Hindraf is on the wrong track

comments     V Ganabatirau & K Vasantha Kumar     Published     Updated

COMMENT Our intention is not to engage in polemics with Hindraf but to weigh in on the current debate on Hindraf's plan of socio-economic advancement for the Indian poor and how that vision can best be fulfilled.

We feel we have a right to our views as Malaysians and as ISA detainees of the Hindraf-led campaign of late 2007 that culminated in the historic march of Nov 25 that year...

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