‘Grandparents can play a vital role’


Yeoh (with scarf) trying out Indian snacks at the launch of Great Indian Deepavali Baazar by Caring Moms at Sunway Nexis in Kota Damansara. — Low Boon Tat/The Star

GRANDPARENTS who are still able and fit should extend care for their grandchildren as this would allow parents, especially mothers, to stay in the workforce.

Deputy Women, Family and Community Development Minister Hannah Yeoh suggested this at the launch of the Great Indian Deepavali Baazar by Caring Moms at Sunway Nexis in Kota Damansara.

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