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High Chaparral: MIC's memo on Kampung Buah Pala

Contributed by Anonymous on Monday, July 20 @ 22:47:18 CDT

NST, 2009/07/21 GEORGE TOWN: The MIC will be submitting a memorandum to the cabinet detailing the chronology of events and issues which have transpired at Kampung Lorong Buah Pala, said its Youth chief T. Mohan. Mohan said all areas would be covered in the memorandum.

"In the memorandum, we will be telling the whole history of Kampung Lorong Buah Pala as well as giving some suggestions, such as using the land code and acts that can be used by both the federal and state government."

When asked on how this matter would be discussed in the cabinet since Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had said that the Federal Government would not meddle in the issue as it is a state matter, Mohan said no full papers on what actually had happened at the village were submitted to Najib.

Mohan said MIC Youth would fight together with the villagers on Aug 3 when the eviction and demolition are expected to take place, adding that "if they want to catch us, then go ahead. We are not afraid".
Mohan said if the state government wanted to help the villagers, they could help by providing another plot of land and enabling the residents to move out in a proper manner.
He expressed his dissatisfaction with the actions taken by Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng.

"Many promises have been made, including those made by Seri Delima assemblyman R.S.N. Rayer, but as of now, the state government has not helped them.

"Where is Anwar (Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim)? Where is Karpal (DAP national chairman Karpal Singh)? Where is Lim? This issue has to be resolved," he said.

Mohan said if Lim was unable to resolve the issue surrounding the village, he should just hand the state back to the Barisan Nasional government.



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