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I'm hurt but I can still fight

March 17, 2012 - 11:22pm

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TNP PHOTO: Gavin Foo

She became the subject of intense scrutiny and criticism after the disruption in train services last December.

In an exclusive interview with The New Paper on Sunday, Ms Saw Phaik Hwa, the ex-chief of rail operator SMRT says resigning was her own choice.

The 57-year-old, whose last day at the company is April 5, says the decision was a difficult but necessary one.

She also addresses other controversies surrounding her, including a photo of her seated on a sedan chair which went viral, as well as a comment that implied Singapore trains are not crowded.

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