"The appointment is in compliance with all regulations," he told a media conference at the launch of the ministry's Orang Asli Teeth Icon programme (iGG-OA) here Thursday (July 11).
The appointment of Rania Zara Medina, a former transgender beauty pageant winner, created a stir after various quarters including social media users objected to it.
The statement said the community representatives were chosen from the targeted groups and were confirmed through appointment letters issued by the CCM chairman.Read more: The Star
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