Commotion at MIC headquarters

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Not a very edifying spectacle. The Registrar of Societies had ordered the party to hold a re-election, and there are calls for the MIC president to quit.

But I am not sure what principles the people in the scenes here are trying to uphold.

By and large, the party, like other race-based parties in the country, is becoming increasingly irrelevant.

And the actions of the party supporters will only hasten the party’s downward spiral.

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kesavan
kesavan
26 Dec 2014 11.43am

A group of MIC leaders have lodged a police report on 24 December against party secretary-general A Prakash Rao over a police report he made, accusing MIC members of being behind the commotion at the party headquarters last week:

gk ong
gk ong
22 Dec 2014 11.01am

Strangely the usual environmentalists in this blog do not make noise when the MIC president does not protect the greenery of his constituency Cameron Highlands, allowing the hills to be stripped bare for erosion to cause massive landslide and flooding.

Pak Tim
Pak Tim
20 Dec 2014 12.45pm

Quite right, irrelevant.

gk ong
gk ong
20 Dec 2014 10.28am

This is nothing compared to the mob scene at Komtar yesterday where wild men were hunting for babi hutan.

srini
srini
20 Dec 2014 1.41pm
Reply to  gk ong

The Sedition Act says that action can be taken against anyone who incites against any community. But so far, it seems that when a certain dominant community insults and says things that do anger other communities, little happens. They are allowed to demonstrate and to threaten violence. Yet the moment another community even expresses opposing views or makes remarks that are taken as insults, the Sedition Act is used immediately.

Anil Netto
Anil Netto
19 Dec 2014 7.36pm

Sorry the comments are missing here. Some technical glitch occurred and I had to restore the files to the backup and so lost all the comments since this morning.

gisselle
gisselle
20 Dec 2014 10.46am
Reply to  Anil Netto

We thought MIC deploys Bollywood tactics to warn bloggers not to criticise political parties hence Anilnetto.com got to wipe out comments 🙂
MIC commotion similar to many Bollywood storyline, except we are still waiting for the true hero like Superstar Rajanikanth to sort out the mess.

srini
srini
20 Dec 2014 2.43pm
Reply to  gisselle

Superstar Rajinikanth to enter politics soon, but can it inspire MIC to fight for the poor and victimised Indians as depicted in Sivaji The Boss?

kesavan
kesavan
20 Dec 2014 3.21pm
Reply to  Anil Netto

I am more sorry to see the state of disarray among the Indians in Malaysia.