Voting trend had gone beyond race, MIC tells UiTM

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While Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) pro-chancellor Abdul Rahman Arshad wants Chinese and Indian vernacular schools to be wiped out, the MIC today slammed such views as it says that the 13th general election shows Chinese-educated and Malay-educated citizens had voted beyond racial lines.

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