BFM: NGOs' report against staff filled with inaccuracies, not related to Reza Aslan


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  • Friday, 19 Dec 2014

Instead, the report made at the Dang Wangi police headquarters is aimed at programmes aired by BFM 89.9 on two separate occasions last Friday, which the NGOs claimed were insulting and seditious.

“It was alleged that presenter Sharaad Kuttan, between 0700 and 0800 hours of 12th December, 2014, had discussed issues relating to the usage of the word 'Allah’, “daging korban dan isu hak orang Melayu”, (sacrificial meat and the rights of Malays)” said BFM managing director Malek Ali in a statement Friday.

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