BFM presenter apologises, says hudud video about politics not religion

PETALING JAYA: BFM presenter Aisyah Tajuddin (pic) has apologised over a video questioning hudud which caused a huge uproar after it went viral on social media.

She stated that the objective of the video was to question the priorities of the PAS-led Kelantan state government and not to insult Islam.

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