Spurned by BN for decades, Blue Valley's Indians plead for help

Geraldine Tong

Modified 25 Jan 2019, 11:57 pm

CAMERON POLLS | Throughout the Cameron Highlands by-election campaign, BN's slogan has been "tiada janji, lihat bukti (no promises, just look at the evidence)."

But for the Indian community in the Blue Valley region, who make up 81 percent of the electorate in this polling district, the only evidence they saw was empty promises to help them make an honest living.

During a recent visit to the area, Malaysiakini met Ramsamy, 72, and his daughter R Revathi, 49, who live in a dilapidated wooden house that also doubled as their food stall, which feeds workers from the surrounding farms...

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