interested in competency or good governance, but race and religious baiting for its political survival. It has imposed religious “moral” codes on the population and justified it with an “all religions will agree with this” claim. Unfortunately, its supporters and some non-Malays are cheering for the party.
The Finance Ministry (MOF) issues 4D lottery shop licences and will carefully consider all factors, including local demographic, before issuing the licenses. It is a no-brainer; MOF will not issue licenses in areas with no significant non-Muslim populations. That is why there is no 4D lottery shop in Kelantan or Terengganu.
How is it fair to ban a legally established business without sound justification? Why did PAS ban 4D lottery shops in Kedah? Is it because gambling is morally wrong? Since when do non-Muslims need a moral police to tell what is right or wrong?
Those who see the ban as a non-issue are not seeing the forthcoming danger. This moral policing will extend to other areas and may even affect non-Malay livelihoods in Malaysia.
The PAS state government is testing the waters with the 4D lottery shop ban, and will eventually stretch its moral policing over all non-Muslims in the country. This is evident during an interaction between PAS lawmakers and a journalist on the issue.
Although the state government has the power to prevent lottery shops from operating as the issuance of premise licences comes under its purview, can local authorities overstep their boundaries this way, despite the shops having secured the necessary licences from federal authorities?
Then, can a state government also revoke the licences of factories operating in the state and make them illegal, just in case PAS decides to play the anti-West narrative for its political image? Can this illegal arm-twisting tactic be used against multinationals that have invested in the state?
PAS is not just a government in Kedah; it is also part of Putrajaya. So, will it try to exert its influence on the federal government, and infringe the fundamental and individual liberties in this country?
In the case of the 4D lottery shop ban in Kedah, I have been confronted with questions like: “Does your religion support gambling?” and “Show me which religion supports gambling?”, and my answer is simple: “It is not about what my religion says is right or wrong, but what law permits me to do or not do. Those who take the moral high ground and say ‘I do not gamble, so the 4D ban is right’ are ignorant of the consequences of allowing this illegal ban.”
PAS may just come up with a regulation to cancel the licences of beer-selling premises tomorrow. There is no need for any business to apply for a licence to sell beer under the law, as it is not covered under any liquor licence. And those sundry shops that are legally in operation may become illegal overnight. PAS may also extend the ban on non-halal food sales at eateries and cancel non-halal restaurants’ licences.