Indian M'sians are nobody's 'fixed deposit'

comments     M Manoharan     Published     Updated

ADUN SPEAKS We live in interesting and monumental times. Not a day goes by without some prediction on the outcome of the 13th general election.

As widely acknowledged, premier Najib Abdul Razak has lost much ground with his dithering and flip-flop actions. He had started out in 2009 with great promise and bravado, telling his audience of the BN’s determination to reverse the losses of 2008.

He would be extremely happy if he scrapes through with a win if elections are called now.

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