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Friday, November 30, 2018

YOU MUST BE CRAZY! WAYTHA SCOLDS ‘UTMOST DISGRACE’ SOUTH INDIAN POLITICIAN FOR WILD CLAIMS OVER SUBANG TEMPLE RIOT – TO PERSONALLY WRITE TO MODI’S GOVT TO COMPLAIN

PETALING JAYA: Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department P Waytha Moorthy has slammed a Hindu politician from India over his startling claims over Monday’s violence at the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple in USJ25, Subang Jaya, calling it “an utmost disgrace”.
Waytha, who is in charge of national unity and social well-being, was responding to Arjun Sampath, who heads a Hindu extremist party based in South India.
Arjun had claimed the temple had been “flattened”, with women and children brutally murdered.
“In an attempt by those warmongers to slit the throats of women and children, their necks and napes were heavily mutilated,” said Arjun Sampath, president of the Hindu People’s Party, in a letter to the Malaysian consulate-general in Tamil Nadu two days ago.

Waytha, in a statement to FMT, condemned such wild and unsubstantiated accusations by the Indian Hindu People’s Party.
“It is a disgrace that an Indian politician can make such an accusation and representation to the Malaysian consulate in Chennai without verification.
“It is obvious that the scenes depicted by this politician (as taking place at the temple) are completely false and an infringement in the affairs of another sovereign nation. This will not be tolerated.
“I am personally going to contact the high commissioner of India in Malaysia as well as the government of India directly to indicate our strongest protest on such a fabricated statement by this politician,” the senator said.
Early Monday, a mob attacked the temple in Seafield, amid resistance from some devotees to relocate to a piece of land provided nearby, based on a consent court judgment in 2014. At least 18 vehicles were torched.
This was followed by violent protests a day later, which saw a fireman being attacked and several vehicles set on fire.
The fireman’s condition has since improved, while police say the situation near the temple is back to normal.
The temple was to be relocated on Nov 22 as part of a win-win solution involving the developer, One City, the Selangor state government and two claimants to the temple management, K Chellapa and M Nagaraju.
Nagaraju later made an about-turn and gathered several Hindu activists to protest the relocation plan.
Police have since detained more than 20 people for investigations.
Waytha said Malaysians know well that Arjun’s statement is “false in its entirety” and urged the public to ignore and disregard his claims.
He said he hoped no “opportunist” uses these claims to further instigate others in the temple issue.
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