Posted in Indian

Resolve our own problem of statelessness first

By N. Ganesan

(Hindraf national advisor)

The problem among the Indian poor, attempting to live normal productive lives without MyKad, without birth certificate and with red identity card continues in spite of the statistics issued from time to time by government agencies like Special Implementation Task Force (SITF) or by outsourced BN partner NGOs like Development of Human Resources in Rural Areas (DHRRA).  All of this points to the failure of current policy of the BN government in providing the basic right of citizenship to this most vulnerable segment of our society.

Continue reading “Resolve our own problem of statelessness first”

Posted in Sosial

Uthaya’s sedition sentence double his ISA time

By N. Ganesan

(Hindraf national adviser)

Hindraf calls upon the Kuala Lumpur High Court Judge to exercise his discretionary powers to review the sentence and conviction of Human Rights Party (HRP) secretary general and ex-Hindraf legal advisor P. Uthayakumar. Continue reading “Uthaya’s sedition sentence double his ISA time”

Posted in Evangelista Bintang Tiga

Main reason those people are very dangerous

By N. Ganesan

Hindraf national adviser

(31 May 2013)  There is a dangerous trend developing in the public information domain that bodes ill for us all Malaysians.

We used to criticize the mainstream print media for its untruthful and biased reporting of events and occurrences around the country. Now it looks like that is coming full circle with the online media, social media all resorting to similar yet more vicious campaigns of untruths and distortions of truths. Continue reading “Main reason those people are very dangerous”

Posted in Pakatan

Pakatan’s principles? What principles?

N. Ganesan

I refer to recent media reports where Anwar has gone on record stating that Pakatan will review its recently released Manifesto Rakyat to include five additional pledges to the Indian electorate.

Anwar needs to be given a pat on his back for the courage to admit this large error of omission after so much argument on principle – principle of need based versus race based and principle of policies that transcend race. In this latest outcome those principles did not seem to matter. Continue reading “Pakatan’s principles? What principles?”