KUALA LUMPUR, July 11 (Bernama) -- The MIC is not keen on any debate at this
point in time, as it would neither solve an issue nor benefit the Indian
community, said party secretary-general Datuk S. Murugesan.
He said, what the Indian community currently expected was more beneficial
and concrete action to uplift their living standard, and less talk from their
"All these debates might sound exciting but how it will help the man in the
street is still debatable," he said here today.
Furthermore, he said, the party felt there was no point in engaging in
debates with Indian opposition leaders who did not even command support from the
Indian community, or represent the voice of the majority.
"Neither DAP nor PKR are Indian majority parties although they have Indian
MPs (members of parliament) and assemblymen. These MPs and assemblymen have no
voice within their own parties," added Murugesan.
He was asked to comment if there was a need for debates on Indian issues
involving certain parties and non-governmental organisations.
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