Saturday, 19 January 2008

15,000 MIC members to demonstrate support for the PM tomorrow

More than 15,000 MIC members will meet the prime minister in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow as a demonstration of support for Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and the government

Organised by the Federal Territory MIC and dubbed "An Evening with the Prime Minister", the event at the Cheras Badminton Stadium will gather the largest ever number of MIC members at one location in recent times, MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said today.

Datuk Samy vellu told Bernama the gathering will pledge support for the Barisan Nasional (BN) and the prime minister.

This is the start of a series of such gatherings throughout the country aimed at bolstering the party's strength and support for the BN ahead of the next general election.

Carrying the theme "Unity and Solidarity with the BN", the event would set the stage for a more cohesive and coordinated effort to unite the Malaysian Indian community.

Samy Vellu is expected to use the gathering to speak on the need for the country's 1.8 million Indians to continue to lend their support to the ruling BN government and why they should be wary of tactics employed by the opposition parties to hoodwink Malaysian Indians at large.

Read the full report: here


Anonymous said...

Did he get a police permit to show support for PM ZZZZZZZZZZZ?

Sure wot! No need to ask also can. After all it is support for Pak Lah ZZZZZZZ. Anything for Pak Lak is wo kay. Like that Damai gathering.

Chit! Double standard.

Anonymous said...

Hei, make sure they got permit. Otherwise "water cannon" Tak apa, Tak payah semua boleh.

Anonymous said...

Desperate times calls for deperate measures.

Samy is trying to do a hindraf rally. Can also bring in a huge crowd. No problem.

Samy's battling for his political survival.

Ayoo yo samy, we can see through you.