Now Waytha wants Najib to resign (and join Hindraf!)

Posted: 17 Feb 2014 10:42 PM PST

After resigning as a deputy minister last week, Hindraf chairman P Waythamoorthy today called on PM Najib to step down, accusing him 'a weak leader and betraying the Indians'.

What TF! (Sorry bro...)

The majority Indians are with MIC, and Hindraf - once outlawed by the government, 'forgiven and spared a place next to PM' - has turned into a dog that bites the hands that fed him.

I am equally angry, disgusted and frustrated with him and I believe that's what Najib feels about the who affair. Compared with the moderates in MIC, Hindraf has been overboard in its demands for the minority its represents.

Let's wait and see their next move. Will they storm PWTC again or will they romp the guards at PMO and stage a demo at Perdana Putra.
KUALA LUMPUR: Hindraf chairman P Waythamoorthy today called on Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak to step down from office as he had betrayed the Indians by not fulfilling the promises made in the MOU signed prior to the 13th GE.
Making the call at a press conference here today, Waythamoorthy said Najib does not have the requisite will and courage to meet the demands made in the memorandum.
He further vented his disappointment with Najib, saying that over the eight months he had held 16 meetings with the premier to push the demands forward, as well as to obtain the necessary budget but Najib failed him.
Waythamoorthy, labelling Najib as a weak leader, said it was time he passed on the leadership to a more credible person.
In a bold move last week Waythamoorthy relinquished all his positions in the government and had apologised to the Indian community for failing them in getting their demands met by the Barisan Nasional government.
I wonder if Waytha knows the fact that there are more poor Malays - the majority - than the Indians. However, the governments never discount on effort to help others, including the Indians, Chinese and those in Sabah and Sarawak.

The country does not belong to one race and I dont like the 'Tanah Melayu' tag being used by some Malay NGOs against others. We must learn to be moderate and tolerate each other.

Yes, the government is not perfect. Nobody is but the 8 months wait and that 16 meetings Waytha had with PM requires time, planning and the right budget to implement. The MIC has been with BN for a long time now and they do understand the constraints faced by the government in providing assistance to all Malaysians, irrespective of race and religion.

Hooliganism is not the right manner to push for demands. Hindraf must work alongside with MIC, the Indian NGOS, the government and other authorities if it really has the intention to help the Indians.

Why cant he think for the Malays, Chinese and others as well? Economically, the Malays stood next to the Chinese and Indians in terms of equity, and you still accuse the government of neglecting the Indians?

May I ask you, which Indians are you referring to? The ones who were born here of those brought from India to join Hindraf? There were news that Hindraf also recruit those 'Indians' as members!

The BN government has been very fair in distributing whatever projects to Malaysians. As a Malaysian and a Malay myself, I see the Indians and Chinese as 'Malaysian brothers' as long as we can tolerate and do things together.

Yes, there are also bad Malays, Indians and Chinese but why are there more Indians getting involved in underworld activities? Don't say that being poor has driven them to do so but ask your fellow rich Indians what have they contributed to improve the livelihood of others?

Hindraf has a good objective but being radical, over-aggressive and inciting hatred towards the government is not the correct attitude. You cant expect things to fall from the sky upon one prayer!

Only Saipolbahri?

Posted: 17 Feb 2014 02:49 AM PST

Umno has suspended the membership of Bakri division chief Saipolbahri Suib after he was found guilty of 'money politics' during the party's election in November.

He deserves the suspension but I personally believe there were more of him.

Umno's disciplinary committee must conduct a thorough investigation into claims lodged by members about money being offered to about 200,000 delegates to choose division chiefs, Youth, Wanita, Puteri, MT (supreme council) and three vice presidents.

Saipolbahri shouldn't be made the only 'result of investigation' since others too, many believed, used money to woo support and votes.

There ought to be more of him...


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