Should MIC demand?


(ODS: Note: This Article nothing to do with race issue. This article is written discussing MIC’s performance)

This news was out today, stating MIC is considering pulling out some of their ministers as a protest towards DS Najib over “lack of importance” accorded to Indian Community. The news is from the Star, and the report is as follows:

MIC considers pulling out of Cabinet in protest

By A. LETCHUMANAN

KUALA LUMPUR: The MIC is studying a proposal for the party to withdraw its one minister and two deputy ministers from the Government as a protest over the lack of importance accorded to the Indian community, said a senior party official.

The official, who refused to be named, said the proposal was drawn up at a meeting of top party officials on Friday.

“The proposal will be tabled in the party’s central working committee meeting on Thursday where it is expected to be endorsed,” he said.

MIC’s main representative in the new Cabinet is Datuk Dr S. Subramaniam who was reappointed as the Human Resources Minister. The party also has two deputy ministers – Datuk M. Saravanan (Federal Territories Ministry) and Datuk S.K. Devamany (Prime Minister’s Department).

“The MIC as the third largest component member in the Barisan Nasional had not been given due respect or accorded the deserving treatment by the new government.

“However, even if we do withdraw our representatives, MIC will remain in Barisan but would concentrate on uniting the Indian community,” added the official.

He said party members were unhappy that their request for a senior ministerial portfolio had not been accepted despite repeated appeals.

“MIC had requested for the Works Ministry portfolio – a post held by party president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu until he lost the Sungai Siput parliamentary seat in the last general election,” he said, adding that former MIC president, the late Tan Sri V. Manickavasagam had held the Transport Ministry portfolio.

He said the Human Resources Minister is considered a junior post in Cabinet, adding that the MIC was disappointed that other component parties were given more and better positions.

When contacted, Subramaniam, who is MIC secretary-general, said he had not heard of such a move.

“Decisions on any matter concerning the party have always been discussed with the party president in the Central Working Committee.

“If there are differences within Barisan, it will be discussed behind closed doors and resolved amicably.”

The question is, should MIC demand for more?

I am in no doubt that MIC represents the 3rd largest community in Malaysia. Indian community’s voice are as important as others. However, considering MIC last performance and current performance among other BN components, should they get more, when other components provide better results for Barisan?

(ODS Note: I am stressing once again, Indian community’s voice is important, but we are talking about MIC’s performance as a political party representing Indian Community.)

The results of last GE can be viewed at http://semak.spr.gov.my. I assume that we can easily identify from which party component the candidate is/was by way of their name. These are the few names that I can identified coming from MIC for the last GE. In the event I am found wrong, I stand corrected. Here are some which has been identified:

P.14-MERBOK N.25 – BUKIT SELAMBAU KRISHNAN A/L SUBRAMANIAM BN 10,863  
  ARUMUGAM A/L VENGATARAKOO BEBAS 13,225 MNG
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 34,977  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 1,694  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 25,798  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 16  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 73.76%  
MAJORITI : 2,362
P.43-BAGAN N.9 – BAGAN DALAM TANASEKHARAN A/L AUTHERAPADY DAP 7,601 MNG
  SUBBAIYAH A/L PALANIAPPAN BN 4,669  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 17,194  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 291  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 12,584  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 23  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 73.19%  
MAJORITI : 2,932
P.46-BATU KAWAN N.16 – PERAI P.RAMASAMY A/L PALANISAMY DAP 7,668 MNG
  ULAGANATHAN A/L K.A.P RAMASAMY BEBAS 311 HD
  KRISHNAN A/L LETCHUMANAN BN 2,492  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 14,175  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 180  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 10,651  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 0  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 75.14%  
MAJORITI : 5,176  
P.62-SUNGAI SIPUT S. SAMY VELLU A/L SANGALIMUTHU BN 14,637  
  NOR RIZAN BIN OON BEBAS 864 HD
  MICHAEL JEYAKUMAR DEVARAJ PKR 16,458 MNG
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 47,424  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 1,001  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 33,154  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 194  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 69.91%  
MAJORITI : 1,821
P.72-TAPAH SARAVANAN A/L MURUGAN BN 14,084 MNG
  TAN SENG TOH PKR 11,064  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 38,236  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 1,662  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 26,811  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 1  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 70.12%  
MAJORITI : 3,020  
P.74-LUMUT N.51 – PASIR PANJANG VASAN A/L P. SINNADURAI BN 7,520  
  MOHAMMAD NIZAR BIN JAMALUDDIN PAS 11,994 MNG
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 26,557  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 409  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 20,188  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 265  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 76.02%  
MAJORITI : 4,474  
P.75-BAGAN DATOK N.54 – HUTAN MELINTANG KESAVAN A/L SUBRAMANIAM PKR 7,804 MNG
  THANGASVARI A/P SUPPIAH BN 6,083  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 20,758  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 636  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 14,556  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 33  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 70.12%  
MAJORITI : 1,721  
P.77-TANJONG MALIM N.57 – SUNGKAI SIVANESAN A/L ACHALINGAM DAP 6,323 MNG
  VEERASINGAM A/L SUPPIAH BN 4,869  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 17,290  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 485  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 11,719  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 42  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 67.78%  
MAJORITI : 1,454
P.77-TANJONG MALIM N.59 – BEHRANG JAMALUDDIN BIN MOHD RADZI PKR 6,771 MNG
  RAMASAMY A/L MUTHUSAMY BN 5,744  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 18,552  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 512  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 13,067  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 40  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 70.43%  
MAJORITI : 1,027  
P.89-BENTONG N.35 – SABAI DAVENDRAN A/L MURTHY BN 3,304 MNG
  KAMACHE A/P A DORAY RAJOO DAP 3,159  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 9,486  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 236  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 6,716  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 17  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 70.80%  
MAJORITI : 145
P.78-CAMERON HIGHLANDS DEVAMANY A/L S. KRISHNASAMY BN 9,164 MNG
  APALASAMY A/L JATALIAH DAP 6,047  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 23,461  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 1,186  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 16,456  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 59  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 70.14%  
MAJORITI : 3,117
P.94-HULU SELANGOR PALANIVEL A/L K. GOVINDASAMY BN 22,979  
  ZAINAL ABIDIN BIN AHMAD PKR 23,177 MNG
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 63,593  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 1,466  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 47,845  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 223  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 75.24%  
MAJORITI : 198
P.107-SUBANG MURUGESAN A/L SINNANDAVAR BN 28,315  
  SIVARASA A/L K. RAJIAH PKR 35,024 MNG
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 84,414  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 2,079  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 65,861  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 443  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 78.02%  
MAJORITI : 6,709
P.109-KAPAR MANIKAVASAGAM A/L SUNDARAM PKR 48,196 MNG
  KOMALA DEVI A/P M PERUMAL BN 35,899  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 112,224  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 3,064  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 87,644  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 485  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 78.10%  
MAJORITI : 12,297
P.111-KOTA RAJA S.VIGNESWARAN A/L M. SANASEE BN 17,879  
  SITI MARIAH BINTI MAHMUD PAS 38,630 MNG
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 71,887  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 814  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 57,323  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 0  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 79.75%  
MAJORITI : 20,751  
P.96-KUALA SELANGOR N.10 – BUKIT MELAWATI PARTHIBAN A/L KARUPPIAH BN 4,444  
  MUTHIAH A/L MARIA PILLAY PKR 4,741 MNG
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 12,897  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 484  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 9,707  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 38  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 75.27%  
MAJORITI : 297  
P.111-KOTA RAJA N.49 – SERI ANDALAS KAMALAM A/P ANNASAMY BN 10,055  
  XAVIER JAYAKUMAR A/L ARULANANDAM PKR 20,258 MNG
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 38,833  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 725  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 31,039  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 1  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 79.93%  
MAJORITI : 10,203
P.127-JEMPOL N.7 – JERAM PADANG MANOHARAN A/L K.KANNAN PKR 2,377  
  MOGAN A/L VELAYATHAM BN 4,185 MNG
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 9,960  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 283  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 6,845  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 0  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 68.72%  
MAJORITI : 1,808
P.132-TELOK KEMANG N.33 – PORT DICKSON JEEVA KUMAR A/L MARIMUTHU BEBAS 196 HD
  RAJAGOPALU A/L THAMOTHARAPILLAY BN 3,742  
  RAVI A/L MUNUSAMY PKR 4,475 MNG
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 11,848  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 177  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 8,617  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 27  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 72.73%  
MAJORITI : 733  
P.132-TELOK KEMANG SOTHINATHAN A/L SIENA GOUNDAR BN 20,544  
  MOHD RASHID BIN ARSHAD BEBAS 601 HD
  KAMARUL BAHARIN BIN ABBAS PKR 23,348 MNG
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 60,186  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 1,299  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 46,613  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 821  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 77.45%  
MAJORITI : 2,804  
P.135-ALOR GAJAH N.10 – ASAHAN PERUMAL A/L RAJU BN 5,950 MNG
  AMDAN BIN SUDIN PAS 3,772  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 13,125  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 301  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 10,039  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 16  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 76.49%  
MAJORITI : 2,178
P.144-LEDANG N.9 – GAMBIR M ASOJAN A/L MUNIYANDY BN 8,190 MNG
  KASIM BIN IBRAHIM PAS 5,727  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 18,724  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 499  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 14,434  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 18  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 77.09%  
MAJORITI : 2,463  
P.153-SEMBRONG N.31 – KAHANG VIDYANANTHAN A/L RAMANADHAN BN 9,272 MNG
  ABDUL HALIM BIN MOHAMAD DAWAM PKR 3,948  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 17,097  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 386  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 13,648  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 42  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 79.83%  
MAJORITI : 5,324  
P.154-MERSING N.33 – TENGGAROH SHAHAR BIN ABDULLAH PAS 3,556  
  MURUKASVARY A/P S.THANARAJAN BN 11,789 MNG
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 20,176  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 527  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 15,999  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 127  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 79.30%  
MAJORITI : 8,233  
P.140-SEGAMAT SUBRAMANIAM A/L K.V. SATHASIVAM BN 15,921 MNG
  PANG HOK LIONG DAP 12,930  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 40,708  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 847  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 29,699  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 1  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 72.96%  
MAJORITI : 2,991  

 

Please also consider this for a fair comparison whether MIC performed or not:

P.17-PADANG SERAI GOBALAKRISHNAN A/L NAGAPAN PKR 28,774 MNG
  BOEY CHIN GAN BN 17,036  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 59,218  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 1,259  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 47,124  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 55  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 79.58%  
MAJORITI : 11,738
P.50-JELUTONG N.29 – DATOK KERAMAT ONG THEAN LYE BN 6,140  
  SHAHUL HAMEED BIN M.K.MOHAMED ISHACK BEBAS 0
  JAGDEEP SINGH DEO A/L KARPAL SINGH DAP 7,995 MNG
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 19,588  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 308  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 14,444  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 1  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 73.74%  
MAJORITI : 1,855  
P.51-BUKIT GELUGOR N.32 – SERI DELIMA SANISVARA NETHAJI RAYER A/L RAJAJI DAP 8,402 MNG
  LOH NAM HOOI BN 6,274  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 20,510  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 217  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 14,915  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 22  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 72.72%  
MAJORITI : 2,128
P.52-BAYAN BARU N.35 – BATU UBAN RAVEENTHARAN A/L V.SUBRAMANIAM PKR 8,046 MNG
  GOH KHENG SNEAH BN 7,435  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 21,483  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 285  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 16,214  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 448  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 75.47%  
MAJORITI : 611  
P.46-BATU KAWAN P.RAMASAMY A/L PALANISAMY DAP 23,067 MNG
  KOH TSU KOON BN 13,582  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 47,378  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 640  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 37,292  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 3  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 78.71%  
MAJORITI : 9,485  
P.65-IPOH BARAT YIK PHOOI HONG BN 17,042  
  M.KULASEGARAN A/L V.MURUGESON DAP 32,576 MNG
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 69,773  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 829  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 50,641  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 194  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 72.58%  
MAJORITI : 15,534  
P.76-TELOK INTAN MAH SIEW KEONG BN 17,016  
  MANOGARAN A/L MARIMUTHU DAP 18,486 MNG
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 52,354  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 1,153  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 36,739  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 84  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 70.17%  
MAJORITI : 1,470
P.66-BATU GAJAH N.33 – TRONOH LEE KIM CHOY BN 6,731  
  SIVAKUMAR A/L VARATHARAJU NAIDU DAP 9,302 MNG
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 24,103  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 340  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 16,446  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 73  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 68.23%  
MAJORITI : 2,571  
P.110-KLANG N.48 – KOTA ALAM SHAH MANOHARAN A/L MALAYALAM DAP 12,699 MNG
  CHING SU CHEN BN 5,515  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 24,168  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 211  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 18,471  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 46  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 76.43%  
MAJORITI : 7,184  
P.133-TAMPIN N.36 – REPAH VEERAPAN A/L SUPERAMANIAM DAP 5,977 MNG
  YAP SEONG FOOK BN 5,424  
 
JUMLAH PEMILIH : 15,819  
KERTAS UNDI DITOLAK : 441  
KERTAS UNDI DIKELUARKAN : 11,842  
KERTAS UNDI TIDAK DIKEMBALIKAN : 0  
PERATUSAN PENGUNDIAN : 74.86%  
MAJORITI : 553  

 

With all these results, we can see how MIC has performed in the last GE. Without denying that there are some from Indian Community voted for Barisan, and without denying some from other community voted for MICs’ candidates.

There are some wins, and I congratulate them for that, but there are some winning seats from East Malaysia which I believe they deserve something too. So, by objective and performance (and by way of DS Najib has put by having assessments every 6 months), I opine that ALL should do their work accordingly, not asking for perks but not contributing by result (considering ALL parties work equally hard and smart).

Which, in a way, I agree with the sound of MCA is doing, monitor their ministers KPI, so that the result hopefully will contribute for the betterment of Malaysia.

Question on the street: Should MIC demand for more, when others are performing better and moving forward to make Malaysia a better place?

5 thoughts on “Should MIC demand?

  1. Salam ODS,

    Worry you not my friend since KJ is now engaging the Indian. That’s what I read in Rembau Times.

    HINDRAF played an important role to swing the Indians vote to PAKATAN. Though their demands were inconcievable, they succeeded in making such a big fuss out of nothing, the kind of scenes you see in Tamil movie. The kind of political exhibition that Anwar liked very much.

    The problems with MIC arised from the old general himself, and sadly he still looks defiant.

    Wassalam.

    ODS: Salam Mr Singh.

    That’s one of the things that I’m worried about and glad about. Worried part is, MIC and some being pampered. Follow their demand or else something will happen.

    The glad part is, if really UMNO and Barisan really looking into it, the idea of One Malaysia can be achieved. That should also shows that UMNO is not only concerns about the Malays, but think of others in making Malaysia a better place.

    Only that, are they willing to give in to the idea of harmonious Malaysia? Should MIC also work hard for One Malaysia instead for asking perks?

  2. Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan said the five by-elections had “swallowed” so much of the police’s funds they were forced to adjust their allocation for other projects.

    Why they are spending RM 31,000,000 for the by election and where the money goes? Rakyat do not need them during the by election.

    Why don’t the government audit their spending?

    We know many of them are corrupted, Do you trust the police?

    ODS: Thank you Arah.

    Yes, I do trust the police. Without denying that maybe some are corrupt, but it is unfair to say as ‘many’. Most of the police force are not corrupt as you claimed. Please don’t judge the whole force based on one or two individuals. And I verily believe, police do not bribe among themselves as their pay do not allow them to do so. So, who could possibly try to bribe them?

    On the other hand, I do not know the exect amount incurred in those by-elections, but I do understand that the by-elections should incurred cost. Fuel, transport, securing parameter and what ever necessary arrangement need to be done in order the by-elections are safe for the public. Potential trouble should be anticipated and curb. And that incurred costs too.

    Are you sure you do not need them? Are you sure the sympathizers will not create havoc and trouble? How do you explain the behaviours of some supporters when suspecting ‘pengundi hantu’? If the police weren’t there, I can sense there will be fights and injuries in the by-elections.

    Or, can you guarantee the safety of the public during elections? What are you going to do in making sure the public are safe during the elections? Please indulge me.🙂

  3. just shut down the MIC good for nothing.

    ODS: Shutting down is one solution, but will not bring balance to the Indian community. Balance in terms of who will voice out for the Indian community.

    I know that in Pakatan, there’s no party named after one community, but the patern is potrait thru the majority in the said party. For example, PAS will always be seen as voicing concern for the other side of Malays, as majority of Muslims are malays. DAP for chinese, even though they have other races in DAP. So do PKR, which I see fighting for Indians (as I see majority of Indian issue from the other side voiced by them..)

    So, in other words, MIC is another option for rakyat to voice their opinions. Shutting down will not help to sustain good democracy philosphy.🙂

  4. why why why? back to my race protect my race…. is so sickening.

    can i not voice out and help the indians and malays? who represents the punjabs? who represents caucasion-chinese? who represents orang asli?

    i seriously don’t agree with your notion about MIC is needed to protect the indians.

    if i have a heart for human, i will love the people as much regardless of skin color. is about choice, why head down the path of race protect race?

    i am a chinese and i have malay food for lunch more than i have chinese food. i do lunch with malay colleagues more than i do with chinese. (an example of choice)

    if only we can transcends across race based on our very own choice, we don’t need MAMAK party to protect the MAMAK.

    ODS: Firstly, where does the “MAMAK” word come from? Does the word resembles a race, or a group of people? Then what about the word “Apek”?

    Secondly, take MIC as a platform. We have been more than 50 years since our independence, and some living here the whole life of them, older than Malaysia, yet some still cannot speak Bahasa Malaysia, be it any race. Whatmore proper Bahasa Malaysia.

    So, because of such barriers which actually created within oneself and do not master Bahasa Malaysia, how do you expect their problems and voice can be heard if the language cannot be understood? Do you expect all race and ethnic to understand Tamil or Urdu? Perhaps Hindustan movies are popular in Malaysia, but people read the subtitles, but don’t exactly understand when they speak.

    This is where MIC (as one of the options) can be the platform for Indians.

    However, no one stopping them to voice their opinion and voice to other platforms.

    Thank you.🙂
    Thank you for your comment
    .

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