Sunday, January 13, 2008


The total unconcern attitude by the Malaysian government led by the Barisan Nasional coalition towards the Malaysian Indians is exploding to greater heights day by day. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's attitude towards the plight of Malaysian Indians seems to be a sort of unconcerning since nothing concrete and firm have been pipe-lined. There has been no news about any concerted plans implemented or about to be implemented have been announced so far. The only thing that seems to have taken place is Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu and his MIC have printed a colourful book to show that Malaysian Indians are not what has been pictured but are a happy lot. But contrary to this, there is a video clip that highlights a different and untold sentimental story(as presented below) of the plights of Indian in Malaysia.

Malaysian Indian dilemma 1/6

Malaysian Indian dilemma 2/6

Malaysian Indian dilemma 3/6

Malaysian Indian dilemma 4/6

Malaysian Indian dilemma 5/6

Malaysian Indian dilemma 6/6

These video clips reveal how the Malaysian authorities have neglected their call for assistance from demolition of hindu temples, education and many others that they the Indians feel that an unkept promise that were made just to buy votes during the last few general elections.

The latest events reveal that this community is not going to subdue itself to any pressure until and unless the government looks into and does what they want to be done to protect their community from being marginalised further.

It was reported recently that 10,000 roses would be delivered to PM Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi by the Indian community on February 16, 2008, just two days after Valentine's Day.

A meeting was held last night in London to have a protest march on February 1, 2008 and subsequently to present a Petition to the British Government and Foreign Office expressing the plights of the Malaysian Indians and to pressure the Malaysian government to settle these unsettled matters immediately.

The meeting also discussed that on February 14, 2008, a group of Malaysian Indians residing in London will stage a hunger strike at Trafalagar Square at the same time as observed by their counterparts at Malaysia and Canada. It was also mentioned that on February 16, 2008 a group of Malaysian Indian will call at the Malaysian High Commissioner Office in London to hand over roses as similar to the incident that will take place in Malaysia.

Its had been noted that various events are scheduled to happen throughout the world to seek international attention on their issue. It is going to tarnish the good name and reputation of Malaysia in the international world and may affect many services that Malaysia is current relying upon.

Whatever been done, it is felt that the Malaysian Indians have given ample opportunity to the Malaysian government to amend their attitude towards the Indian community and failure by them to look and address these matters have created this EXPLOSION OF THIS TIME-BOMB and no one else is to be blamed except themselves (BN coalition government).

The next general election will be very detrimental to the Barisan Nasional coalition if nothing is forthcoming.