Malaysians relieve Nur Sajat accepted in Australia under asylum

by | Oct 21, 2021 | THE GRAPEVINE | 0 comments

Nur Sajat who was wanted by the local authorities has been granted asylum in Australia, much to the relief of Malaysians.

The transgender entrepreneur was being witched hunt for cross-dressing as it is deemed as an insult to Islam.

Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director at Human Rights Watch assured that the businesswoman was accepted for asylum and claimed, “she is now safe.”

The prolonged issue had been on the minds of Malaysians as they see the witch hunt as a violation of human rights.

Shalini Sivapragasam was disgusted that the Malaysian police are still trying to track her down.

“They have accepted her asylum application which means they see that she has done nothing wrong and requires protection,” she said.

Darren Tan congratulated Nur Sajat and hoped that she enjoys her new life.

He advised that the authorities should use their time and resources to hunt down Jho Low instead, a wanted fugitive for misappropriation of money.

Nur Sajat in her recent social media live stream said that she chose Australia because they respect human rights.

She also insisted that she is no longer interested to return to Malaysia and posted an image with the picture of the Australian flag.