There’s no doubt that Nur Sajat’s ongoing drama involving her recent umrah trip won’t be subsiding anytime soon. Do y’all agree?
A lot of Malaysians – ranging from netizens, politicians and even religious scholars – have questioned and even slammed the famed transsexual figure for portraying a bad image of a Muslim. She even apologised as a result of the massive backlash.
In a recent interview with Harian Metro, Sajat shared that she’s more than prepared to cooperate with Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM) in order to find a solution in regards to her real gender identity.
According to the 35-year-old, she has tried to resolve the matter with the authorities. However, they claimed that this case is classified as high profile, much to Sajat’s disappointment. Following the recent issue, Sajat hopes that the department will provide a clear and detailed guidance for her.
“All this time, I didn’t want to make medical reports as requested. But they (JAKIM) advised me to go to the hospital without any supporting documents. If JAKIM really wanted to help, they should’ve issued an official letter and informed me on who should I consult to,” said Sajat.
Sajat also requested that this issue can reach its conclusion as soon as possible, with her mom and dad still around, saying, “My parents have been cooperating well since I was born. Now, I have to bear this consequences all alone. I’ve also been fooled before.” She added by assuring that, “Only my parents can confirm who I am. Not anyone else.”
Despite Sajat’s recent statement, Datuk Seri Dr. Mujahid Yusof clarified that the controversy involving the “Makhluk Penggoda” singer was just a minor one. The minister in the Prime Minister’s Department even refused to give any further comments on the ongoing drama.
In case y’all missed it, he was the one who boasted on taking strict actions against Sajat previously.
Source: Harian Metro.