Progress Singapore Party suspends member behind religiously offensive Facebook post

Technology consultant Jan Chan said he did not have any malicious intent and regrets making the post on a Facebook page he ran, NUS Atheist Society.
Technology consultant Jan Chan said he did not have any malicious intent and regrets making the post on a Facebook page he ran, NUS Atheist Society.PHOTO: JAN CHAN/FACEBOOK

SINGAPORE - The person behind an offensive Facebook post being investigated by the police has been identified as a member of the Progress Singapore Party (PSP) and was suspended by the party on Saturday (March 21) morning.

In a phone interview with The Straits Times on Saturday, technology consultant Jan Chan, 30, said he did not have any malicious intent and regrets making the post on a Facebook page he ran, NUS Atheist Society.

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