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Palanivel ahead of Subra for MIC No 2 post

Contributed by Anonymous on Monday, February 20 @ 18:47:36 CST

Tamil DailiesTuesday February 21, 2006, The Star

TAMIL KURAL'S nationwide survey showed MIC vice-president Datuk G. Palanivel having a big lead over in*****bent Datuk S. Subramaniam for the deputy president's post.

The survey showed Palanivel commanding 64% support and Subramaniam 36%.

Tamil Kural said, however, there might be changes after next month's division elections.

It said that while many of the divisions were closely linked to their respective state liaison committees, the delegates were independent in casting their votes for the number two post.

Subramaniam, the former Deputy Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister, had been the number two for 27 years.

Now, MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu has endorsed Palanivel as his official candidate.

The four Tamil newspapers also highlighted the MIC branch elections including the fracas in two branches – Petaling Jaya Selatan Section 1 and Kampung Jaya branch in Taiping.

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