There should be no prejudice in essential services

THE conduct of the police personnel in Kajang, who did not allow a member of the public to lodge a report just because of her attire, is worrisome even if the dress code for government premises is clear.

There should be no place in our essential services, particularly the police, for people with personal prejudices, if this was the case.

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