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Close to 10 hands shot up every time an opportunity to ask another question arose, seeking to be called next by the Speaker.
And so for an hour yesterday afternoon, Senior Minister of State for Transport Lam Pin Min faced a barrage of questions from MPs, who sought clarifications on his ministry's latest raft of measures to deal with the issue of personal mobility devices (PMDs).
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