கோலாலம்பூர், நவ.25: மலாக்கா மாநிலத்தின் அண்மைய தேர்தல் எதிர்பாராத திருப்பங்களையும் ஆச்சரியத்தையும் அளித்துள்ள அதேவேளையில், நம்பிக்கைக் கூட்டணி தலைமைப் பொறுப்பில் இருந்து அன்வார் விலக வேண்டும் என்ற கோரிக்கையும் கூட்டணிக்குள்ளிருந்தே எழுந்துள்ளது. எல்லாவற்றுக்கும் மேலாக, அதிக அளவிலான இந்திய, சீன வாக்காளர்கள் இந்த மாநிலத் தேர்தலைப் புறக்கணித்துள்ளனர் என்றும் அதற்கு நம்பிக்கைக் கூட்டணி-யின்மீது அவர்கள் கொண்டிருக்கும் ஏமாற்றமும் எரிச்சலுமே காரணம் என்று பேராசிரியர் முனைவர் சுகுமான் நாராயணன் தெரிவித்துள்ளார்.
முரட்டு சுயநல தவளைகளுக்குப் பதிலாக மற்றவர்களை உள்ளடக்கிய அணுகுமுறையை இந்த நம்பிக்கைக் கூட்டணி கடைப்பிடித்திருந்தால், விடுபட்ட வாக்குகள் யாவும் இந்த அரசியல் கூட்டணிக்கு வந்திருக்கும்.
அதேவேளை, மலாக்காத் தேர்தலைப் பொறுத்தவரை தேசிய முன்னணி அபார வெற்றியைப் பெற்றிருந்தாலும் எண்ணிக்கை அடிப்படையில் பார்க்கும்பொழுது தேசிய முன்னணியின் வெற்றி என்பதைவிட அம்னோவின் வெற்றி என்று குறிப்பிடுவதுதான் சரியாக இருக்கும். மாறுபட்ட சூழலில் எதிர்கொண்டிருக்க வேண்டிய இத்தேர்தலில், மூடா கட்சி உட்பட மற்ற சிறிய கட்சிகளையும் நம்பிக்கைக் கூட்டணி அலட்சியம் செய்துவிட்டதாகவேத் தெரிகிறது.
நம்பிக்கைக் கூட்டணியின் இந்த நடவடிக்கை, பெரிய கட்சியா, சிறிய கட்சியா என்ற பாகுபாடின்றி அனைத்துக் கட்சிகளையும் ஒன்றிணைத்து வலிமையான கூட்டணியாக நம்பிக்கைக் கூட்டணியை கட்டியமைக்க வேண்டும் என்னும் பெரும்பேர் உற்சாகத்தை ஏற்படுத்திய போர்ட்டிக்சன் பிரகடனம் கடைசியில் ஒன்றுமில்லாமல் போய்விட்டது, குழப்பத்தை உண்டாக்குகிறது.
தேசிய அரசியலில் மலாய் வக்குகள் மூன்றாக பிளவுபட்டுள்ள நிலையில், வரும் பொதுத் தேர்தலில் இது நான்காகவும் பிரியக்கூடிய சாத்தியம் உள்ளது. இப்படிப்பட்ட நிலையில், சிறுபான்மை வாக்குகள் முக்கிய் இடத்தைப் பெறுகின்றன. குறிப்பாக, இந்திய வாக்காளர்கள் ஏறக்குறைய 40 தொகுதிகளின் வெற்றியை உறுதி செய்வார்கள்.
எனவே, நம்பிக்கைக் கூட்டணி, உடனடியாக தன்னை தக அமைத்துக் கொண்டு, அனைத்துத் தரப்பினரையும் ஒருங்கிணைக்கும் முயற்சியில் ஈடுபட வேண்டும். இது, வெளித்தோற்றத்தில் பிரம்மாண்டமாக தெரியாமல் போகலாம்; ஆனால், இப்படிப்பட்ட அரவணைக்கும் போக்கு வெற்றிப் பயணத்தை நுட்பமான முறையில் உறுதி செய்யும் என்று முனைவர் ந. சுகுமான் வெளியிட்டுள்ள அறிக்கையில் மேலும் குறிப்பிட்டுள்ளார். ... See MoreSee Less
November 25th 2007 is an unforgettable day for every Indian in this country. It was a historic day of a revolution by the downtrodden Indians. Indians are known to be a very contented community and do not go against their masters despite oppression and injustices. More than 200 years of Malaysian Indian history has moulded a community which tolerates all kinds of injustices right from near-slavery treatment by the British up to the marginalization and discriminations post-independence.
During my journey pre-Hindraf rally, I realized the Indians were trapped in a mindset of FEAR. Fear they will lose the little rights they have, should they speak up. One must remember most Indians were brought in to work as labourers and many continued to be; and oppression and suppression went on for up to probably 5 to 6 generations, so much so, it became part of their lives. The very few who spoke up in the early colonial days were kicked out from plantations as trouble makers. Some were even sentenced to death. For Indians they fear they would lose the little security they had. Guess what that security was? It is nothing but the “security of living with what they had through poverty and the so-called availability of state protection”.
Yes, the Indians do not have a stake in Malaysia. The plantations they lived in were considered private property and did not come under any districts when demarcation of district borders was introduced in the early days. This led to them not being considered to be in the future Parliamentary demarcation seats. The Indians do not have a single Indian-majority parliamentary constituency to date, despite almost 2.3 million spread out throughout the country. Nor were they stake holders when independence talks took place.
Even though I was an observer of these injustices from 1999 onwards, I was one of those living in my comfort zone. Contended being a legal practitioner and trying to make some good money for my future. However events of temple demolitions and the case of body snatching of mountaineer M. Moorthy, despite the objections of the family and the eventual abdication of its constitutional duty by the High Court forced me to leave my comfort zone and speak up for the oppressed and the defenseless—otherwise there was no point in me doing all sorts of menial jobs to sustain myself for 8 years in England to obtain a Barristers qualification from the prestigious Lincoln’s Inn.
As the leader of Hindraf my biggest challenge was to free the mindset of the downtrodden Indians from their fear of repercussions from the authorities. Why should one fear the authorities when s/he is legally and constitutionally right?
November 25th 2007 was a day the Indians freed themselves from the shackles which imprisoned their mindset in fear for more than 200 years. It is a day every Indian felt enough was enough and stood up for what was right, just and constitutional.
It took the government by surprise that a docile community had risen against their authority hence the mass arrests, ISA detentions and accusation that I was linked to LTTE.
Fast forward, today, Hindraf has taken a new approach to empower the people politically despite the fact we do not have a single Parliamentary constituency with Indian majority. The 20 months I served as minister under the PH government was a new chapter to befriend the civil service and be part of the system that would help the community rebuild itself. Having served the Unity portfolio and being responsible for the socio-economic development of the Indian community and the Orang Asli, I trust many more could be achieved should the right Indian leaders be represented in Parliament. 20 months was not sufficient to help a community which suffered for more than 200 years. Hence the Malaysian Advancement Party is born out of Hindraf to take the new political approach. It is the only practical way for a permanent solution.
The struggle continues. Long Live Hindraf. Long Live Makkal Sakthi. ... See MoreSee Less
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But Hindraf has lost its importance no one is bothered about it anymore.
STATEMENT BY PROF. DR. N. SUGUMAN NARAYANAN SECRETARY-GENERAL
The recent Melaka state election provided interesting surprises and insights, among others, the call for Anwar Ibrahim to step down. A significant percentage of Indian and Chinese voters sat out this election indicating a strong sense of disappointment and annoyance towards PH.
These votes could have gone to PH had the coalition adopted a more inclusive approach, not with bullfrogs but with others. As such, while BN was perceived as the undisputed winner, the numbers really point to an UMNO victory rather than a BN one. In the run-up to the Melaka election, PH seemed to have shunned MUDA and other smaller parties.
I am baffled by this move, considering the excitement and drama that followed PH’s “Port Dickson Resolution” and its “Big Tent” approach that decided to befriend and engage other parties, large or small.
With Malay votes now split into 3 and possibly, 4 in GE15, minority votes turn crucial, for ex., Indian votes can decide 39-41 seats. PH should, right away, commit to an enlistment drive. This may not cause a shoo-in but the strategy, tinged with some humility, will immensely improve PH’s performance in GE15.
Perfectly said.... minority votes will be crucial moving forward...
Just cut the long story short ! And cut the crap ! Don’t beat around the bush ?
Asked yourselves a rational hypothetical question what the PH had done for the Rakyat as compared to BN !
Let’s be prudent, practical and realistic !
You’ll have had made the Rakyat lives even more miserable instead !
Just to prove yourselves ie ( PH ) are rather righteous, holy and honest. Hilarious !
We’re not interested on those !
We’re only interested on how you’ll could assist the poor Rakyat as to solved their immediate problems, etc.
Not go and take away their pieces of lands and their current livelihoods.
For your developments purposes and trying to save the money for the nation, etc.
Whilst you people craft fully siphoning money by millions and billions. In the name working for Rakyat ! Gosh !
“ Even MITRA’s funds also you’ll have had your own plans and agendas. Could have had helped a lot of real needy Indians’ entrepreneurs immediately. “
“ Nothing had been done. But, the funds got vanished today ! Yet you’ll still expect the Indians’ to support you’ll ? “
Do you’ll still have brains or not ?
Do not know what to say ?
Do you’ll think we’re dumb and can’t read in between the lines ?
You’ll got long way to go ... !
Remember we’ll supported you’ll once with our guts out and we’re also not a politician !
PH need new spirit n energetic leader, I m not say no to DSAI, but he as a high capable leader must bring forward more new generation via Rafizi Ramli n Nurul Izzah....this 2 fellow can make huge changes in PKR as well as PH
The opposition must be united under ONE umbrella or else it's not going to be an easy task ... put personal interests aside and look at the bigger picture.
PH will loose if DSAI don't change styles approach in before GE15..PH had most change.bring forward more New generation.
PH will loose if DSAI don't change styles approach in before GE15.
திருடி மட்டிக்கோண்ட விசாரணை கைதியக இருக்கும் பொது நாடாளுமன்ற வாசலில் எதுக்கு அனுமதிக்கிரிங்க ......
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MAP Youth welcomes the Federal Court’s decision for adopted children to unknown biological parents / abandonment to obtain citizenship.
The judiciary in maintaining its impartiality has interpreted the Federal Constitution and its objective against arbitrary and unilateral policies that persist in contrary to the Federal Constitution against those hapless children who are abandoned and continue to live in fear and isolation from the mainstream system due to their inability to establish citizenship.
A comprehensive reform paper was tabled by ex-Minister Waytha Moorthy Ponnusamy during the tenure of PH in relation to this category of adopted children along with five (5) other categories of Malaysians who are rightfully denied citizenship.
Although our Constitution caters to provide for naturalization for such a situation to prevent statelessness but due to unreasonable and flawed bureaucracy policies such a practical solution is an uphill battle with the agencies unless someone has the financial power and prowess to take it to the court to challenge it.
We at MAP youth urge the government to heed the Federal Court’s ruling and adopt the reform policies that was introduced by ex- Minister Waytha Moorthy for the other categories that are within the ambit of the Federal constitution to do justice for those helpless citizens who can qualify and be entitled for their citizenship.
Dr. V. Tamil Maran National Youth Chief Malaysian Advancement Party (MAP) ... See MoreSee Less
The Federal Court granted three orders in favour of the child, identified only as C to protect his identity.
“We hereby grant the following orders — a declaration that C is a citizen by operation of law by virtue of his birth in Malaysia, pursuant to Article 14(1)(b) read together with Section 19B of the Second Schedule,”
The two other orders were for a certiorari order to quash the Registrar-General of Births and Deaths Malaysia’s September 21, 2017 decision to issue a birth certificate which had registered the child as a non-citizen instead of a Malaysian citizen, and a mandamus order to direct the Registrar-General of Births and Deaths Malaysia to “reissue the birth certificate of the child to register the child as a citizen of Malaysia.”