Ex-sec-gen did not go behind our backs on booze saga – deputy minister

Modified 8 Apr 2020, 12:33 am

EDITOR'S NOTE | The report had previously referred to Hasnol Zam Zam Ahmad as the former Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry secretary-general. He still holds the post. Any error is regretted.

CORONAVIRUS | Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Deputy Minister Rosol Wahid has defended his secretary-general Hasnol Zam Zam Ahmad's over a letter granted to alcohol beverage producer Heineken Malaysia Bhd which went viral on social media.

"There are reports stating that the minister (Alexander Nanta Linggi) and I were not informed about the matter by Hasnol. That is untrue. We knew about it," the PAS lawmaker told Harian Metro...

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