What's next for MIC following Palani-Dr Subra truce?

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ANALYSIS Last Sunday, the MIC headquarters in Kuala Lumpur was abuzz with activity with hundreds of MIC branch chairpersons converging there.

It was the day for MIC branch chairpersons from Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Pahang to personally receive the endorsement signature from president G Palanivel in their respective nomination forms for the MIC presidential election.

The next evening (Aug 19), Palanivel headed for Seremban where he received similar support from branch chairpersons in Negri Sembilan.

MIC sources said the overwhelming response received by Palanivel on these two occasions  had changed deputy president Dr S Subramaniam's mind about contesting for the top post.

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