BY JAMILAH KAMARUDIN
Putrajaya's National Civics Bureau (BTN) should focus on its role on human development, especially among public sector employees and not meddle in the affairs of the Malaysian "indie" music and literature movement, said publisher Faisal Mustaffa said.
The Merpati Jingga managing director said that he was concerned the allegations made by BTN would affect writers and the publishing industry.
"Do not waste taxpayers’ money. There is a lot more BTN needs to do for the sake of human development,” he told The Malaysian Insider.
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