Sekat to present 7 resolutions on Jawi to Education Ministry tomorrow

Alyaa Alhadjri & Fion Yap, Ramieza Wahid


At the end of the National Jawi Congress, some 500 participants and organisers led by NGO Seni Khat Action Team (Sekat) adopted seven resolutions which would be handed over to the Education Ministry tomorrow.

Top of the list was the congress' objection to the compulsory introduction of Jawi lessons without prior consultation and their call for Jawi to be made an elective subject, rather than incorporated into the Year 4 Bahasa Malaysia syllabus beginning next year...

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