E-hailing drivers sue Grab, Transport Ministry over workers' rights


KUALA LUMPUR: An e-hailing drivers' group has issued a letter of demand to the Transport Ministry and e-hailing operator Grab, claiming they lack workers' rights.

Campaign to Protect the Rights of E-hailing Drivers in Malaysia spokesperson Ng Kian Nam said they had several demands.

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