How low can Najib go over the stateless in M'sia?

comments     Charles Santiago     Published     Updated

MP SPEAKS Sometimes, numbers do not matter. What's shocking is that Indian Malaysians are stateless in their own homeland. So let's not fight about whether there are 9,000 or 300,000 of them who are without personal identification documents.

And since Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak has admitted, by default I must say, that there are thousands of stateless Indian Malaysians, he must mobilise a special team to ensure they are registered immediately.

Making promises to look into the problem cannot be accepted any more.

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