May 20, 2006 15:10 PM |
KUALA LUMPUR, May 20 (Bernama) -- MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu says he will expose the share ownership of his deputy Datuk S. Subramaniam in Malaysia Nanban, the Tamil daily which often criticise the MIC leadership.
"Give me two days...did he (Subramaniam) deny the NST (New Straits Times) report that he has 50 per cent share in Malaysia Nanban?
"Did he also said he gave it to someone else to keep the shares and the party is not giving it back? Ask him to remember properly," he told reporters after the MIC Youth and Wanita wings nomination here Saturday.
MIC Youth chief S.A. Vigneswaran and his deputy S. Ramis won their posts unopposed at the close of nomination today.
With the victory, Vigneswaran, 40, who is also Youth and Sports Ministry Parliamentary Secretary, will lead the movement for a second term.
In his victory speech, Vigneswaran said his next move was to strengthen the Putra Brigade, an off-shoot of the MIC Youth.
"We want to create an awareness among the younger generation of Indians and to expose them to the problems besetting the community," he said.
Meanwhile, the tussle for the Wanita MIC chief post is a three-cornered fight among in*****bent Datin Paduka Jaya Partiban, secretary Komala Krishnamoorthy and Bukit Bintang Wanita chief G. Rajeswary.
Komala is also Selangor Wanita MIC head and Education Ministry parliamentary secretary.