The Traveler, March 27, 2010
The move to stop Maju Institute of Educational Development (MIED) annual general meeting to be held on March 31st. by Vickneswaran, former MIC youth chief, failed as the Shah Alam high court rejected his application for an injunction, according to Tamil Nesan daily.
The judge, after listening to both parties in his chambers, apparently rejected Vickneswaran’s application without providing any reasons, the paper added.
Scandal mired MIED is being investigated by Malaysian authorities since the massive fraud and hijacking of people’s money was exposed more than year ago.
Last year, the police took statements from Samy Vellu, Chitrakala, Kumaran, Mahalingam and several MIED staff.
Vickneswaran, one time Samy Vellu’s henchman, and Supermom Chitrakala, former MIED CEO, mother of four kids having interest in 13 companies from Auto Service Company to National Service Camp, have been hauled by the Malaysian Registrar of Companies (ROC) for the whole day long, previously.
Investigations by the Malaysian Police, the Malaysian Anti-corruption Commission (MACC) and ROC are going on for months at snail speed.
Till now, none of the culprits were arrested and none of them charged in court.
Samy Vellu, Supermom Chitrakala and Maha Thirudan Mahalingam are still free and enjoying the loot.
At the coming AGM, Samy Vellu has planned to change the trustees and approve the accounts.