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Chitrakala: Police to Arrest Top MIED 0fficial?

Contributed by Anonymous on Sunday, March 15 @ 11:41:40 CDT

MICThe Traveler, Sunday, March 15, 2009 Rumors are rife that police will be arresting a top MIED official this week was reported by Tamil daily Makkal Osai today. No name as mentioned but the news report insinuation was pointing to suspended CEO, Chitrakala. How far this rumor is true?  Raja Petra Kamaruddin , Malaysia Today editor, says 90% of rumors will become true in Malaysia. Let’s wait and see.  

T Mohan, Will he abandon Chitrakala?


In the mean time, Traveler received more information regarding Chitrakala’s wheeling and dealing together with her business partner Mohan Thangarasu, MIC youth chairman and a relative of Samy Vellu.
T Mohan who initially was running a crane servicing & repair company rose to prominence in MIC politics when he replaced Vikneswaran as Youth Chairman. In the last general elections, he lost the Batu Caves state by 3,639 votes majority. Both Vikneswaran and T Mohan are partners running a National Service Training center in Semenyih, Selangor.
Now, coming back Chitrakala, her dealing with T Mohan started substantially after the March 2008 general elections centering mainly in Motor Industry business and National Service Training. In AIMST University, T Mohan has two other contracts: Canteen services and Security Services.
 

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MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu and former MIED CEO P. Chitrakala Vasu during 'happier' times.

Traveler has no information on how he secured those contracts and whether Chitrakala has any interest or not.
But, Chitrakala and T Mohan are partners in two companies; Surya Setia Capital and Silver Line Sdn Bhd. where the hijacked 3.5 million has been transferred to purchase 50 acres of land in Sungkai, Perak. What are they going to do with land? It seems constructions are in progress for setting up a National Service Training Centre, a 100% guaranteed profitable business. Little wonder why Affin Bank provided 9.2 million loan to these companies.
Many Indians are struggling to get one single license, one contract and bank loans business but people like Chitrakala are getting them so easily and also end up in jobs that pay higher than Selangor Chief Minister Khalid Ibrahim.
The 5.2 million hijack is a tip of the iceberg. Chitrakala and gang have hijacked multi-million dollar worth of government licenses and contracts from the deserving poor Indians. T Mohan has washed his hands pleading innocence. Since Samy Vellu is not making any move on him, very likely T Mohan joining Samy Vellu to nail Chitrakala. Let’s see if the rumor becomes true.

 
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