Maszlee’s decision queried


Dr Maszlee Malik

SERDANG: A day after groups in Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) came out in support of Dr Maszlee Malik’s decision to shorten Datuk Seri Diraja Syed Razlan Syed Putra Jamalullail’s tenure as the university’s board chairman, an alumni association claims that the Education Minister may have been “given the wrong advice”.

Calling for Syed Razlan to be reinstated, UPM Alumni Association president Datuk Raihan Sharif said they believed Maszlee might have been wrongly advised, leading to this decision on the matter.

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