“If he wins, the Prime Minister and I can confirm that he would be reappointed. Surely the Kuala Terengganu electorate would not reject someone who is, by all intents and purposes, already a deputy minister in the government”
What does the Deputy PM really meant with that statement – “would not reject someone who is, by all intents and purposes, already a deputy minister in the government”?… Click to read the rest
Malaysian Indian political leaders from both sides of the country’s political divide are heading to Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu in India this week to attend a conference which is likely to be an explosive affair.
Malaysian Indian political leaders from the MIC, DAP and PKR are heading for the southern Indian city to attend the three-day Pravasi Bharatiya Divas, better known as the Indian Diaspora Conference, starting Wednesday at the Chennai Trade Centre.