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Dawn or Dusk for the Indian Community

Contributed by Anonymous on Saturday, July 03 @ 01:20:43 CDT

MICSaturday, July 03, 2010
On  4th. July, the great America will be celebrating its independence from Briton with the pledge of “One nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all”. The copycat Malaysia propagates ‘1Malaysia’ but continue to oppress the minority Indians.
The organizers of ‘Dawn for Indian Community’ have coincidently chosen 4th July to demonstrate their grievances and pressure Samy Vellu to quit the MIC presidency that he has been clinging on for 31 years. Instead of upholding one's liberty to demonstrate, the MIC youth Chief Mohan Thangarasu and his stooges pledged to disrupt the rally at any cost. 



 

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NST, July 03 2010
Anti-MIC rally to pray for good
2010/07/03

KUALA LUMPUR: Organisers of tomorrow's anti-MIC gathering in Klang said they will pray for the well-being of the Indian community. Sacked MIC central working committee member K.P. Samy said the organisers and supporters would hold a "hunger fast" from morning till 5pm. 

They will also gather at the Chetty Padang Mariamman Temple at 10am and march 500m to Dewan Hamzah.
At the hall, the main venue of the gathering, there will be no speeches or discussions.
"This is a silent protest... if we open our mouth, we will be attacked. 

"So by doing this, they have no reason to attack us."
Samy said tomorrow's events were aimed at amplifying concerns over the Indian community's fate in the country and also the lack of unity.

On reports of some MIC supporters threatening to gatecrash the event, he said: "They have already sent threatening calls of sorts, but I am going to soldier on no matter what, if I get the much awaited permit from the police.

"If I don't, then we will only be holding prayers to seek for the well-being of our beloved prime minister and our Indian community as a whole."
Samy was part of the Gerakan Anti-Samy Vellu (GAS) and tomorrow's event will carry the theme "Dawn for the Indian Community". 

Meanwhile, Mohan said some MIC members would be observing the proceedings tomorrow. 

"If they open their mouths and start degrading Samy Vellu or MIC as a whole, the MIC supporters will gatecrash."

Selangor MIC Youth wants police to take action against any one making seditious speeches during the gathering, referred to by MIC Youth as a second GAS gathering.

Klang police chief Assistant Commissioner Mohamed Mat Yusop said no police permit was needed if the gathering was planned to be held indoors. ***** 

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The Star,
Wednesday June 30, 2010Party members may gatecrash anti-Samy Vellu eventBy WANI MUTHIAH 
wani@thestar.com.my

KLANG: A gathering organised by several expelled MIC central working committee members on July 4 here threatens to descend into mayhem with some party members planning to gatecrash the event, while advertisements in a Tamil daily allege that the gathering is anti-Barisan Nasional.
One of the organisers, K.P. Samy, who was expelled from the MIC last month, said an advertisement on June 24 and June 26 in a Tamil daily had dubbed the gathering as an anti-Barisan event.
To make matters worse, Samy alleged Selangor MIC information chief L. Siva Subramaniam had threatened to bring 5,000 MIC members to the event in Dewan Hamzah.
“Siva Subramaniam said he would bring 5,000 MIC members if the police gives us the permit to hold the gathering. This amounts to threatening the police,” said Samy.
“I have also written to the Home Ministry complaining that the Tamil daily was stoking trouble by making wild and baseless allegations,” he added, noting that the advertisement also carried the Barisan emblem.
Samy had given MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu up to early July to consolidate all Indians who are currently splintered into various political groups.
In the event Samy Vellu fails to do this, Samy said the July 4 gathering dubbed “Dawn For The Indian Community” would be held.
It replaces the Gerakan Anti-Samy (GAS) gathering which did not take place as scheduled on June 13.
Samy said the event was a challenge to the embattled Samy Vellu to bring all Indians under one umbrella as the party president claimed recently that only the MIC could unite the Indians.
When contacted, Siva Subra-maniam said he had the right to stop people from cheating the Indian community.
“Samy is cheating Indians by saying he’s doing this for the community when in actual fact it is for himself,” said Siva Subrama-niam.
He added that the gathering was held for two reasons — to threaten Samy Vellu and for the MIC to retract the expulsion order against Samy and four other CWC members.
The others are G. Kumar Aamaan, former party youth deputy chief V. Mugilan and Petaling Jaya Selatan MIC division chief V. Subramaniam who is popularly known as Barath Maniam.
Samy has been promised a place in the DAP by its vice-president M. Kulasegaran if he can attract 2,000 people to attend the event, alleged Siva Subramaniam.
Siva Subramaniam also alleged that Kulasegaran, who is also Ipoh Barat MP, had promised Samy the Kota Alam Shah state assembly seat in the next general election if he succeeds in mobilising Indians.
Former ISA detainee M. Mano haran is the in*****bent Kota Alam Shah assemblyman.
Kulasegaran was not available for comment at press time.

 

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