Putera MICNS Ponggal Fest





January 20, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Uniforn Donation

Recently Putera MIC Negeri Sembilan with c0-operation with Persatuan Sivik India Selaru organized a charity program for poor Kuala Pilah Indian students ; donate uniform,bag and shoes. 30 students participate in this event. Around 250 people attended this program in Kuala Pilah.
Selaru Uniform

Dr.S.Thinagaraj giving away the school uniform

Uniform Selaru Group

January 20, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

MIC Tidak Terpinggir-D’TR

MIC tidak terpinggir dalam BN

SEREMBAN – Pengerusi MIC Negeri Sembilan, Datuk T Rajagopalu berkata, masyarakat India seharusnya bersyukur kerana kerajaan pimpinan Barisan Nasional (BN) yang sentiasa memberi perhatian serius terhadap hal-hal kebajikan kaum India.

Menurutnya, kaum India tidak pernah terpinggir dalam kelompok masyarakat Malaysia kerana kebajikan mereka sentiasa dijaga oleh pihak kerajaan.

“Masyarakat India tidak pernah dipandang sepi oleh kerajaan dan setakat ini kita dapat hidup dalam keadaan aman dan selesa,” katanya.

Menurutnya, sepanjang 50 tahun MIC memimpin bersama BN, pihaknya tidak mempunyai sebarang masalah dan BN nyata peka dengan kepentingan dan keperluan masyarakat India.

Beliau berkata demikian ketika berucap pada Majlis Penghargaan bintang dan pingat kehormat anjuran MIC Bahagian Rasah Dan Seremban yang berlangsung di Dewan Wisma MIC Negeri Sembilan, baru-baru ini.

Pada majlis tersebut, seramai 23 penerima kaum India antaranya, Ketua Puteri MIC Negeri Sembilan, Sakthi Mohanadass, Timbalan Ketua Pemuda MIC Negeri Sembilan, Thirunaukarasu dan Ketua Putera MIC Negeri Sembilan, Dr SThinagaraj.

Dalam perkembangan lain, beliau berkata pemberian pingat itu juga nyata menunjukkan kerajaan tidak pernah mengetepikan golongan India dengan turut memberi penghargaan kepada mereka yang berjasa.

January 7, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Samy Says- Release Them

Release Hindraf 5 Says Dato’Seri S.Samy Vellu

     Release the HINDRAF 5, says Samy Vellu MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu today asked the government to release the five Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) leaders under detention, saying two of them should be freed sooner because one was ill and the other was now an elected representative. He said R. Kenghadaran, 40, “is very sick” and M. Manoharan, 46, had won a seat in the March 8 general election. Manoharan had won the Kota Alam Shah state seat in Selangor on a DAP ticket. Samy Vellu also said that V. Ganabatirau, 34, and K. Vasantha Kumar, 34, had not been very much involved in the massive rally organised by the unregistered Hindraf in Kuala Lumpur on Nov 25 last year, which was a reason for the five to be detained under the Internal Security Act (ISA). The fifth Hindraf leader under detention is P. Uthayakumar.

      The MIC president spoke at a news conference after opening a workshop on “Rebranding the MIC” attended by the party’s 150 divisional leaders, here. He said Ganabatirau, and Vasantha Kumar were “not very much involved (in the rally), so the government has to make a decision.” The MIC supremo also said that his asking the government to release the five Hindraf leaders was not for publicity or a move to win back Indian support for the party, touted to be the largest Indian-based political party in the country.

     “This is done in fairness, sympathy and, also, we feel that we as Indians have to do something about it. It is not a publicity stint,” he said. He said that though the party had received harsh criticism from certain quarters for failing to safeguard the welfare of Indians in the country, it would continue to do what it can on matters concerning the community. “If they (those detained) go ahead with the advice of their lawyers, many things could happen. They should not simply be attracted to those people who want to argue for them. Many people like to argue for them so that they can get publicity. We don’t want the publicity, we want the truth,” the MIC chief said.

     The Hindraf leaders were detained in December last year. Hindraf had also made several claims, which had been described as preposterous by most people and which were subsequently denied by the authorities. Hindraf also submitted a memorandum containing various baseless accusations to the British High Commission here. The five Hindraf leaders were detained under the ISA after the authorities found that they had touched on sensitive religious and racial issues and had made seditious statements against the government. Manoharan has become the third ISA detainee to contest and win a seat in a general election. Chan Kok Kit and Chian Heng Khai contested the Sungai Besi (Selangor) and Batu Gajah (Perak) parliamentary seats, respectively, on a DAP ticket in 1978 and won.

January 1, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Dato’Seri Against Hudud

KUALA LUMPUR, 27 Dec 2008: MIC president Datuk Seri S Samy Vellu has asked Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to state his stand on PAS’s intention to introduce hudud laws in the country.

He said Anwar, who is Parti Keadilan Rakyat adviser, should not remain silent on the issue as failure to state his stand on the implementation of the Islamic penal code could trigger a protest by Indian Malaysians.

He said there was already a “silent protest” among Indian Malaysians after PAS vice-president Datuk Husam Musa reportedly said that PAS had not forgotten its aim of implementing hudud in the country.

“Anwar should explain his stand and that of the party he represents so that the people, especially non-Muslims who support the opposition, will be able to evaluate and come to a decision on whether to continue to support the opposition,” Samy Vellu said in a statement here today.

He said during the 8 March general election, many Indian Malaysians carried PAS flags “but is this how PAS and the other opposition parties reward them”.

He said it was clear that Indian Malaysians were opposed to the implementation of hudud.

With the latest developments, Samy Vellu said, Anwar should “clear the air” on the issue as failure to do so would only prove that Anwar and the opposition were taking the people for a ride.


January 1, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment