It looks like you are invited to visit Malaysia by the Malaysian government. When you come, don't merely compare Indians living in Malaysia to Indians living in India. It is not a fair comparison. Please ask good questions.
Remember to compare two Malaysian citizens - the Indian Malaysians and the bumiputera - in terms of economic opportunities, educational opportunities and property ownership. Don't just come to dine well, listen to a few high profile Malaysian Barisan Nasional politicians and visit the few pre-arranged sites.
Please talk to the Indian Malaysians who can tell you the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Please talk to the Indian Malaysian who cleans the toilet in the prime minister's office and the factory worker who is unable to buy a house.
Please talk to the young Malaysian Indian who is unable to further their studies abroad because no scholarship is available or speak to the students who cannot enter government-run universities even though he has better results than the bumiputera.
Please talk to the Indian Malaysian women about their struggles. Talk to those who have been in civil service for many years but are denied promotions that are reserved for bumiputera. Please talk to the Indian Malaysian who has to pay more than a bumiputera for the same house. Please speak to Indian Malaysians who have actually been marginalised by the Malaysian government.
Ask how many Indian Malaysians are sponsored by the government to go abroad for their studies. Ask how many Indian Malaysians are given land to prosper under any of Malaysia's five year plans. Ask how many loans for Indian Malaysian young entrepreneurs have been approved.
Don't fall into any traps. Don't get too mesmerised by the long bridges, tall buildings, clean streets and wonderful reception. Please ask all the questions above of the Indian Malaysian community and compare them to the bumiputera. Please be fair. After all, both are citizens of Malaysia.
Please investigate the Indian Malaysian economic status trends of the past 50 years. You will know who is telling the truth.