More to 'Interlok' than 'offensive words'

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MP SPEAKS The return of ‘Interlok’ is certainly not the right way to start the process of national reconciliation.

In response to the controversial novel being made into a television drama serial funded by the government, Communications and Multimedia Minister Ahmad Shabery Cheek has said that there should not be any problems because the drama will not involve any contentious words.

He was quoted as saying that the issue with ‘Interlok’ is with certain words being used, and not the storyline or theme.

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