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Nstletter, Wee Ka Siong

Public transport can help late night drinkers | New Straits Times

#NSTletter The issue with drunk driving is not with the 'drunk', but with the 'driving'.

25/9/2020 3:58:00 PM

NSTletter The issue with drunk driving is not with the 'drunk', but with the 'driving'.

LETTERS: Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong announced that first-time drunk driving offenders would be slapped with jail time via the Road Transport Act (Amendment) Bill 2020.

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