Show us the money, Kayveas says of funds for Indians

comments     Koh Jun Lin     Published     Updated

The People's Progressive Party (myPPP) president M Kayveas has raised questions about the disbursement of government allocation to the Indian Malaysian community.

He said that while the prime minister has allocated much money to community, the allocation is always channelled through the same people whom he brands as “show artists”.

“They think they represent the Indians but they don't represent the Indians. They represent themselves.

“And today they are a failure, completely illegal, fighting, don't know who is (whom)... So much so that we don't want to call anybody (because) we don't know how to call.

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