Greetings,

The malaysian indians denied MIC forever? that is a very subjective question. But more then 50% of them voted against it during GE-12. thats a fact. That caused MIC to loose their power/voice in almost all the state governments and it is forced to keep things rolling with only 3 parliament members and 3 cabinet reps.

Can they perform with much reduced power, representatives and support? Especially now, when the demands from rakyat is in the peak. Many predicted that MIC is yesterdays news.

Despite all the rotten eggs that have been thrown at them, MIC managed to survive. MIC is still on track to walk for the rakyat!!! and thats a fact!!!

The immediate/effective responds from MIC in all the current issues shows that MIC CARES even after many claims that Indian community rejected them. and thats a fact!!!

The number of people seeking assist at MIC HQ and MIC service centers nationwide increased . And thats a fact!!! ( Ref: Indian folk back to seek help, says Samy )

while all this happening, many equipped/CURSED with ONLY POLITICAL INTEREST choose to confuse the rakyat against MIC.

FOR THEM:
THIS IS A RACE, A RACE FOR WINNING THE RAKYAT'S SUPPORT. IT SHOULD BE BASED ON PERFORMANCE . NOT BY SOME CHEAP MIND GAME TO CONFUSE PEOPLE TO DENY MIC AND THEIR SINCERE WALK FOR RAKYAT!!!

LET MIC WALK THEIR TALK, AND 'YOU' WALK YOUR, THE RAKYAT WILL JUDGE!!!

FOR MIC:

Now, i continue with my post on MIC's walk for the rakyat -3 .

What MIC done for the past 51 years? Thats what almost everyone who visits my blog asking. Well It'll be hell of a long list ppl. But since many of us choose to deny whatever MIC did in the past, i choose to update what is MIC doing right NOW. ( what i able to find out)

MIC's success with weak students

KUALA LUMPUR: An MIC effort to help academically-weak and problematic Indian secondary students has paid off.

The MIC-run Yayasan Strategic Social's family development unit head K.A. Gunah (picture) said the party's Plus-8 programme had proven to be a resounding success by helping 5,100 students in 74 secondary schools.

MIC: Free Hindraf five

PETALING JAYA: The MIC has reiterated its call for the Government to free five Hindraf leaders from Internal Security Act (ISA) detention.

Party president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said that he would raise the matter with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi again, despite having done so many times.

Tekun Briefing

More briefings on the availability of small business loans were held in different parts of Perak. Recently three briefing sessions were held where two sessions were organized by the Perak MIC Youth, and the other by the Tambun Barisan Nasional.

RELATED POSTS:
MIC : WALK FOR THE RAKYAT (1)
MIC : WALK FOR THE RAKYAT (2)
THANK YOU MIC
MIC- WALKING THE TALK

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

rakyat is fed up of this politikings.

yes we voted for PR. but what the hell they doing now besides fighting with BN?

thats not why we voted form them.

and unfortunatly no PR indian YBs doing anything solid for indians.

thy should 1st stop talking about samy and do something concrete if they wanna stay as YB

Anonymous said...

GOOD LUCK FOR THOSE WHO OUT THERE WHO IS WAITING FOR PR OR ANWAR TO DO SOMETHING FOR THE PEOPLE.

ANWAR HAS ONLY ONE AIM IN HIS LIFE. DO BE A PRIME MINISTER. THAT IS HIS PERSONAL WAR AGAINST TUN MAHATHIR. AND GUESS WHO ARE THE VICTIMS???

WE MALAYSIANS.

GOOD LUCK AGAIN

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cwi said...

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