Dzulkefly Internal inquiry set up to probe Orang Asli claims of forced

first_img Nation 11 Jul 2019 Health Ministry: Back up allegations of forced birth control with evidence Nation 11 Jul 2019 Waytha: Govt will probe allegations birth control forced on Orang Asli Tags / Keywords: Related News KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry has set up an internal inquiry to investigate the allegations that Orang Asli women were given birth control treatment without their consent, says Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad. Nation 2d ago Birth control injections given to protect Orang Asli women from unsafe pregnancies, says Health Ministercenter_img Related News The Health Minister said that that the inquiry was set up a couple of days ago and would be led by a family medicine specialist and the panel would include a matron, staff nurses and doctors.”The inquiry will have three terms of reference – to investigate if the allegations are valid or baseless, to identify the weaknesses in family planning programme delivery to the Orang Asli and to propose improved delivery of the family planning programme,” Dzulkefly told the press after launching the World Food Safety Day on Saturday (July 13).On Tuesday (July 9), representatives from five Orang Asli villages submitted a memorandum to the government at the Parliament building here, claiming that birth control injections were administered to women in their communities. Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad , Orang Asli , birth control {{category}} {{time}} {{title}}last_img