Deal with disabled exclusively, says group


MPSJ has improved infrastructure for disabled pedestrians, including six pedestrian crossings, in Taipan USJ. — Filepic

A LAW reform group is calling for the setting up of a national commission to champion the rights of disabled persons.

Harapan OKU Reform Group claims that the Persons With Disabilities (PWD) Act gazetted in 2008 was weak.

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