MCI Singapore Hari Raya Video Viral And Leaked Online On Internet Watch Here- The Ministry of Communications and Information of Singapore Hari Raya Video has been trending on the internet. The video was taken down by the Singapore government after it received a lot of criticism online. According to the latest report, the MCI said it had taken down or deleted Hari Raya videos in order “avoid controversy” during the festival period. This was after an online backlash that the video stereotyped the Malay community and hurt their sentiments. CNA asked MCI for clarifications on Sunday, May 1, 2022. A spokesperson said that the ministry had received feedback from the public regarding the video, Messages For Syawal.
MCI Singapore Hari Raya Video
It’s available in Malay with English subtitles. According to the ministry, “The video is about the journey of a family that has overcome difficult circumstances and how mutual support can nurture this process.” We are aware that any creative work has its own unique takeaways. Although most Muslim/Malay viewers, including those who saw it before its release, found the story very touching, others expressed reservations. MCI added that Hari Raya should be a time to remember what binds us as communities. We decided to remove the video to avoid any controversy or argument.” The MCI didn’t say when the video was removed from the internet, nor how many people had seen it.
This 2 1/2-minute video was posted on several Gov.sg social media channels before Hari Raya Puasa on Tuesday, 3 May 2022. The video showed a Malay family in financial difficulty. It was also posted to the Our Tampine Hub Facebook page on 28 April 2022. The video was described as an “inspirational story based upon the theme of Social Mobility and embedded with poetic and familiar Malay proverbs.” According to the description of the video: “The message is focused on helping tenants progress towards homeownership, education support (Uplift), and the importance of dual-earning households while weaving in values such determination and resilience.” Follow For More Update Yemfoundation.org
Johan Jaafar, a veteran actor, plays the father. His wife is a housemaker and he works as a mover. Syawal, his young son is embarrassed to invite his friends to the rental apartment of the family. Later, the son skips the school to help distribute flyers and make extra money. His mother learns about the situation and decides to return to work. Her father then takes a new job. You will also see many government schemes in the video, such as the Uplift program to help students from low-income backgrounds stay in school and grants to assist tenants in renting a Housing Board apartment.