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[Watch] Concert In Johor Goes Viral, Netizens Ask Why Double Standard For Mosques

[Watch] Concert In Johor Goes Viral, Netizens Ask Why Double Standard For Mosques

Netizens question why those who want to pray to God are told to accept restrictions.

Fernando Fong

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Life as we know it has changed thanks to Covid-19.

Change can be challenging even when times are good, let alone in a pandemic that has had a profound impact on our world and cost millions their lives. 

As the situation on Covid-19 is constantly evolving, people had to live with ever-changing standard operating procedures (SOPs).

Even more unfortunate is the fact that the authorities have been accused of double standards in enforcing Covid-19 curbs. 

A case in point is a recent concert in Johor which had gone viral on social media.

@seragamhitam_

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Concertgoers Ignored SOP

Despite entering the third year of the pandemic, there are still those who take SOPs lightly such as the concertgoers in the video.

It is understood that the concert had taken place in Angsana, Johor Bharu.

Rela personnel were present to ensure that concertgoers to ensure they scan the MySejahtera application.

But during the concert, concertgoers were seen dancing while seemingly oblivious to the need for social distancing and the Rela personnel did nothing the whole time.

Netizens Go To Town Exposing The Double Standard

Netizens are angry and upset with the concertgoers’ attitude.

But their anger is more than just the concert, as it’s already hard to keep count of the number of similar incidents.

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At the same time, netizens questioned the strict SOPs for people who want to pray in a mosque or surau.

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The decision, which applies to mosques in Selangor, was implemented with consent from Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah Al-Haj.

The decision was to prevent Covid-19 infection after seeking advice from the Selangor State Health Department, following the latest pandemic developments in the state.

Unfortunately, the decision had not been well received by some, with others being blamed instead including Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin.

@ceomedia7 SOP Masjid / agama adalah tanggungjawab negeri. Selangor kuasa Sultan & JAIS. Mengapa nak marah @khairykj @kkmputrajaya ♬ suara asli – Valdy Nyonk official

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