Wednesday, April 14, 2010

P094 : KAJI KEANGGOTAAN MIC DALAM BN!! - Pemimpin MIC Hulu Selangor

Boleh jadi bila mendengar ugutan dari mereka-mereka ini Muhyiddin menjadi kecut kot hingga mengatakan beliau tidak menyokong Mugilan.. ha.. ha.. ha..

‘Jika cadangan dari Presiden kami sendiri ditolak, maka wajarlah MIC mengkaji semula secara serius keanggotaannya di dalam BN, semua orang disini merasakan perkara yang sama tetapi mereka tidak mampu menyuarakannya” kata Timbalan Ketua MIC Ampang AS Balagurunathan..

Tambahnya lagi “Ini maruah kami, tidak pernah terjadi sebelum ini keputusan MIC dipertikaikan oleh komponen BN yang lain”

Beliau juga menambah UMNO tiada hak untuk mencampuri urusan MIC kerana menurutnya Parti Melayu itulah punca BN hilang majority dalam PRU yang lalu..

“Dan jika bukan kerana UMNO, kita tidak akan hilang Hulu Selangor, Keputusan PRU yang lalu berpunca dari sikap keras kepala UMNO”

“Siapa Chua Soi Lek untuk mengatakan Palanivel itu bukan calon yang sesuai” kata orang dalam MIC.

Pemimpin MIC yang lain pula menambah hamper kesemua jentera pilihanraya akan boikot PRK itu jika Palanivel tidak dicalonkan..

Pemimpin-pemimpin dari akar umbi MIC akan melakukan serangan peribadi terhadap Mugilan, yang mana mereka akan mulakan dengan isu Mugilan bukanlah anak tempatan…

Sebahagian dari terjemahan aku.. seterusnya korang terjemah la sendiri..

Grassroots leader wants MIC to review BN membership


By Adib Zalkapli
KUALA LUMPUR, April 14 — With the Barisan Nasional (BN) leadership’s apparent endorsement of a V. Mugilan candidacy in Hulu Selangor, grassroots MIC leaders are now calling for the party to review its position in the coalition.

“If at all the president’s suggestion is rejected, then MIC should seriously think of its status in Barisan Nasional. Everyone here feels the same but they couldn’t bring themselves to say it,” said Ampang MIC deputy chief A.S. Balagurunathan.

He earlier attended a joint press conference with 18 of the 22 state MIC division chiefs to declare their support for four-term Hulu Selangor MP Datuk G. Palanivel to be the BN candidate.

“This is our maruah (pride). It has never happened before where a party’s decision is interfered with by other component parties,” he told The Malaysian Insider.

MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu has backed his deputy Palanivel to contest the seat that he lost in Election 2008 to PKR’s Datuk Dr Zainal Abidin Ahmad.

But BN chairman Datuk Seri Najib Razak had said that he would have the final say on candidate selection, while Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has declared that a “local” would be fielded, a remark seen as an endorsement to MIC Youth deputy chief V. Mugilan.

The ruling coalition is expected to name its candidate tomorrow, two days before nomination on April 17.

“He is the most suitable leader. He was a former deputy minister, and now party deputy president so he can fight heavyweight candidates like Zaid,” said Balagurunathan referring to the PKR candidate, former Law Minister Datuk Zaid Ibrahim.

He added that Umno had no right to interfere in MIC affairs as he claimed that the Malay party was the reason for the BN’s poor performance in Election 2008.

“And if not for Umno, we would not have lost Hulu Selangor, the result of the last election was caused by Umno’s arrogance,” he said.

Palanivel lost to Zainal by a narrow 198 majority but all three state seats in the constituency, Hulu Bernam, Batang Kali and Kuala Kubu Bharu, remained under BN’s control.

The Indian party too is disappointed with the lack of support from other component parties in urging the BN leadership to respect its choice.

“Who is Datuk Chua Soi Lek to say Palanivel is not a suitable candidate,” said an MIC insider who claimed that the MCA president had spoken up against fielding the former deputy minister at the BN management committee meeting on Monday night.

“They should know if this can happen to MIC, it can happen to other component parties,” he added.

Another state MIC leader said the local machinery will most likely boycott the by-election campaign if Palanivel is not chosen.

“All 73 branches will close our operation centres. No more campaign,” he told The Malaysian Insider.

The Selangor MIC grassroots leaders are also set to launch personal attacks against Mugilan, which has started with the revelation that the MIC Youth deputy chief was not born in the constituency.

“He has a court case and police reports against him. All these will be used if he contests. Zaid will win for free,” said a Selangor division leader.

Mugilan had filed a suit against the Tamil Youth Bell Club for his removal as vice-president late last year, but he reportedly said early this week that he is withdrawing the challenge.


The Malaysian Insider

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