Minister of Law and Home Affairs shares unpleasant post from MP colleague on Nee Soon GRC



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The Minister of Justice and Home Affairs received criticism from netizens after he shared an unpleasant post from Nee Soon GRC's colleague, Dr. Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, on June 17 (Monday).

If you do not know, Dr. Faishal, who is also the Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Social and Family Development and Education, went to his Facebook last Sunday to wish everyone Happy Father's Day.

Along with his wish, he also condemned the Secretary-General of the Workers' Party, Pritam Singh, for his "very infrequent" visit to Nee Soon last year.

It appears the opposition leader visited Dr. Faishal's constituency as the latter greeted and handed Father's Day cards to residents on Sunday.

While bumping into Mr. Singh, Dr. Faishal greeted him and wrote in his post that he last saw the man at Nee Soon last November, and before that in February 2018.

When reading his post, many netizens hammered him for his "classless" and "treason" caption by insulting Mr. Singh by visiting his constituency instead of thanking him.

In response to this, Mr. Singh calmly replied and wished him Happy Father's Day, without acknowledging his criticism.

On the other hand, Shanmugam also shared Dr. Faishal's post on his Facebook without including any additional captions.

Again, this did not work very well with online users, as they criticized him for sharing an unpleasant post. They questioned the intention of Mr. Shanmugam, who is a senior minister, to share this post that is "cheap and nasty". They also condemned his move to continue this drama when he should have put an end to it.

Jennifer Lee then asked when was the last time that Mr. Shanmugam "walked through the gardens of the Bedok reservoir to talk to the residents there." On the other hand, Justin Lee noted that he had never seen the Minister before personally, indicating his lack of presence to meet the residents.

Tom Pereira praised Mr. Singh as others are threatened by him, stating that some people (Dr. Faishal and Shanmugam) are "overly concerned about their presence and take time to make sarcastic posts that show how people feel threatened and how the others down and share these poles. "As such, he suggested to the Minister of Law that he examine his own constituency before choosing others.

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