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Abolish Tamil Schools?

Contributed by Anonymous on Thursday, September 06 @ 02:10:55 CDT

Tamil Schools
Thursday, September 06, 2007

“I would also like to see Tamil schools abolished” the statement by former appeal court Judge and also Malaysian Bar council president is getting heated up.

DAP Secretary General Lim Eng has joined the fray with Kulasegaran -- who was glad he did’t go to Tamil-- and Sivanesan group but their decision to lodge a police report has been postponed until hearing the explanation from Kuala Lumpur Bar secretary.

Interestingly, V C George refused to entertain questions from Malaysia Nanban reporter who met him at his office.

“You passed the sentence and now you are investigating. I must retract (the statement). I must apologies. That’s what you wrote in your paper. Why do you come now? Don’t waste your time, leave. ” said George according Nanban report.

“Going to my house without my permission is the first offense. Coming to see me without appointment is the second offence. Publishing against me without getting my opinion is the third offence”.  I wonder if George ever will speak like this to other media.

Full text of what George said in Relevan:



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