Deputy minister’s ‘two jobs’ idea is too much, say Malaysians


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PETALING JAYA: A deputy minister’s suggestion that Malaysians take on two jobs to cope with rising costs has led to a lot of indignation, with reactions ranging from incredulity to comical.

Fellow Umno MP and Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club chairman Tan Sri Shahrir Abdul Samad was one of those who pooh-poohed Interna­tional Trade and Industry Ministry deputy minister Datuk Ahmad Maslan’s idea.

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