MIC wants to ‘rescue’ Hindu Board in Penang?
COMMENT It is a comedy of a strange kind that the MIC, having abandoned the Indian community for the last 59 years or so, has the nerve to talk about representing it. Despite the never-ending leadership squabbles and conspiracies hatched, the party under the present leadership of S Subramaniam, its president and Health Minister, remains a poor and miserable choice for Indians in the country.
As I have said on numerous occasions, the party is a poor choice for Indians and there is no sign that the party and its leadership will do anything meaningful for the progress of the community that has contributed so much to the development of Malaysia.
Although Subramaniam has refused to comment on whether he was involved in a conspiracy with the Registrar of Societies (ROS) to remove the former president, G Palanivel, he seems to be speaking on matters on which he has little or no knowledge.