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Malay-Indian party urges government to set up bureau to address Indian community's problems

Kuala Lumpur, Tue, 20 Sep 2011 ANI

Kuala Lumpur, Sept 20(ANI): Malay- Indian political party Makkal Sakthi has urged Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak to set up a bureau specifically to tackle problems faced by the Malay-Indian community.


Party president R.S. Thanenthiran said the current Cabinet is unable to resolve all problems confronting the Malay-Indian community, the Star reports.


"The Indian community is being plagued with problems and it is vital for the Government to step in to help them," he said.


Thanenthiran urged the Malaysian Government to look into plight of Tamil schools and Indian involvement in Govern-ment-linked companies in the country.


Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) President G. Palanivel and Malaysian Human Resources Minister Dr S. Subramaniam are among Indian representatives in the Cabinet. (ANI)


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