Penang CM moots bipartisan panel after aid to schools becomes 'hot' topic in state assembly

  • Nation
  • Friday, 03 Dec 2021

GEORGE TOWN: After a heated exchange in the Penang state assembly over elected representatives handing aid to schools, Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow has suggested a bipartisan committee to look into the matter.

He asked state education committee chairman Dr P. Ramasamy, who is Deputy Chief Minister II, to discuss the issue with the state Education Department.

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