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MIC thuggery and gangsterim mismanaging the trust and rights of 66,000 Maika Holdings shareholders with thuggish and violent conduct repeated after 14 years – call on police to prove its efficiency and professionalism by arresting and charging the MIC Johore Assemblyman for Tenggaroh S. Krishnasamy for assaulting DAP MP for Ipoh Barat M. Kulasegaran
(Parliament, Wednesday) : The Police must prove its efficiency and professionalism by arresting and charging the MIC Johore Assemblyman for Tenggaroh, Datuk S. Krishnasamy for assaulting DAP MP for Ipoh Barat M. Kulasegaran at the Maika Holdings Bhd (Maika) Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Legend Hotel, Kuala Lumpur yesterday. Kulasegaran yesterday lodged a police report against Krishnasamy for the assault.
Krishnasamy’s misconduct yesterday is the latest scandal involving a Barisan Nasional elected representative defying the law in acting in a thuggish, gangsterish and violent manner at a public venue, the Maika AGM, to try to silence Kulasegaran from championing the rights of the 66,000 Maika shareholders. Kulasegaran is himself a Maika Holdings shareholder.
For two decades, the over 66,000 Maika shareholders had been having a raw deal especially after the infamous RM120 million Maika Telekom shares hijacking scandal where nine of ten million Telekom shares specially allocated to Maika were diverted to three private companies.
Fourteen years ago, on May 13, 1992, another MIC Assemblymen, the then Selangor Assemblyman for Seri Cahaya, S. Sivalingam, had also acted as a thug when he led an assault of Maika shareholders who were peacefully picketing against the Maika Telekoms hijacking scandal outside Maika headquarters. A woman, M. Pathmah was also assaulted and other victims were A. Sivanesan, K. Panjamurthi, K. Krishnan, S. Phulup Perumal and Kaliamah.
The history of MIC thuggery and gangsterism in the mismanagement of Maika Holdings to deny the rights of 66,000 Maika shareholders through a reign of fear and intimidation was repeated yesterday.
If Police does not take any action against Krishnasamy for his thuggish and gangsterish conduct, the issue will be raised in Parliament which will reconvene on Monday.
Opposition Leader, MP for Ipoh Timur & DAP Central Policy and Strategic
Planning Commission Chairman