Focus on Covid-19, not airline uniforms, deputy minister told


SM Amin

The deputy women and family development minister is slammed for declaring her commitment to the fight for shariah-compliant attire for flight attendants as Covid-19 deals a huge blow to the aviation industry. – AFP pic, March 15, 2020.

A UNION has told Siti Zailah Mohd Yusoff to stop worrying about cabin crew attire, and instead, think of ways to help them overcome the impact of Covid-19 on the aviation industry.

National Union of Flight Attendants (Nufam) president Ismail Nasaruddin said there are several matters concerning airline staff that the new government should prioritise, especially with regard to their well-being over the past two months.


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  • Shows the lack of quality in PAS ministers isnt it? With people like Siti Zailah involved in leading the country, surely we are on the way to damnation.

    Posted 2 years ago by Rupert Lum

  • What you expect from a PAS minister ? A party that accept corruption and drive Mercedes Benzs

    Posted 2 years ago by Chai Hin Goh

    • blame aa for this govt

      Posted 2 years ago by . .

  • a sign of idiotic fr this new govt...

    Posted 2 years ago by . .

  • Siti Zailah get your PRIORITIES RIGHT FIRST B4 u call yourself a Minister or Monster whatever. Spore is ahead bcoz they dont hv moron or monster like u in cabinet

    Posted 2 years ago by Lucky Boy

  • Unfortunately these are cold facts of how those religious right wing politicians focus only upon moral policing. It is prevalent all over the world by the same type of politicians. Sad that we lost the opportunity to reach great heights as a nation. The nonmalays have to slowly accept the fact that they will always face great resistance to be accepted as equals on the Malaysian stage, and probably have to find greener and fairer pastures elsewhere, without these politically fearful polemics. Disheartening.

    Posted 2 years ago by G.Selva Ganeson

  • http://english.alarabiya.net/en/business/aviation-and-transport/2016/04/15/How-it-all-went-wrong-for-Malaysia-s-halal-airline-.html

    Posted 2 years ago by Kinetica Cho

  • Last time Malaysia launched a halal airline in 3016 it went bust in six months cos of cash flow issue . Ie not enough bums on seat! Looks like our erstwhile PAS deputy minister wants to put the final nail into MAS coffin.

    Posted 2 years ago by Kinetica Cho