Updated: 29 March 2015
Hindraf chairman P. Waytha Moorthy believes that at some point in time during the hearing of his class action suit in the London High Court (to begin tomorrow), Najib Razak would have to be subpoenaed to testify.
Waytha is also quoted in an FMT report today ‘Hindraf suit in UK not to embarrass M’sia‘ as saying that the May 2013 MoU between Hindraf and BN is among the thousands of documents which his organization has compiled for their case.
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Earlier and original posting as below
It was slightly more than a year ago that Hindraf chairman P. Waythamoorthy called on Najib Razak to quit as prime minister. Back then in mid-February 2014, Waytha had labelled Najib “a weak leader” who did not keep his promises.
Since then, more and more Malaysians are coming around to Waytha’s point of view with each passing day. Read about Waytha’s follow-up move @ ‘The Hindraf lawsuit in London this coming Monday (30 March 2015)’.
Updated: 27 March 2015
Najib talks about the importance of “leadership”, ahem-ahem
Why then the paralyzing reliance on Pemandu and all those multi-billion ringgit consultants and advisors?
These are the Indians who took to the street during the Hindraf rally to protest the marginalization of their community.
Marginalized Indians … their women folk are almost invisible.
The men folk make up a disproportionate number of the convicts in jail. A disproportionate number of criminal “suspects” under detention. A disproportionate number of custodial deaths in the police lock-up.
Otherwise they’re not really noticed in our midst. Until their uprising in November 2007.
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The kind of people swarming the PMO
Why keep the syok sendiri TalentCorp in the Prime Minister’s Office when the whole concept is counter-productive and so wasteful?
TalentCorp is essentially an outfit set up to beg Dapsters and Malay liberals to make Malaysia their home.
TalentCorp hosted career fairs for undergrads all around the world in places where it’s nice to go shopping and sightseeing.
The senior management of TalentCorp
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Look at the number of staff that TalentCorp has, http://www.talentcorp.com.my/about-us/staff-directory/
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was given a grand total of
… 2 …
of their own staff only to be stationed in Waytha’s Putrajaya office
BELOW: TalentCorp will be in The Oberoi, Dubai next week
Last year, in addition to Dubai, TalentCorp also went to Abu Dhabi, Doha, Manama and Muscat.
PM who doesn’t have his priorities straight
Najib Razak allowed the then Deputy Minister Senator P. Waytha Moorthy to bring in a grand total of TWO staff (his own selected Tamil speakers) to be on the government payroll.
Is it any surprise that Waytha walked out given the kind of “leadership” shown by Najib?
The BN signed an MoU with Hindraf guaranteeing the five-year Blueprint to help the poorest of the poor.
Najib did not give Hindraf any budget to carry out the programmes promised.
RM80m (or more) for TalentCorp this year alone
Instead Najib gives TalentCorp a budget of hundreds of million of ringgit.
This year alone, the operating budget for TalentCorp is RM20,000,000 plus another RM58,450,000 Special Projects allocation.
TalentCorp held their programmes in The Marriott, Melbourne; The Hilton, Adelaide. They’ve had recurrent [holiday] tours in Sydney, in Brisbane, in Perth, in Wellington, in Auckland.
In London, TalentCorp was at the Holiday Villa Hotel & Suites, at the Lancaster London, at the Cumberland Marble Arch, in Birmingham at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, in Newcastle, in Manchester, in Glasgow, in Dublin.
TalentCorp took their “Outreach” fun fair to Paris, to Nice – now nice – Lille, Aix-de-Provence (Urm, where dat? Got Malaysian students there, ah?). And Berlin, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf. Also Brussels.
BELOW: They were at this hotel in Bahrain (photo taken from TalentCorp Facebook captioned “Middle East Networking Dinner”)
Please check out their activities and their Facebook
On top of not delivering a budget, Najib allowed his Dapster Khairy to character assassinate Waytha Moorthy.
KJ, thank you.
KJ 10 Q
The “leadership” of Najib Razak
There are homeless people sleeping in the streets in KL who queue up for a bowl of charity soup.
The poor Indians have no home ownership either. Some have no job. Many among the DEWs (Displaced Estate Workers) have little qualifications and fewer prospects. Not much of a future to look forward to.
Overall, they have very low expectations of the government but for a brief moment, they did hold to some little hope with Waytha’s presence in Putrajaya.
They waited and waited. Until after the Budget Speech in October. Then they said, we’ll give Najib time until after the Umno general assembly in December.
From one postponement to the next, they waited for Najib to keep his word and BN to fulfil the terms of the MoU. Only to have disappointment after disappointment greeting them.
Now they’ve no more trust left in the Umno leadership after what they consider to be Najib breaking nambikei.
Some critics said Waytha should have tried harder to work with the system. How could he when Najib’s system and priorities are so screwed up?
Hindraf should just sue the Prime Minister for not upholding the MoU.