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Samy Vellu’s Own Battle….

Ex-MIC Youth Chief S.A. Vigneswaran said that all the battles that MIC had fought over the years with so many Indian leaders were not the party’s battles but Samy Vellu’s own.

Vigneswaran also advised MIC president to leave and prove that he can survive without MIC or bury MIC.

Meanwhile, our dearest MIC president declared that he wont be leaving MIC and his position. He also added that his position is not decided by MIC Youth. (Did you all aware of it our young MIC followers?).

The best part of this story is, Samy Vellu saying that the resignation of Youth Chief was to give way for the younger generation to serve the party.

He also adding by saying that, “There are alot of Young graduates who want to help the party but cannot do so as others are holding the post of Youth Chief for too long”.

What a funny and stupid statement…. He really want young generation to lead the party, but he wont give up his position…

Where MIC is heading?

I really hope and pray to god, that you will lose in next presidential election Mr Samy…

That day will be a day that all Indian in Malaysia remember and celebrate… You will see it…


Source: New Straits Times, June 30 08,



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Malaysiakini: “Samy hasn’t done anything…”

“We trusted him so much back in those days… we were happy with whatever we received because back then, we believed that our leader will take care of our needs,” Apparao expressed.

“For so many years he has done hardly anything to benefit the Indian community. But the younger generation will not sit back and take it any more… they will question like they did during the Hindraf mass rally,” he added.

“This is not a personal grudge against him (Samy Vellu) but it is high-time for him to give up his position to someone else more capable because the Indian community is not prospering under his guidance,” said Apparao.

Apparao Ramadumala, 50, a party loyalist of more than 30 years, was one of the afew who had gathered for the rally. He expressed utmost regret and disappointment towards Samy Vellu’s leadership.


Source: http://www.malaysiakini.com


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PUTERA MIC award for blogging excellence



When Malaysian were hit by fuel price Tsunami, MIC come up with some sort of blogging award…

According to Malaysiakini report, Putera MIC wants to expose more Indian youths to blogging and encourage them to be fair in their postings and content.

As far as i concern, the posting and contents will be fair if MIC fair enough in their action. Nobody will criticise MIC if everything fine. The problem is there is alot of grass roots problems that MIC have to solve. Which they failed to do until now…

Furthermore, as reported in Malaysiakini, the latest move by Putera MIC is seen as an attempt to regain lost ground, especially after losing support from the Indian youths.

Once again im telling you guys, Indian youth wont support you just because you giving award to them or encourage them to blogging… Do something to the mass society. Dont waste peoples money by organizing such events, because as a member of  community i feel that you people wasting the money. Which can be used to aid our indian brothers and sisters(those who really need money).

We Malaysian Indian Youth start blogging not because someone told us to do so. We learn to do so when we realise that my community needs me. We not hoping to get awards for what we are doing now. We blogging as volunteer and standing together with public.

Yes we are critical towards MIC, but do MIC take it into account? If really MIC going to help INdian Community, then it should consider the views and opinion because im part of the Indian Community also.

Anyhow, those who(of course blog which content pro MIC writtings) will get the award, my best wishes… But dont forget your responsibility to your community…

A political party always full of agendas… but my pity Indian Community demmed in full of sadness… Lets change it… Blogging to bright the community, not for the award!!!


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MIC Report Card


REbranding exercise will be start from performance rating system to evaluate the effectiveness of MIC branches. In addition to the rating system, a people satisfaction Index (PSI) also will be introduced in july, to gather feedback from grassroots.

Interseting part is, Samy vellu said that there is alot of Indian Youngsters were eager to join the party. ANd they aim to recruit 50000 new member.

I read this news in The Star, while reading it, i questioned myself, thus it make any sense or does it called re-branding process?

I don know. But the statement that alot of young people were very eager to join the party… i dont think so… What they meant by young people? those who in middle 30’s and 40’s?

Talking…Talking…Talking… keep on talking… But nothing has Change…

To indian youngsters, dont believe or depend on others. Believe in yourself. Small changes within you can bring a massive changes to the Community. Our Futures not in MIC’s hand/leaders hand, it in our hands, hold it tight and make your first step to start the journey. New Malaysian Indian Journey… You will be that New Malaysian Indian one day. BELIEVE!

Even HINDRAF also start their journey alone, but now we can see how massive is the impacts on our community…. Arise! Awake! stop not till the GOAL is reached!!!


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MIC re-branding, what is the point?



RM 500,000 will be spent on new uniform, new logo and letterhead.

Does it make any sense? This is not a product re-branding process. If the uniform is changed, does it means MIC has change? What is the point by changing the cloths, when people inside the cloths still the same.

Changing the logo doesnt mean anything, people do not join a party or support by viewing the logo. If the logo is new, many youngster will join? Please la. It shows your lacking of idea again. Wont you learn a lesson from previous events Dr.Semi Value?

The best part is, changing letterhead. There is no point in changing letterhead while the party’s head is still the same person.

Do MIC think that Indian people is stupid and blind? We all know this trick Mr. Semi Value. By changing uniform, logo and letterhead, you are not changing anything. You can say that it will attract more youth to join and support MIC? Please wake up, todays youth not like your time, when you give new cloths, money, drinks etc.. they will follow you. That time has vanished since November 25 2007.

Here what we need, Not new Uniform, but new leader to wear that Uniform!

Not new logo, A new leader who can help their community. Logo doesnt mean anything! 

Not new letterhead, but new President name in that letterhead. We are bored with your MIC, its always about you, not the public!

You want to re-brand?

Tell us what happened to MAIKA holding.

Tell us that Indian student will get scholarship to aid their education (i mean indian students, not your ketua bahagian’s son or doughter or their reletives!!! we seek of it)

Tell us that all Indian in Malaysia will be treated equally as other races!

Can you?

Please dont waste the RM 500,000. Use it to aid those people who really need it. Atleast people will try to believe what you are saying. Dont waste the money!


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Murugesan defend MIC: Let it be… he say. Can we let it be?

Ever since I journeyed into cyberspace and joined the blogging community, I have been inundated with calls to work towards the dissolution of MIC or to join a multi-racial party.

Invariably, the calls come from Malaysians of Indian origin. Why are they so eager to see MIC dissolved?

Pakguard84 answer: (Because basically MIC did nothing for the Community! MCA and UMNO atleast did something to their people. MIC is a political party which should available for people when there is a problem arise. Not only available to those in position such as Ketua bahagian, delegates and so on. Does it means normal Indian people do not deserve to get MIC attention? If no, then Why should Malaysian Indian Support MIC? What for?)

MCA, Gerakan and Umno suffered equally in the last general election but we seldom hear the Chinese or the Malays asking these parties to close shop. Is this because the other Barisan Nasional (BN) component parties in Peninsular Malaysia played their role and MIC didn’t?

Pakguard84 answer: (Yes you Hundred percent rite. What role does it play? Did MIC voice up when our Temples all demolished by local authorities? MIC just did some cover-up work for ruling government. People do not elect their leaders to do cover-up stories! They are the one who should Voice up the issues to Government. Did MIC do so? HINDRAF did, PKR and DAP did. So whats wrong if peoples support them? When a party not doing its job, what is the relevancy of its existence? )

Who are those calling for the MIC’s dissolution? The most vocal are non-members, people who did not vote for or support MIC to begin with. So what difference does it make to this group whether or not the party continues to exist?

What is their exigency in seeing the demise of MIC? Could this be supporters of the opposition who fear that MIC might make a strong comeback in the next polls?

Pakguard84 answer: (So, you admit that only members can voice and seeking help to the party. MIC is not for the whole Indian Community in Malaysia? Whether you accept the reality or not, Malaysian Indian Community is not the same as before, they need a leader who can give everything they got without choosing between member and non member. And the reason why they calling for the MIC dissolution is, MIC still keep on saying that they are the one who represent Indisn Community in Malaysia, which is not true… Got it? )

For those who claim that MIC has not done anything for the Indian community, here are some facts and figures:

•   MIC, through it education arm MIED, has disbursed over RM85 million in scholarships and study loans to deserving Indian Malaysians over the last 23 years. It is currently assisting 1,200 Indian Malaysians studying worldwide, through study loans. Most of these loans are only recovered after legal action is threatened.

•   Annually, MIED encourages academic excellence among Indian students by identifying and awarding top achievers in the UPSR, PMR, SPM and STPM examinations.

•   MIED has prepared and printed workbooks for Tamil school students sitting the UPSR examination and has distributed these free of charge. There has been a marked improvement in the students’ achievement since this programme was introduced.

•   Tafe College has produced tens of thousands of para-professionals. And let’s not forget, the setting up of the Asian Institute of Medicine, Science and Technology University in Baling, Kedah.

•   MIC’s social arm, Yayasan Pemulihan Sosial, handles an average of 30 cases a day.

Pakguard84 answer: (Most of MIC program is based on Education program. Ya, i know MIC is giving fund for good result students. Why just telling the good part only? Come on Mr. S. Murugesan, tell us what happen to Maika Holding? Can you tell that? I saw on tv news, what happen to those who asking about Maika Holding! They were pushed out. Those who bought the Maika Holding shares are MIC members too, and why MIC failed to give an exect answer regarding their money/shares? Will people still supporting a party which is full of Corruption Mystery? Ask yourself. Then, lets we talk about AIMST. What happen to the promises MIC made to those donors? There are a large amount of money were raised to build the University. People giving money with an hope that one day their children or grandchildren would benefit from that University. But now, do our Indian Community can really afford to enter the University, which is promised to our community. I don’t know whether this University is really build to aid our Indian Community, but the leaders promises that when they raised the fund!!! And there is more and more issues we can keep on arguing but there will be no solution. It still the same.)


So, for Mr. S. Murugesan’s information, People lose their faith with MIC long time ago. They need a good leader who can really understand lay-peoples Problem. A leader that can listen to publics problem. Definitely MIC cant be the one. One more thing, Dont ever think that Malaysian Indian Youth are supporting DAP, PKR, HINDRAF and other sorts of parties and group just because they were drunk. They are not the youth that MIC saw in 1970’s.


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