"I haven't seen it ('Undilah' video), but it's not banned,"
A content committee under his ministry had been tasked with analysing the video. The committee should be finalising its recommendations with input from the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) in the coming week.
"We should not be too sensitive. As one of the actors in the video, I was only singing. I didn't even say a word. This is just to promote and encourage youngsters to register as voters and to vote," … no one should use the "mindset of the 1950s" to judge people.
"I think we have conceded a lot of ground on this issue and I think the whole business of MCMC's confused reaction with regards to this is very damaging to us. I think we should just let it go." … the matter has been blown "completely out of proportion", adding that he did not understand what the fuss was all about as there were also many Barisan Nasional members of parliament in the video.
at one point in the clip, a man dressed as Star Wars’ character “Jabba the Hutt” is seen standing next to a poster of Datuk Seri Najib Razak, a scene that appeared to mock the prime minister. “There are some elements that ridicule the establishment,”