I READ with interest the front-page report "Stubborn smokers" (NST, March 30). I have often sent complaint letters on this issue to the public complaints bureau and have even gone to health departments to complain. However, I've been given excuses on why it is not possible to enforce the anti-smoking law.
I understand that several million ringgit was spent on the government's "Tak Nak" campaign.
Why spend so much if you cannot carry out the programme?
Why have anti-smoking laws when you don't or can't enforce them?
I hope the smoking campaign is not a "Tak Nak di enforced" campaign.