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Friday, November 30, 2018

In 1993 And 2001, The Government Decided To Allow The Seafield Hindu Temple To Remain On Its Existing Site

What went wrong since this matter was already settled four years ago? And why is Pakatan Harapan advising the temple to renege on the consent judgement and defy the court ruling? Is it to create a crisis so that Malaysians can be distracted from the main issue: which is Pakatan Harapan is failing and has been unable to deliver their election promises?

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Raja Petra Kamarudin
The Indian ministers in Pakatan Harapan are saying one thing. Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is saying another thing. The Selangor Menteri Besar says something else. The Philippines owner of the property development company has made their statement. One City Development, the local company developing the property, has their own story. And the temple committee confuses things further.
In 1993, the federal government said the temple need not move. In 2001, the Selangor state government said the temple need not move. In 2014, the temple and the developer came to a court settlement through a consent judgement whereby they would receive a new temple and RM1.5 million would be paid to the temple fund and after two months they would move to the new site.
So, what went wrong since this matter was already settled four years ago? And why is Pakatan Harapan advising the temple to renege on the consent judgement and defy the court ruling? Is it to create a crisis so that Malaysians can be distracted from the main issue: which is Pakatan Harapan is failing and has been unable to deliver their election promises?

Malaysia is being condemned for not protecting the rights of its Hindu minority

In 1993, the federal government asked the developer to retain the temple on its present site

In 2001, during PM Dr Mahathir’s time, the Selangor EXCO already decided to allow the temple to remain on its existing site

In 2014, both parties in the dispute over the land came to a settlement on the ownership of the land

The temple management is supposed to deliver vacant possession of the land to the developer within two months of completion of the new temple while One City Development will deposit a RM1.5 million ‘temple fund’ with the lawyers

More papers regarding the Seafield Hindu Temple can be viewed here

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