MIC’s Past And Present
Recently, internal MIC crisis is the word of mouth in Malaysia. It’s not the issue now. Previously, Dato S. Subramaniam was the deputy President of MIC. Currently, Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam is the Deputy President. There must be any specialty in the Subra’s name.
The 8th President of MIC since 2010 till date, YB Datuk Seri G Palanivel was a Member of Parliament for Hulu Selangor since 1990 till 2008. Then, he became a Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department. Currently, he is the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment. Present Deputy President of MIC, Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam served as Human Resource Minister from 2008 until 2013 and the Member of Parliament representing Segamat since 2004 till now. He is the current Minister of Health. He has served as Parliamentary Secretary of Ministry of Housing and Local Government from 2004 till 2008. He was one of only three MIC candidates who managed to retain their parliamentary seats in the 2008 general elections.
The second longest serving minister in the country after Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz, Dato Seri Samy Vellu started his political career in 1961 and became 7th President of MIC in 1979 till 2010. He was first appointed to the Malaysian cabinet in 1979, as the Government and Housing Minister. He then went on to serve until 1989, as the Works Minister. From 1989 to 1995, he became Malaysia’s Minister for Energy, Telecommunication and Post. In 1995, he returned to the Works Ministry until he lost his parliamentary seat in the 2008 general elections. Former Deputy President of MIC from 1979 to 2006, Dato S. Subramaniam was the Member of Parliament for Segamat since 1990 till 2004 and former Deputy Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs.
These two Deputy Presidents were Member of Parliament for Segamat and Subra’s had enmity with their President. “Dato Seri Samy Vellu removed his Subra three days before nomination day by endorsing fresh candidates as the current Subra’s name for the party nomination list during the 5th President governing moment. It is well known country’s statement. It can be one of the reasons for the current crisis. Even to date, this has been spreading in internet since 2006.There is nothing in the name. The leaders should be responsible and do good deeds for Indian society who still believing them rather than having internal misunderstandings,” says a common Indian who having busy life routine. Meanwhile, “I do not have anything more to say. As a party member, I hope for the best. I am positive that after the meeting of the leaders, we can settle the problem and strengthen the party,” expressed by MIC Central Working Committee (CWC) member P. Kamalanathan.
MIC is a 69 years strong foundation since before Merdeka. It’s was a voice of Indians. The competitors number of political parties, NGOs and agencies escalating presently. Many Indians concerning in various political parties as PKR and DAP. Even there is Indian Progressive Front (IPF) founded in 1990 by M.G.Panditan, Malaysian Indian United Party (MIUP) founded in 2007 by K.S.Nallakaruppan. Parti Keadilan Indian Malaysia (MIJP) founded in 2013, Malaysian Makkal Sakhti Party (MMSP) founded by R.S Thanenthiran in 2009 and People Progressive Party (PPP) founded in1953 by Seenivasagam Brothers. To provide their customers who are Indians, MIC should serve brilliantly to remain relevant. Whatever said and done, please do respond us at iTimes.My in view of the fact that your feedbacks and comments are most welcomed.