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Opposition stop lies and wild allegations – Selangor MIC Youth Chief

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Selangor MIC Youth Chief Shanker Raj Ayanger today express his disappointment over certain people on the all kind of lies and wild allegation against MIC and Barisan Nasional. He was speaking after a walkabout with the Minister of Home Affairs Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein in Jalan Chow Kit yesterday.

Shanker said Najib has instituted favourable policies towards the Indian community and made real and meaningful efforts throughout his tenure to prove the sincerity in his ‘Nambikei’ slogan towards Malaysian Indians. Can the Pakatan say the same?

He said Barisan had been helping the rakyat for the past 56 years while “Pakatan only started now to think of ways to help the people”.

Is it true that the fate of Malaysian Indians lies in the hands of Pakatan Rakyat?
What we require is a comprehensive plan placing the community into mainstream economic development and social progress, acquiring the competitive edge and the ability to face present and future daunting challenges.

Opposition parties only make empty promises but do not have any agenda or serious in resolving issues faced by the Indian community

Hence the Indian community would not be influenced or deceived by any of Pakatan Rakyat’s tactics, including to fish for votes in the general election, he said

In Selangor, after four years in power, the state government only managed to build one Tamil school at a cost of RM4.7 millon and that too, was provided by a private developer in return for god knows what. While commendable that they are taking an interest in Indian education, it is quite ridiculous to say it takes four years to build only one school.

Even the land on which this school stands was already alienated by the previous BN state government to SJKT Midlands. The Pakatan government has now sold the said land to I-City. Why has the state government not revealed the details of sales and purchase agreement with I-City to the public, the owners of the land where the school was built?

Another alegation by opposition regards to stateless Indian – with the government’s MyDaftar campaign MIC only had 15,000 Indians who came for help. If there are 300,000, as PKR claims, then where are they?”

Opposition parties only make empty promises but do not have any agenda or serious in resolving issues faced by the Indian community