Friday, February 01, 2008

MALAYSIAN INDIANS PROTEST AT LONDON

Malaysian Indians protesting at 10 Downing Street

A section of the crowd at the protest rally


A section of the group at the protest rally

A section of the group at the protest rally

A another group of protestors

A group of protestors carrying banners

A banner demanding the release of this innocent Indians from ISA

Wathya Moorthy addressing the crowd
A group of protestors with Wathya Moorthy

A group of protestors with Wathya Moorthy at Indian Embassy

A group of protestors at Indian Embassy

A crowd of more than 100 Malaysian Indians protested in front 10 Downing Street, London today with police permit and later at 2pm, a group of 5 representatives which included Mr Wathya Moorthy were allowed audience with the Prime Minister H.E. Mr Gordan Brown's representative to present a Petition requesting the British Government, who were responsible for bringing the Indians to work in the rubber plantation and to seek their assistance to ensure that the Malaysian government does not continue to discriminate and marginalise the Indian community any further.
Later at 3pm, the same crowd gathered at the Indian High Commissioner office in London and 5 representatives including Wathya Moorthy were give audience by the Indian High Commissioner to United Kingdom, who was glad to receive the said Petition.