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Chitrakala: MIED 3.2 Million Hijack

Contributed by Anonymous on Sunday, March 22 @ 11:21:19 CDT

MICThe Traveler, Sunday, March 22 2009
Mohan Thangarasu, MIC National youth chairman, Chitrakala’s business partner and rejected by Batu Caves state voters has issued a press statement responding to our report ‘Police to Arrest Top MIED 0fficial?’. 
Regarding the Canteen contract and Security Services at Asian Institute of Medicine, Science and Technology (AIMST), I agree that no concrete evidences available to link Mohan Thangarasu of having any interest, directly or indirectly. The information received was from a single source but admit the failure in not verifying the information independently.
Traveler regrets for the unintentional error committed without malice.  

pic: makkal osai
Interim MIED CEO Mumtaz Begam

Anyhow, the AIMST contracts are only side shows.  The main show is the land purchase in Sungkai, Perak for National Service program, the hijack of 3.2 million MIED to fund to finance the purported ‘deal’ and the manner 9.2 million loan obtained from Affin Bank.
Instead of providing explanation, Mohan Thangarasu’s is issuing threats of law suits like a typical MIC politian to silence us. Even your president Samy Vellu issued similar warning to media on the AIMST issue days ago. What could one expect from people like him?
Remember Mohan Thangarasu, you are a public figure holding a national position in a political party, the MIED fund is public money raised from thousands of poor Indians and substantial funding came from the government, too. You have obtained government licenses, millions of loans from banks which are public institutions. Do every Indian-Malaysians have equal access?  Thus, we the people have the right to comment, criticize and scrutinize Mohan Thangarasu and Chitrakala business ‘deal’ in a fair manner. Traveler will continue to unearth MIED scandal until truth prevails.
Mohan Thangarasu never denied the following:
1. Mohan Thangarasu and Vikneswaran, former MIC youth leader, are business partners in running National Service Camp service in Semenyih, Selangor.
2.  Mohan Thangarasu and Chitrakala are business partners in Silver line Sdn Bhd where 9.2 million loan was obtained from Affin Bank.
3. 3.5 million MIED money was used to purchase the land in Sungkai, Perak. Construction is in progress for National Service Camp.
“Truth is on my side. I’m prepared to face any eventualities and least worried about police arresting me”, said suspended MIED CEO Chitrakala Vasu, according to Makkal Osai Tamil daily report.
 She dismissed the hijack of 3.5 million as baseless allegations.    

Mohan Thangarasu
“The money was a loan from Dato Samy Vellu for National Service Camp fund which I have agreed to return in one year time”, she added.
Mohan Thangarasu is only aware of the purported loan from MIED on Feb 05. This is laughable considering Mohan Thangarasu’s strong ties with Chitrakala Vasu and her husband Vasu Kunjamboo in several companies.
Mohan Thangarasu says the ‘deal’ fell through and Chitrakala Vasu has taken back the money. Has she returned the money to MIED? If not, why?
Assuming, Samy Vellu really approved the loan as claimed by Chitrakala and also she rationalize it saying that MIED has given 9 million loan to Harnarayanan, MIED director a decade ago and a few thousand to Mumtaz Begam, the interim MIED, CEO.
Come on Chitrakala Vasu, two wrongs won’t make a right.
Mumtaz Begam, promptly denied MIED giving any loan to anyone in the past and she says MIED auditors have confirmed this (Makkal Osai, March 03 2009).
Now, who is telling the truth? Is it the suspended CEO or the interim CEO? Are we not entitled to know the truth?
Chitrakala Vasu is appealing to the media and internet portals to wait for the completion of police investigation. Police will take months to investigate, the court case will go on for a few years and who knows when things got worse both Samy Vellu and Chitrakala Vasu may hug each other and say they are ‘father and daughter’ and wish to ‘forget and forgive’ leaving the community suckers.
Lastly, Traveler like to assure Mohan Thangarasu that no MIC political aspirants are behind our report as he imagine or deliberately painting a political picture to divert attention.
Our interest is truth and justice for the Indian-Malaysians.


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