Orang Asli rep cries foul over scant details on birth control pills

Anne Muhammad


Representatives from five Orang Asli villages submitted a memorandum to the government at Parliament today on, among others, complaints about the supply of birth control pills to the community without sufficient details.

Anjang Aluej, one of the representatives from Kampung Sungai Papan, urged the Health Ministry to stop providing such pills without clearly explaining to the community what they were for.

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