These guys goal is to limit as much as possible any attempt that brings Malaysian Indian closer to the status others enjoy. If NGO demand is fulfilled, then Malaysian Indian become equal to others in protecting Malaysian Indian affairs. The government cannot allow that. That will close any marginalization effort they like to accomplish in long run. We were told that street demonstration is not good for the country.
We were told to use proper channel and communicate to the government any grievance. Now NGO have used the proper channel and asked the government for office to conduct Malaysian Indian affairs. What do we get from these guys for using the proper channel? The sorry excuse is that Islam is an official religion.
This in itself shows whom do these guys care about. These guys will resist any attempt to give greater say for Malaysian Indians in Malaysia. These guys want our vote but not our problem. These guys want our support but not our despair. These guys want us to go quietly in the history books.
**********Malaysia to seek Interpol's help to monitor Hindraf
Kuala Lumpur, (PTI): Malaysian police will seek help from international agencies like 'Interpol' and 'Europol' to monitor the overseas activities of Hindraf which spearheaded protests by ethnic Indians against alleged marginalisation.
Deputy Internal Security Minister, Datuk Mohd Johari Baharom, told reporters that the agencies involved were the European Law Enforcement Organisation (Europol), Asean police (Aseanapol) and Interpol.
Malaysian police had earlier accused the Hindu Right Action Force (Hindraf) of having links with terror outfits, including the LTTE.
"They are not only monitoring the group, but everything," he was quoted as saying in Kuching by Malaysian news agency Bernama.
Johari was commenting on reports of attempts by one of the leaders of the group, P. Waytha Moorthy, to garner support abroad.
He said the Malaysian police's "good ties" with international law enforcement agencies would enable the force to obtain more information on crime activities abroad.
On December 13, five Hidraf were held under the Internal Security Act (ISA) and sent on a two-year detention. They are P. Uthayakumar, 46, M. Manoharan, 46, R. Kenghadharan, 40, V. Ganabatirau, 34, and T. Vasantha Kumar, 34.