Monday, August 3, 2009

MIC politicising Buah Pala to cover up Maika

The MIC and its party president Samy Vellu had failed to protect the interest of our fellow Malaysian Indians for decades.

It has been almost 30 years now ever since our Malaysian Indian friends had invested heavily in Maika Holdings Berhad with high hopes that their profits and investments will reap one day. Unfortunately, what have they got today? Nothing at all! The Maika’s businesses and ventures has been a total failure all these years which cost all the shareholders and investors funds and monies.

Where did the monies of all these poor investors gone to? What has Samy Vellu done about this to settle their grievances after all these years, when he was a powerful minister in the federal government? Well, he did nothing the Malaysian Indians but only cares for his wealth and his pocket.

Samy Vellu boastfully said that the Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng can settle the Kampung Buah Pala issue with only a stroke of his signature in his capacity but as MIC president he cannot even settle the Maika scandal after all these years.

This shows that Samy had admitted his guilt and his inability as well, but he still insist and wanted to stay on to power as MIC president eventhough he had lost his Sungai Siput parliamentary seat and his ministerial position after the previous general elections.

Now, when the Kampung Buah Pala issue turned sour, MIC politicized it and tried to become a superhero rushing over there to defend the affected residents, but they never being able to do anything at all.

The real question is, where were all those MIC leaders, and what have they done to prevent this from happening when the previous Penang Gerakan-led Barisan state government approved and sold the land to the developer. Why are these MIC leaders keeping so quiet and cowardly run away just like that?

Therefore, no matter what the MIC has been doing right now, the party had become irrelevant and cannot be reformed anymore.

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