Pas Youth chief says there is ‘double standard’ over Ramasamy’s statement

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NURFARDLINA IZZATI MOKTAR
12 Feb 2023 04:00pm
Pas Youth chief Ahmad Fadhli Shaari criticises the “double standard” attitude in the country after no action was taken over Penang Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P. Ramasamy's controversial statement on the public service sector and Malays.
Pas Youth chief Ahmad Fadhli Shaari criticises the “double standard” attitude in the country after no action was taken over Penang Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P. Ramasamy's controversial statement on the public service sector and Malays.
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SHAH ALAM - Pas Youth chief Ahmad Fadhli Shaari criticises the “double standard” attitude in the country after no action was taken over Penang Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P. Ramasamy's controversial statement on the public service sector and Malays.

Fadhli also made a comparison between Ramasamy and national hockey player Hanis Nadiah Onn when she was suspended for making a remark deemed as racist while no action was taken against a politician like Ramasamy.

“That is clear double standards in the country. An athlete was making a joke was labeled racist and suspended.

“Another one, a Deputy Chief Minister who issued a comment portraying Malays as being “too dominant” in the public sector was maintained his position,” he said in a Facebook post, today.

Fadhli said all parties should open their eyes to evaluate the situation at hand.

Ramasamy previously urged Anwar to reform the civil service, saying that the sector was currently dominated by the Malays and it was implemented during former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s era.

He said the old argument in favour of the Malays to balance the economic dominance of the Chinese was no longer applicable.

Ramasamy claimed that Dr Mahathir used this to institutionalise Malay hegemony in the public sector especially public services.

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He claimed that there was a discrimination of race in secret when it involved the promotion of non-Malays in the public service sector.