The Indonesian lottery is a popular game in the country with a rich heritage and culture. However, the country has strict rules for gambling and if you are caught playing it in private, you will be punished by the government. In some cases, gamblers are even caned in front of other people. This is to make sure that they never indulge in the same thing again. This practice is considered very cruel and the gamblers usually end up committing suicide after being caned. The game is a popular one among the locals and it is played in various ways. Some of the players play it by visiting a local retailer while others prefer to play it online.
Jakarta– The Indonesian state-sponsored lottery has come under fire from the country’s Muslims, who argue that it is a form of gambling, which is forbidden by both religion and the nation’s laws. The upcoming draw has provoked protests in several cities, including Jakarta, where hundreds of Muslim students recently gathered outside the ministry of social affairs. The government has not yet decided whether to abolish the lottery.
A 22-year-old Indonesian man in Taiwan has won NT$1 million ($34,270) in a lottery scratch-off game. He purchased a ticket at a shop on Dongmen Street in Hsinchu City’s East District last month. He was visiting the city for a business trip. He did not want to be identified and his winnings were not disclosed.