Guan Eng: Malaysian Indian Blueprint meaningless unless...

Modified 16 Oct 2017, 8:05 am

It is pointless to talk about the Malaysian Indian Blueprint (MIB) if identity cards cannot be issued to stateless Indians, said DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng.

In a statement, the Penang chief minister said that only with "meaningful" reforms like the approval for Tamil secondary schools, good university courses for Indian students and the setting up of a Hindu Endowment Board in every state to look after Hindu temples, can Malaysian Indians be confident that BN's MIB is not just another election gimmick.

"There is no reason why the Education Ministry refuses to permit a secondary Tamil school even though there are secondary schools that use Arabic, English or Mandarin as a medium of instruction...

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