First they voiced desire to implement it, now they took it back along with its official statement on the state government’s website.
Today,the Mentri Besar Datuk Ahmad Razif Abd Rahman said there are no plans to impose a dress code on tourists visiting Terengganu,
He said there had not been any plans nor any discussion on the matter, adding that existing laws were sufficient to deal with indecent dressing.
“No, we did not have any discussion. I was surprised myself when the issue became viral.
“I have spoken to the exco chairman who announced it and it seems to be a misunderstanding. We do not intend to enforce such rules on tourists.
“If someone dresses indecently, there are existing laws to deal with it, and the government does not intend to introduce new rules,” said Ahmad Razif at a press conference here Monday.
State Tourism and Cultural Affairs exco chairman Datuk Mohd Jidin Shafee was quoted on state government portal www.teganukita.com saying the state would issue guidelines on attire for tourists, especially females.
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