We’d like to think that derogatory terms and racial slurs have been disbarred from everyday conversations, yet that doesn’t seem to be the case for this Bersatu leader.
A Pasir Puteh Bersatu vice chairperson in Kelantan has been confirmed to have used a racial slur against national shuttler S Kisona, and has submitted his resignation letter.
The Bersatu leader had questioned the nationality of Kisona and used a racial slur in a Facebook post when commenting on her performance at the Sudirman Cup mixed team championships in Finland.
The Facebook post under the name “Borhan Che Rahim”, used the k-word, a derogatory term used towards Indians.
MIC Youth secretary, Andrew David, lodged a police report on the matter and called for action.
“The racist and hateful remarks undermines efforts to unite the people through sports,” he said.
Badminton Association Malaysia (BAM) also issued a statement saying they had…