Dep Women and Family Minister slammed for emphasising syariah-compliant attire for flight attendants

PETALING JAYA: Deputy Women and Family Development Minister Siti Zailah Mohd Yusoff has received flak from politicians and Malaysians for an apparent preoccupation with a shariah-compliant attire policy for female flight attendants.

Many of them are pointing out that there is a need to address bread-and-butter issues, in light of the spill-over from the Covid-19 pandemic before emphasising on a policy to police the attire of female flight attendants.

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