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Monday, June 28, 2010

KP Samy: MIC president's daily misleading Indians [video]

Sacked MIC central committee member KP Samy today lashed out at a local Tamil daily for branding a gathering on July 4 at Dewan Hamzah, Klang as an anti-Barisan Nasional event.

“Tamil Nesan carried a quarter-page advertisement on June 24 and June 26 urging Indian Malaysians not to take part in the gathering, calling it an anti-BN gathering.

“The advertisement is misleading and we want to know who placed the advertisement in the first place and why Tamil Nesan saw it fit to accommodate it,” said Samy.

“We had clarified earlier that the gathering will be a dialogue session to get into the bottom of Indian Malaysians' problems and there will be no character assassinations of anyone at the event.

“I have lodged a complaint with the Home Ministry on the matter and I hope the ministry will take action against Tamil Nesan for misleading the public,” added Samy.

Tamil Nesan belongs to MIC president S Samy Vellu's family. KP Samy and several other sacked MIC leaders had previsously launched anti-Samy Vellu campaign (GAS) to remove the veteran leader from the party. They are now embarking on a new platform to highlight the plights of the Indian community in this country.

Threatening the police

Samy also said that apart from the advertisement accusing his group of being anti-BN, the Selangor MIC has also threatened to bring 5,000 people to the gathering.

“Based on the Tamil Nesan advertisement, people will see that the 5,000 MIC people are attending an anti-BN gathering, which will work in favour of the opposition.

“We urge Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak in his capacity as the BN chairman to advise MIC accordingly as Tamil Nesan is owned by Samy Vellu,” he said.

Samy also slammed Selangor MIC information chief L Siva Subramaniam for allegedly threatening the police to take action against the July 4 Klang gathering, failing which his people will gate-crash the event.

“I will lodge a complaint with the Inspector-General of Police on the matter and I will leave it to the police to act against Siva Subramaniam who threatened the police,” he added.


courtesy of FMT

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