*NOTE : This post reflects my personal opinion, and not Putera MIC's, it's leaders or the members*

As most of you all know , this issue has been brought up by MIC president,Datuk Sri S.Samy Vellu few days back. Pemuda MIC Selangor even made Police report on this incident.

Now , Selangor state goverment is trying to "wash" their hands over this matter.

Our brother in Selangor state government , Dr Xavier Jayakumar said this to Malaysiakini earlier. ( my questions/comments in RED )
The Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) ordered the demolition of the 19-year old Sri Maha Kaliamman temple without the knowledge or directive of the Selangor state government. ( Is this how you guys run a state government? Dont know what is happening at grassroot level. Only kindergarden kids give answers like this , Saya Tak Tahu! )

He said the temple was also not registered with the Selangor state council. ( If it is not registered,it wont be taken care/protected? Good Answer !Pity those temples who have not registered yet! Beware of temple destroyer)

And it is not a temple, it is a shrine which it is located on a forest reserve. (It is just a shrine??? I have no comments on this. I leave my brothers in Hindraf or any other brother from Pakatan Rakyat to answer this statement themselves!! )
I must say Indian voters who supported Dr.Xavier Jayakumar during last General Election must be very proud!!

I can keep on asking 1001 question in this same issue. But I leave the questions AND answers to my good readers, for, they are the best judge in this reality show.

I don’t know how this man can give childish statements on the temple issue in Ampang. And Im still thinking where Manickavasagam went and hide.U all are great liers and gain votes with ur cheap lies. Now u guys cant run away and giving stupid reasons.I think you need a tuition class in order to improve your IQ. After this please go and find solutions to stop the temple demolishing. I think I have to stop here.

Dr M Kalaivani and B Buvaneswary, the wives of K Kenghadharan and V Ganabatirau, respectively recorded their appreciation for MIC president S Samy Vellu and other quarters who are pushing for the five's release.

Commenting on the statements by certain quarters who questioned the "integrity and sincerity" of Samy Vellu in declaring he had met with Abdullah and sought the release of the Hindraf leaders, Kalaivani said her family’s only wish was to see her husband's return.

"I'm sure it’s the same for the other detainees as well and we sincerely hope that no individuals would continue questioning the integrity of any leaders or individuals from any party or question why they are asking for the release of our husbands.

"We appreciate the efforts taken by anybody to secure the release of our husbands, and we sincerely hope that the prime minister, the Deputy Prime Minister (Najib Abdul Razak) and the Home Minister (Syed Hamid Albar) would seriously consider their release very soon," she said.

Kalaivani said her husband was being treated well and was provided with the necessary medical attention at the Kamunting Detention Centre.

"We would like to thank the government for having looked after my husband well. He has not had any problems with medication so far, and I’m thankful for that," she added.

Commenting on the anti-ISA vigil planned for tomorrow night, she said as long as the organisers have obtained the required permits to ensure the gathering is legal, she appreciates the effort of all quarters to highlight the plight of her husband and other Hindraf leaders.

"If they are going to do it legally, if they've got a permit, I really appreciate the efforts taken by these individuals. The vigil will be peaceful, so I don't think there is anything wrong with it - as long as they do it legally," she said.

Echoing her statements, Buvaneswary said she too disagreed with the planned gathering at Abdullah's Hari Raya open house as it may be detrimental to her husband’s chances of being released.

Contending that the rallies organised after the detention of the Hindraf five had deviated into becoming 'anti-government' rallies, Buvaneswary said they were defeating the purpose of highlighting the problems of the Indian community.

She said her husband had also told her to call for an end to such rallies.

"Who are these people to call for rallies? If our husbands wanted these rallies, their wish would be conveyed through us because we are their wives. What are the Hindraf coordinators trying to do now?"

"If you want the Hindraf five to be released, there are other methods of seeking this," she added.

The struggle of the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) is different now compared to when it started some 10 months ago under the leadership of the five who are currently under Internal Security Act (ISA) detention, said the wives of two leaders today.

Dr M Kalaivani and B Buvaneswary, the wives of K Kenghadharan and V Ganabatirau, respectively, said they were not comfortable with the direction in which the movement has taken.

Speaking at a press conference in Kelana Jaya, Kalaivani said aside from the goal of obtaining the release of the Hindraf leaders, what is of utmost importance is that the Indian community's problems are alleviated.

Both these goals can be affected without rallies planned by those now coordinating Hindraf activities.

On the contrary, they said the rallies may actually serve to harm the chances of the five's release.

"What I know from my husband, the struggle was different in the beginning and it seems to have taken a different turn at the present moment. I was not involved in Hindraf at all so I cannot comment on what their principles were," said Kalaivani.

"(But) from what we see in the present leadership, we’re not very comfortable with it," she added.

Citing plans by Hindraf to gather 10,000 people at Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's Hari Raya open house later next month, she said this would serve as a form of ‘intimidation’ rather than anything else.

Asked if her husband insisted on supporting the movement along such lines in the even he is released, Kalaivani said she would not support him.

"I feel that there are a lot of ways to help the community. You would have to ask my husband, but ... I would not support him if this is how the struggle is going to be.

"I personally feel there is a lot of other ways to continue helping the community, and this we would definitely do.

"If fact, I might even join him to do it together (if he chooses other means of helping the Indian community)," she said.

I even dowan to put a MR salutation in front of ur word bcoz i feel ur a cheap person.Who the hell are you to ask Dato Seri Samy Vellu to kneel and beg for forgiveness.He is brave enough to meet the PM.Not like ur leader who are hiding in London.I think u went mad after PR plan to form the new government failed.And for that u go and ask DSAI to kneel to all PR supporters.

What have you done for the community? You think by having meeting in Sentul and wearing Hindraf badge can solve all the problems is it?You even dont have a right to talk about MIC and Dato Seri.

If you don't like what Dato Seri S Samy Vellu is doing, just keep shut, and stay a side. Just see what Dato Seri is doing. Listen this, Dato Seri S Samy vellu is doing what you all suppose to do. If you have guts go and meet the PM. Don’t waste money on printing banner and use small children to gain sympathy. Atleast you should use the money to help Vasantha Kumar’s family when their house came to auction.Where were you that time?

I think you solve the problem between HIndraf and Makkal Sakhti first before looking into other matter.Look at your issues first. If Dato Seri can make the release the Hindraf 5 out from detention, I think better you guys go and find a good ropes to hang.

Go and argue with PR leaders about the temple demolished by MPAJ.Why u guys dowan to give any press statement? Go and argue with DSAI and find a good solution.Oh ya ..I forgot that he is busy creating another lie for all of you.Juz wait for his new date of new government formation.

Many Indian voters in the country who abandoned the MIC during the March 8 general election are now turning back to the party.

Hundreds of people had started thronging the party’s offices everyday, knowing that only the MIC could help them.

The Indian community has realised that it needed to have a close relationship with the Federal Government through the MIC in order to improve its livelihood.

They admit to having been confused and in disarray, that they were influenced into voting for the Opposition

MIC has an administration, offices and an experienced leadership, and has continued looking after the people despite having lost in the elections.

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