Unbiased views assured from task force findings, says minister


PUTRAJAYA: Members of the task force looking into the public health sector’s work culture are independent and will not be prejudiced in their findings, says Khairy Jamaluddin.

The Health Minister noted that claims of the newly established healthcare work and culture improvement task force (HWCTIF) being not inclusive should not arise.

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