Singer Yasin Sulaiman’s prosecution case has reportedly been maintained under Section 6B (1) (a) of the Dangerous Drugs Act (ADB) of 1952.
According to Deputy Public Prosecutor Mohd Asnawi Abu Hanipah, the charge against Yasin in the Petaling Jaya Sessions Court for growing 17 cannabis trees remains based on a chemical review he obtained yesterday afternoon.
Whereas Ariff Azami Hussein, Yasin’s lawyer, stated that his client had no objections to the implementation and thanked the prosecution for completing the chemical report in a timely manner.
Yasin’s prevailing situation has made headlines once again.
He is seen beaming in a clip posted by Instagram Hlive, and he managed to communicate a message trying to persuade the Malaysian government to remove cannabis from the narcotics list as he was escorted out of the court room.
“Cannabis is not a narcotic, as the entire world is aware. Medical cannabis is legal in 40…