Concerns raised over ministry meetings during MCO

Yasmin Ramlan

Modified 26 Mar 2020, 11:35 am

CORONAVIRUS | At a time when Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin himself had appealed on prime time television for all Malaysians to stay at home, concerns have been raised against several ministries that purportedly continued to hold physical meetings in Putrajaya.

A civil servant who declined to be named claimed there were "many" colleagues still made to work in the office despite the movement control order (MCO).

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