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UPDATED 10.04AM | Lembah Pantai MP Fahmi Fadzil has questioned Health Ministry director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah's advice against Parliament from reopening due to concerns over a potential Covid-19 superspreader event.
Taking to Twitter yesterday, the PKR communications director pointed out that no similar advice was made last week following reports of visits, including by MPs, to Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin's house.
"Where was the concerned advice from @DGHisham when tens of people went back and forth to Muhyiddin's house last week?
"And many of those people also attended Parliament? Selective concern?," asked Fahmi (above).
He was responding to Noor Hisham's warning yesterday that a superspreader event is possible if the special parliamentary sitting was to proceed with its last day this morning.
The sitting has been postponed to a later date due to a "Covid-19 risk".Health Ministry director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah
Noor Hisham further said the advice against reopening Parliament was made as some who tested positive for Covid-19 in Parliament last week were found to be highly infectious.
He said many in Parliament are also senior citizens with comorbidities who are more at risk if infected with Covid-19.
On Thursday, Dewan Rakyat Deputy Speaker Rashid Hasnon adjourned the sitting after confirming four individuals were found positive for Covid-19.
Mass screening of 1,183 individuals in Parliament later found more confirmed positive cases, bringing the total number to 11, from which Noor Hisham yesterday said there were six symptomatic cases with high infectivity.
The sitting on Thursday also saw an initial uproar after Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim brought up an Istana Negara statement with the Yang di-Pertuan Agong's royal rebuke on de facto Law Minister Takiyuddin Hassan's move to inform Parliament that the emergency ordinances were revoked.
Muhyiddin was not in the Dewan Rakyat on Thursday and Singapore's Straits Times, in a report quoting sources, claimed that the prime minister's allies from Parliament later held discussions at his house, including to purportedly advise him to resign.
Responding to the royal rebuke, the Prime Minister's Office defended its decisions, saying that the MPs had acted within the Federal Constitution which also stated that the king must follow the cabinet's advice.Lim Kit Siang
Meanwhile, Iskandar Puteri MP Lim Kit Siang also described Noor Hisham's statement about the superspreader as most unfortunate.
"Where is the evidence? Is it just to frighten the MPs?" the DAP veteran asked.
Lim urged Noor Hisham to prove that his statement was based on medical facts.