Sunday, December 02, 2007

Abdullah slams Hindraf over allegations

MALACCA: Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi tore into the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) yesterday, saying that it is spreading blatant lies with the intention of arousing hatred among multiracial Malaysians and sparking racial clashes.

Singling out Hindraf’s accusation that the Government was carrying out ethnic cleansing of the Indians in Malaysia, the Prime Minister fumed: “I'm really angry, I rarely get angry but this blatant lie cannot be tolerated at all.”

Abdullah even offered to resign if there was proof that the Government was involved in ethnic cleansing.

He said he did not want the people, especially the Indians, to be misled by Hindraf's unfounded claims and allegations, hoping that other races would not show sympathy towards the Indian activist group.

However, despite his anger during the 20-minute press conference where he dealt mostly with the Hindraf issue, Abdullah pledged to look after the interests and the well-being of the Indian community.

“The social problems faced by the Indian community are clear. I have never said no. We support the Indians but there are some quarters instigating them and making them feel unhappy with the Government,” he said..


What happen to Ali Rustam's words at PPP meeting? Does this mean what ever he said was true?

Pak Lah, why you were not there to accept the memorandum when Hindraf went to you office?
Pak Lah, why there were no action since after you received the memorandum.
Why wait for a major incident then say "we have that plans and this plans and this and that.

Like in Ijok, BN waited till the election to develop the constituency. Nothing major was not done until the by-election. If you say you you have been doing, why you did the "over night change" to the town? this is a clear message from BN you only do things for the election not for people. And I remember the current MP said "I know all the problems faced by the Ijok people", does that mean the earlier MP does not know and then BN failed to deliver for and to the people? And if he knows the problems he should have work with the earlier MP to deliver.

BN if you really work "for people, to people, by people" you don't even need to campaign during election. For sure you will win. You have failed! Take Tan Sri Lee lam Tay as an example in actual he don't need to campaign when he was MP because he was a people's MP.

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