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MIC Youth Wants Sivarraajh's Suspension Lifted

Contributed by Anonymous on Thursday, August 18 @ 11:28:07 CDT

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 18 (Bernama) -- The MIC Youth wants the one-year suspension on youth secretary C. Sivarraajh lifted, describing it as too harsh.

Its chief T. Mohan said he would raise the matter at the upcoming meeting of the party's decision-making body, the Central Committee (CC), on Aug 28.

"I will definitely raise this matter. We want him to be reinstated. The CC has the power to overrule the disciplinary committee's decision," he told Bernama here Thursday.

He added that based on similar cases previously, the committee should have either advised or warned Sivarraajh and not resorting to suspending him.

"I hoped the party president and the CC understand the situation and eventually lift the suspension," he added.

The CC suspended Sivarraajh on Tuesday after criticising the party's leadership for accepting back several members who were expelled in April last year.

He has since appealed against the suspension.

Sivarraajh was reported to have lodged a report with the Registrar of Societies after the party decided to reinstate three leaders, namely former youth deputy chief V. Mugilan and two former CC members, K.P. Samy and G. Kumar Amaan.


August 17, 2011 20:45 PM I Will Appeal, Says Suspended MIC Youth Secretary KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 17 (Bernama) -- MIC Youth secretary C.Sivaraajh, who was handed a 12-month suspension by the party effective yesterday for criticising the party leadership for accepting back sacked members, said he would be filing an appeal by next week.

"I accept the decision to suspend me with and open heart and will appeal. Although I feel I did not do anything wrong I will make the appeal. I hope the pary will consider it," he told Bernama here Wednesday.

His suspension was announced by MIC's disciplinary committee chairman Tan Sri K S Nijhar yesterday.

Sivarraajh was reported to have lodged a report with the Registrar of Societies after the party's Central Working Committee (CWC) decided to reinstate three leaders, namely former youth deputy chief V. Mugilan and two former Central Committee members KP Samy and G. Kumar Amaan.

Mugilan, Samy and Kumar Amaan were expelled after they started a campaign to oust the then party president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu, following their sacking, and later formed a movement called Gerakan Anti Samy Vellu (GAS).

However, after Samy had handed over the party leadership to his successor Datuk G. Palanivel in December last year, the three were accepted and reinstated with their respective positions in the party.

This had prompted Sivarraajh to claim that the CWC had acted against the party constitution.

"Under the Societies Act, the allegation, if proven is really serious and can bring a serious implication to the party. He has called a press conference to air his allegations and this is something that we cannot tolerate," Nijhar said when announcing the suspension.




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