Manpower Ministry responds to Yahoo! Singapore's report on ex-SMRT bus driver Her Jun Ling's allegations
Responding to various allegations made by ex-SMRT bus driver He Jun Ling and publicised in Yahoo! Singapore,
Acting Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin says his officers had acted professionally in dealing with the petition raised by SMRT bus drivers from China in 2010, and with the illegal strike last November.
In a strongly worded statement today, Mr Tan said the attempts to cast doubts on the Ministry's officers professionalism are unfounded, irresponsible, and contrary to public interest.
The Ministry also took issue with Yahoo! Singapore articles which featured an interview with Her making unsubstantiated claims against MOM officers.
M-O-M said Yahoo! Singapore failed to verify the facts with the Ministry before running the story.
Her had alleged that M-O-M neglected issues raised by a group of SMRT Chinese bus drivers in 2010.
M-O-M said the facts clearly contradict Her's allegations.
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