Screenshot of PPIM's article.
Sunday, January 25, 2009
Screenshot of PPIM's article.
Thursday, January 22, 2009
Pic : T.Mohan (MIC Youth) & YB Manickavasagam (PKR), protest against the police brutality
Kugan Ananthan, who was detained in connection with several car theft cases, died at the Taipan police station in USJ.
Video Clip at :
Monday, January 19, 2009
Saturday, January 17, 2009
Wan Ahmad Farid Wan Salleh (Umno) - 30,252
Azhazudin Mamat (Bebas) -193
Walaupun isu 'Hudud' hangat diperdebatkan diantara PAS dan DAP. Namun demikian rakyat Kuala Terengganu tetap memilih PAS sebagai pilihan mereka. Walau apa-apapun, hormatilah kemenangan, bekerjasama untuk kepentingan rakyat.
Manakala, UMNO harus memikirkan cara yang lebih baik untuk meraih sokongan pengundi terutama sekali pengundi Melayu yang nampaknya lebih berpihak kepada PAS.
Terima kasih kepada pengundi Cina dan India dimana peratus pengundi yang mengundi BN meningkat pada kali ini. Usaha MCA, MIC berhasil serba sedikit.
Thursday, January 8, 2009
MIC lead by T.Mohan and others (S.Murugesan, S.Ramis)
Tamil Nadu Congress Party lead by Mayura Jayakumar
They were discussing about several issues including,
1. Indian workers problem in Malaysia
2. Joined conference for MIC Youth and Tamil Nadu Congress Party
3. Civillian killings in Sri Lanka
Sunday, January 4, 2009
Friday, January 2, 2009
- Selangor state assembly Speaker Teng Chang Khim had said that Santiago behaved like the opposition and alleged that he (Santiago) had been bought over by Barisan, after the latter demanded that the concession agreement between the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) and the developer of the new Klang Sentral Terminal be made public.
- Charles Santiago (Klang MP-DAP) had given Teng one week from last Saturday to either prove the allegation, or retract his statement and offer a public apology.
- Meanwhile, Selangor exco member Dr Xavier Jeyakumar (PKR), who visited the Klang Sentral Terminal yesterday, said the move was necessary to alleviate traffic congestion in Klang town.
- S.Manikavasagam (Kapar MP-PKR) had tendered his resignation letter from Post of Deputy Selangor PKR Liaison Chairman to Selangor PKR Chief Office with immediate effect.
Thursday, January 1, 2009
- Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) is staring at a permanent and damaging break with the Hindraf/Makkal Shakti movement after Kapar MP S. Manikavasagam resigned today as the deputy chairman of Selangor PKR.
- He blamed the Pakatan Rakyat government in Selangor led by Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim for failing to fulfil the promises made to the Indian community during the March general election.
- He showed open hostility to Khalid, party vice-president R. Sivarasa and Selangor exco member Dr Xavier Jeyakumar, describing them as individuals who have done nothing for the Indians although they claim to be Indian leaders.
- He accused Dr Xavier of holding “too many” positions and alleged that Sivarasa had claimed to be an Indian leader but had not called for a single meeting to discuss Indian woes.
- Sivarasa had said previously that as a multi-racial party, PKR cannot have Indian-centric policies and that its leaders represented all races.
- However Manikavasagam rubbished that, saying PKR made specific promises to Indian voters and had failed to make good on them.
- He also alleged PKR remains Malay-centric and campaigned for the Malay agenda, pointing out that Indians had not been offered positions in GLCs, state agencies and senior positions in local councils.
- “Even in Kampung Sentosa where 95 per cent of residents are Indians, Khalid appointed a Malay as the ketua kampung,” Manikavasagam said.
It would be a big blow to PKR and the PR alliance if Manikavasagam quits the party and joins forces with Uthayakumar and pushes the Hindraf/Makkal Shakti movement away from the opposition into an independent force.
And also, read the comments in Malaysia Today http://mt.m2day.org/2008/content/view/16459/84/