PM Lee and several ministers speak out against alleged racist attack on woman at Choa Chu Kang Drive

PM Lee and several ministers speak out against alleged racist attack on woman at Choa Chu Kang Drive

10/5/2021 6:30:00 PM

PM Lee and several ministers speak out against alleged racist attack on woman at Choa Chu Kang Drive

SINGAPORE — Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and several other ministers took to Facebook on Monday (May 10) night to express their dismay and concern at the case of a man allegedly using racial slurs and kicking a 55-year-old woman, adding that there is no place for racism in Singapore.

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