Dress code ruling draws flak


  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 07 Jan 2004

PETALING JAYA: The Terengganu PAS government’s decision to restrict what non-Muslim women could wear during working hours has stirred up a storm of reactions from social groups and political leaders as well as the public. 

Sisters in Islam programme manager Masjaliza Hamzah said punitive measures would not bring about a more pious society. 

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