Wednesday, November 07, 2007


Datuk M Kayveas finally agrees that he has made a fool of himself by requesting to meet MIC President Datuk Seri S S SamyVellu for a reconcilation over his recent bickering on the MIC/PPP feud.

Its seems that Kayveas plot to get publicity and recognisation from the Barisan Nasional leadership and the general public has failed.

MIC leadership should continue to pursue to expel PPP from the Barisan Nasional fold or to reprimand Kayveas and his PPP from contesting any seat in the coming polls as a punishment for under-rating the 'big brother' of the Barisan Nasional. We need to applause the comments raised by Malacca Chief Minister Mohd Ali Rustam at the recent Malacca State PPP Convention.

If the Barisan Nasional leadership were to console and offer Kayveas a seat, it would encourage future similar bickering from other small BN component parties. If one does not subscribe to the agreed principles of the BN, it must leave the coalition.

Kayveas has been using these sort of tactics far too often and it seems that Kayveas is desperate to secure a seat in the coming polls to keep his position within the PPP even to the extend of creating animosity among the other Barisan Nasional component parties to fulfill his desperate desire and aspirations.

Time for the BN leadership to realise his motives and take stock.