Thursday, July 30, 2009


This post is reproduced from here\d-teohs-body-found/
Joint statement by Civil Society On The Death in Police Custody Of R.Gunasegaran1.

Brief Facts
R. Gunasegaran, aged 31, was arrested on the evening of 16th July,2009 in Sentul.His family members were later informed that Gunasegaran had, that sameday, died, due to drug abuse-related causes.
Similarly, a copy of the burial permit, issued by the hospitalauthorities, states that Gunasegaran died from drug-related causes.A post-mortem has since been carried out.The family of the late Gunasegaran had requested for a copy of thepost-mortem report but have been informed that the same will only bemade available after:
i) the body of Gunasegaran, which is still in the Kuala LumpurHospital mortuary, is removed; and
ii) thereafter, after a formal application is made for a copy of the same.The family of the late Gunasegaran have been informed that it willtake about two months from the date of application for a copy of thesaid post-mortem report before a copy of the same will be madeavailable to them.
Since first learning of the death of Gunasegaran, the family of thedeceased have since been in contact with eye-witnesses to Gunasegaran's arrest and detention by the police authorities and havebeen informed that:
i) at the time of his arrest, Gunasegaran was subjected to physicalassault by a member of the police force; and
ii) at the Sentul police station, where Gunasegaran and several otherarrestees were taken, Gunasegaran was subjected to further assaults bythe same police officer who had assaulted him earlier, but with muchgreater severity, causing Gunasegaran to lose consciousness which henever regained until his death.

2. The Wishes Of The Family Of The Late Gunasegaran. We are given to understand that the family, quite understandably,wishes to remove the remains of the late Gunasegaran as soon aspossible, to perform the requisite religious rituals and thereafter toallow Gunasegaran the dignity of a proper cremation.Yet the family also needs to know the truth of why Gunasegaran is nolonger with them, given the information that has now come to them, andin this regard are desirous that the post-mortem report be immediatelymade available to them.

3. Civil Society ExpectationsIn the first instance, we extend our condolences to the family of thelate Gunasegaran.We also join the family in insisting that the post-mortem report bemade immediately available to the family of the late Gunasegaran.We also call for the holding of an inquest to look into the cause ofdeath of Gunasegaran.We also call on the authorities to put a stop to this practice ofdeferring the delivery of the post-mortem report to the next-of-kin,in "death in police custody" cases, until after the body has beenburied and or cremated. Given the suspicious circumstances of deathsin many of these cases, it is simply unacceptable that the next-of-kinin such cases should not be privy to this important report before thebody of the deceased is buried or cremated.
We also take this opportunity to reiterate the many calls by civilsociety for the long overdue establishment of the IPCMC. We feel thathad this Commission been set up some time back, the number of "deathin police custody" cases may not have been as numerous as we have hadto endure.Finally, we extend to the family of the late Gunasegaran a commitmentto render all assistance in getting to the truth of the circumstancessurrounding the death of Gunasegaran and, should an inquest or anyother investigation disclose an element of foul play leading toGunasegaran's death, to pursue justice for Gunasegaran and his family.____Gunasegaran:

One more who went down Teoh Beng Hock's road?
Funds needed for post-mortem

How many more life will it takes?

Why is Gunasegaran dead?

Do you care?

Posted by Haris Ibrahim July 28, 2009At 5.10pm on 16th July, 2009, Malaysiakini first reported on thetragic death of Teoh Beng Hock.

Later that same night, a vigil was held outside the MACC HQ in ShahAlam attended by about 500 people, angered and horrified by Teoh'sdeath, the circumstances surrounding the same, and the patheticattempt on the part of the MACC to distance itself from anyculpability for this young man's tragic end.By the morning of the next day, it bacame clear that the generalpublic had not bought into the insensitive suggestion by a crass andcallous minister that Teoh had leapt to his death.The public wanted answers and relentlessly and loudly made this known.What the public did not then know was that shortly after Teoh's deathwas first reported by Malaysiakini, another, just slightly older thanTeoh but differently circumstanced, died in police custoody.R. Gunasegaran, aged 31, worked as a shop assistant in a toddy shop inSentul.On the evening of 16th July, Gunasegaran, along with several others,was arrested by an anti-dadah team.The arrestees were all taken to the Sentul police station.Two days later, on Saturday the 18th of July, the family ofGunasegaran was informed by the police that he was dead.Cause of death?According to the police, drug-related causes.The burial permit, issued by the hospital authorities, narrates the same.Drug-related causes, the burial permit declares, besides confirmingthat Gunasegaran was dead on arrival.The family was due to remove the body on Monday, 2oth July, forcremation, but inclement weather made this impossible.Divine intervention, it would seem, given the information that came tothe family of Gunasegaran soon after.Eye-witnesses to Guna's arrest and detention at the police stationhave given a version of events starkly at variance with the officialaccount.Guna, they say, was assaulted by the police at the time of arrest.At the police station, again, Guna was assaulted.This time, though, with such severity that Guna fell and lost consciousness.Guna, they say, never regained consciousness.The family have since requested for a copy of the post-mortem report.A post-mortem must already have been performed given the response tothe family's request for a copy of that report.The family have been told to first arrange for the body to be removedfrom the mortuary, and then make application for the report, whichwill then be delivered in about two months.You can well appreciate the dilemma of the family.Why is gunasegaran dead?Drug-related causes?Or police bashing?At a press conference today, the sister of the deceased, Madam Gowridemanded for a copy of the post-mortem report, if in fact such aprocedure has been carried out, and that an inquest into Gunasegaran'sdeath be carried out.

How many five years do you have in a life time?

Straight Talk Blog by khookaypeng30 July 2009

How Many Five Years Do You Have in a Life Time?

A few days ago, I received a sms from a friend informing me that shehas received an approval for her migration application to the US.Without hesitation, I called her up to congratulate her and remindedher to appreciate this opportunity.She has three school going children and it is not going to be easy forher, in her mid-40's, to uproot her young family from Malaysia tosettle somewhere thousands of miles away. Thousands of Malaysians areprobably doing the same yearly.Many of them decided to leave because all options have run out. Theydecided to leave because they do not see a future for their nextgenerations in this country. Friends who left their cushy jobs tomigrate do so because of their children. Not for their own comfort.This is why I have asked many friends this question, "how many fiveyears do we have in our life time?" How many five years can we affordto wait for real change to happen? Not that many. I have just sharedwith a friend that life is like a ticking time bomb. We not not knowwhen it will go off.The only thing we do not have in ample amount is time. Yasmin Ahmaddid not expect to leave us so soon. Beng Hock did not expect not towalk out from the MACC building alive. That is why we cannot expect towait forever for a real change to happen.Hence, I have been critical of the opposition PR leadership. Itsleaders should be made aware that whatever promises they made to thepeople will be held against them should they come into power one day.This is already happening in the four states ruled by the PRgovernment. People will hold them accountable for the reform promises.Unfortunately, I have come to realize that it does not pay to becritical in this country. We are still too keen to put a label on acritic - either he is anti-establishment or a BN lapdog. Only whenthis society becomes genuinely interested in real progress and reformsthat criticism can be fully accepted as a constructive action.If we want this country to improve, we need to become constructivecritics. We need to demand for the best and responsible governance.At this moment, the price to pay for being critical is huge. Manyorganisations, companies and individuals would do their best to avoidany link with critics although they may not necessary disagree withtheir views. They fear public persecution. They do not want to bestigmatized.However, if there is no effective check-and-balance mechanism thiscountry may turn for the worse. Many once developed and wealthysocieties had lost their wealth, influence and glow. They lost it allto poor governance, corruption, power abuse and brain drain. Can thissociety and local companies afford to face the same situation?How many of us are standing just inches away from the growing list ofmigrants? How many parents are quietly whispering to their children tostay back overseas once they have completed their studies? How many ofus are feeling less hopeful that this country can become a greatnation? How many of us are beginning to accept that racism is apermanent fixture of this society?How many five years can we afford to lose for continuing to tolerateand accept our fate that things will NOT change?Let me ask you sincerely how many critics can you afford to lose untila day when no one is left to speak up for you anymore?It is weird that I did not feel guilty asking my friend to be gratefulfor her successful application to migrate to a country much moresuperior and democratic than us.Is it something wrong with me or it is this country?

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Maika oh maika part 2

'Samy, put Maika before Buah Pala'
Jul 30, 09 8:05am
'He can say Guan Eng can settle the Kg Buah Pala issue with the stroke of a pen but as MIC president, he could not settle the Maika shares issue all these years.
'On Maika issue: CEO ready to meet Pakatan leaders

MS: On Vell Paari's invitation to Pakatan leaders for a briefing on Maika shares issue, it is almost 30 years since Indians in Malaysia invested into the shares, hoping that it would help them in their future as was announced during its inception. Everybody lost their money.What has Samy Vellu done about it all these years? No dividends were given, the shares have no value, and they cannot be sold. He can say CM Lim Guan Eng can settle the Kg Buah Pala issue with the stroke of a pen but as MIC president, he could not settle the Maika shares issue all these years.

On Teoh Beng Hock's sudden death while under MACC's custody, even MCA is asking for a RCI but what has Samy Vellu done for A Kugan's case? No wonder that matter has gone into oblivion.

When Hindraf marched to give their petition to the Yang DiPertuan Agong, Samy Vellu called them "terrorists". Is this how he looks at Indian Malaysians?

He lost in his own constituency of Sungai Siput, yet he stays on as MIC president.

Ling Leong Sik has left, Tun Mahathir has left, but Samy Vellu still wants to hold on to his position so as to pass the baton to his son as though it is his family's birthright.
Your time will come too.

Bila nak selesai nie????

Orang-orang Lenggeng & Mantin tertunggu-tunggu untuk Pilihanraya kecil.... tapi nampak gaya kena tunggu PRU13.....


Adun Lenggeng dituduh terima rasuah daripada kontraktor
SEREMBAN, 27 Julai (Hrkh) - Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri Lenggeng, Mustafa Salim dituduh menerima rasuah RM2,000 daripada seorang lelaki di sebuah restoran di Mantin, dekat sini. Mustafa dituduh meminta wang suapan dari M.Manimaran, 37, untuk mengeluarkan surat sokongan untuk kelulusan permit menjual pasir.Beliau dihadapkan di Mahkamah Sesyen Seremban di hadapan Hakim Amran Jantan. Dia didakwa mengikut Seksyen 10(b) (aa) Akta Pencegahan Rasuah 1997 dan boleh dihukum mengikut Seksyen 16 akta sama yang memperuntukkan hukuman penjara sehingga 20 tahun dan denda lima kali ganda daripada jumlah suapan atau RM10,000 atau mana yang lebih.Mustafa dituduh menerima wang tunai RM2,000 daripada pengadu M. Manimaran, di Restoran Jabrin Maju, No.17, Jalan Bunga Raya 2/1, Taman Bunga Raya 2, Mantin pada pukul 5.00 petang, 31 Ogos 2008.Manimaran yang juga merupakan salah seorang saksi dalam kes ini, mendakwa Mustafa Salim melalui seorang lelaki bernama Mustafa Pendek, juga pernah meminta wang tunai RM3,000.00 di Lot 1321, Mukim Pantai di sini pada pukul 11 pagi, 28 Ogos 2008, atas alasan untuk mengeluarkan surat sokongan untuk kelulusan permit menjual pasir.Mustafa juga mengahadapi tuduhan yang ketiga iaitu meminta wang tunai RM2,000 dari Manimaran di Badan Pencegah Rasuah (Kini Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia), di Jalan Dato' Kelana Makmor pada pukul 9.05 malam, 30 Ogos 2008.Mustafa diwakili oleh peguam Ahmad Rosdi Ahmad Idrus, Dato' Taqiyuddin Yahya dan Mohd Faisal. Manakala John Fernandez bertindak sebagai peguam pemerhati Manimaran.Manimaran juga menolak cadangan peguambela Mustafa, bahawa pemberian wang tersebut adalah untuk program bantuan orang miskin dan ibu tunggal."Sumbangan bermakna pemberian ikhlas, tetapi saya diugut dan diminta memberi wang tunai secara paksa," kata Manimaran.Sementara itu Pegawai Penguatkuasa Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM), V. Mahendran, 25, menjelaskan bagaimana sebuah telefon bimbit Sony Ericsson K700i yang diubah suai digunakan untuk merakamkan perbualan audio dan visual tertuduh dan saksi di Restoran Jabrin Maju pada hari kejadian.Katanya, telefon bimbit itu diletakkan di atas meja dalam keadaan sedia untuk rakaman sebaik tertuduh duduk dan selepas tertuduh ditahan, telefon bimbit itu diserahkan kepada pegawai SPRM, Asisten Suprintendan Mohamad Ashraf Zamari.Ketika menjawab soalan Timbalan Pendakwa Raya SPRM, Dato' Abdul Razak Musa, Mahendran memberitahu wang perangkap sebanyak RM2,000 telah direkodkan nombor siri terlebih dahulu di pejabat SPRM Negeri Sembilan sebelum serbuan diatur."Sejurus Mustafa menerima wang tersebut dari Manimaran, dan selepas Manimaran meninggalkan meja untuk membasuh tangan, beberapa pegawai SPRM telah menyerbu Mustafa."YB mengambil kunci kereta dari meja dan cuba lari, walau bagaimanapun pegawai SPRM berjaya menahan beliau," kata Mahendran lagi.Pada prosiding di sebelah petang, mahkamah telah ditunjukkan rakaman DVD perbualan dan transaksi tuduhan tersebut yang berlaku di restoran Jabrin Maju, yang dirakamkan menggunakan telefon bimbit tersebut.Walau bagaimanapun rakaman tersebut terpaksa dihentikan selepas beberapa minit kerana sistem audio televisyen yang digunakan kurang jelas.Peguambela Mustafa, Mohd Faisal mempertikaikan bahawa salinan rakaman DVD yang diberikan kepada barisan peguamnya adalah lain daripada apa yang ditayangkan di mahkamah.Mohd Faisal memohon kepada mahkamah agar mereka diberikan salinan DVD yang dijadikan sebagai bahan bukti di mahkamah dengan alasan ada kemungkinan pihak pendakwa akan menyunting rakaman tersebut selepas Pegawai Penguatkuasa SPRM memberikan keterangan tadi.Hakim Amran Jantan menetapkan bahawa rakaman DVD ini akan diteliti semula ketika kes ini bersambung lagi pada 3 dan 5 Ogos depan. - mns_

Maika Oh Maika!!!

Inikah MIC yang dikatakan berjuang untuk orang-2 India...?
Isu Kg Buah Pala banyak sibuk........ Ini duit rakyat bila mau kasi balik?????

Pemegang saham Maika bergasak di ibupejabat MIC
Jul 30, 09 11:58am
Ibupejabat MIC di Jalan Rahmah, Kuala Lumpur hari ini menjadi tumpuan dua kumpulan berhubung isu membabitkan syarikat pelaburan parti itu - Maika Holdings.
Kumpulan pertama seramai kira-kira 150 orang, diketuai Timbalan Ketua Menteri 2 Pulau Pinang, Prof P Ramasamy dan beberapa pemimpin Pakatan Rakyat. Mereka turut disertai pemegang saham Maika Holdings yang tidak puashati dengan syarikat tersebut.
Mereka telah berarak menuju ke ibupejabat MIC pada jam 12 tengahari, menuntut penjelasan mengenai status kewangan Maika.
Kumpulan kedua diketuai oleh Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Maika, S Vell Paari bersama pemegang saham yang puashati dengan perjalanan syarikat tersebut.
Kumpulan ini telah mula berkumpul di ibupejabat Maika yang terletak di dalam bangunan ibupejabat MIC sejak jam 9 pagi tadi dan jumlahnya semakin meningkat.
Setibanya di ibupejabat MIC, kumpulan Ramasamy tidak dibenarkan masuk menemui Vell Paari untuk menyerahkan memorandum mengenai status kewangan Maika.
Manakala penyokong Vell Paari berhimpun di dalam bangunan tersebut.
Anggota polis kelihatan memantau keadaan di situ.
Pada kira-kira jam 12.30 tengahari, Vell Paari keluar dari bangunan ibupejabat MIC untuk bertemu dengan kumpulan Ramasamy. Keadan berasak-asak dan beliau terpaksa dikelilingi oleh anggota polis bagi melindunginya.
Akibat itu mengakibatkan berlaku pergelutan antara kedua-dua kumpulan tersebut, beberapa orang dilihat tercedera.
Anggota Unit Simpanan Persekutuan (FRU) kemudiannya bertindak segera bagi mengawal keadaan.
Ketika keadaan kecoh di luar bangunan ibupejabat MIC itu, Presidennya, Datuk Seri S Samy Vellu berada di dalam bangunan mempengerusikan mesyuarat jawatankuasa pusat parti itu.
Perhimpunan yang dianjurkan oleh Pakatan hari ini adalah ekoran rasa tidak puas hati ramai pemegang saham Maika terhadap prestasi syarikat tersebut dan menuntut supaya pelaburan mereka dipulang.
Salahkan Koperasi Nesa
Vell Paari, yang juga anak lelaki Presiden Samy Vellu, bagaimanapun menegaskan bahawa beliau sedia membayar balik pelaburan pemegang saham tetapi tidak dapat berbuat demikian kerana terdapat injunksi oleh Koperasi Nesa - yang diketuai bekas timbalan presiden, Datuk S Subramaniam - untuk menghalang penjualan syarikat insurans milik Maika.
Vell Paari pada awalnya mahu menjual syarikat insurans milik MIC - Oriental Capital Assurance Bhd (OCAB) - tetapi dibantah oleh Nesa, yang juga pemegang saham Maika, atas alasan penjualannya tidak menguntungkan sepenuhnya pemegang saham.Awal minggu ini, Vell Paari memberitahu Malaysiakini bahawa beliau bersedia bertemu kumpulan yang dipimpin oleh Ramasamy itu untuk memberi penjelasan kepada mereka mengenai status Maika.
Bagaimanapun, tambahnya, Ramasamy juga mesti bersedia memberi penjelasan mengenai langkah-langkah yang telah diambilnya untuk menyelesaikan masalah yang dihadapi oleh penduduk Kampung Buah Pala di Pulau Pinang.
Vell Paari juga berkata, beliau akan mempelawa Ramasamy dan kumpulannya untuk menyertai pihaknya berarak ke pejabat Koperasi Nesa di Sentul, Kuala Lumpur, yang menghalang penjualan tersebut, dan seterusnya melambatkan pembayaran balik pelaburan pemegang saham Maika.

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Kes tertangguh Rasuah Adun Lenggeng

Apa dah jadi pada kes ini....
Sepatutnya dah ada Pilihanraya Kecil di Kawasan Lenggeng..

Sambil kita ikuti isu SPRM Selangor... fikir-fikirkan tentang isu ini....

Opssss.. ini kes BPR.... Sekarang dah jadi SPRM.....KERJA SIAPA INI...untuk siasat???

ADUN Negeri Sembilan ditahan BPR
KUALA LUMPUR 31 Ogos — Seorang anggota Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN) Negeri Sembilan ditahan oleh Badan Pencegah Rasuah (BPR) kerana disyaki menerima suapan wang tunai RM2,000 daripada seorang kontraktor di sebuah restoran di Mantin, Seremban, petang ini.Menurut sumber, ADUN berkenaan ditahan oleh sepasukan pegawai BPR ketika menerima suapan tersebut kira-kira pukul 4.30 petang tadi.Adalah difahamkan, ketika kejadian itu, ADUN berkenaan cuba melarikan diri tetapi terjatuh sebelum berjaya ditahan oleh anggota BPR yang bertindak pantas mengejarnya.Ahli politik berkenaan kemudiannya dibawa ke Ibu Pejabat BPR Negeri di Jalan Dato Kelana Maamor, Seremban, bagi membantu siasatan.Sehingga pukul 8.30 malam ini, beliau masih lagi disoal siasat di BPR Seremban.Pengarah Siasatan BPR, Datuk Shukri Abdull ketika dihubungi mengesahkan penahanan tersebut tetapi enggan mengulas lanjut. — BERNAMA
Monday, September 1, 2008

MUSTAFA SALIM, Adun BN di Lenggeng, Negeri Sembilan, yang sebenarnya ditahan oleh BPR semalam.Akhbar The Star mendedahkan nama beliau sementara akhbar Utusan Malaysia dan New Straits Times hanya menyebut seorang Adun.Laporan The Star:Monday September 1, 2008ACA detains Negri rep as its anti-graft blitz continuesSEREMBAN: Just hours after ACA told The Star that it was widening action against corrupt officials, it arrested a Barisan Nasional state assemblyman for allegedly receiving bribes.Lenggeng assemblyman Mustafa Salim, 50, was nabbed at a restaurant in Mantin soon after he had allegedly received RM2,000 from a developer.The developer is allegedly involved with sand mining and had sought Mustafa’s help. The Negri Sembilan Government had stopped issuing licences for sand mining activity over a year ago.ACA director of investigations Datuk Mohd Shukri Abdul said the agency was closely watching several government departments and agencies for alleged graft.The agency recently scored success with the arrest of several high-level civil servants and had recently carried out a blitz on Puspakom, the computerised vehicle inspection centre.
Posted by kedahku at 11:25 AM

MB N.Sembilan sifatkan BPR bijak

Written by Syah
Thursday, 04 September 2008 12:21
Menteri Besar Negeri Sembilan, Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan menyifatkan Badan Pencegah Rasuah (BPR) mampu untuk menjalankan tugas mereka dengan baik bagi menentukan individu yang mengambil rasuah, dianiaya atau diperangkap. Beliau berkata BPR mempunyai penilaian tiga faktor itu sebelum mengenal pasti individu yang ditahan benar-benar merupakan pesalah rasuah. ''Saya tidak menentang tindakan BPR dan memang bersetuju supaya gejala rasuah diperangi serta diberikan perhatian.
''Saya tidak akan berkompromi dengan mereka yang mengamalkan rasuah dan berharap BPR dapat bertindak dengan cekap supaya negara bersih daripada amalan rasuah," katanya. Mohamad menambah dengan berkata kadang – kadang ada juga pihak yang memang hendak melihat pihak yang satu lagi jatuh dan ia dilakukan melalui pelbagai cara termasuk memasang perangkap yang akhirnya dapat memusnahkan masa hadapan individu berkenaan. Ianya berikutan penahanan Ahli Dewan Undangan negeri (ADUN) Lenggeng, Mustafa Salim dan Naib Ketua UMNO Bahagian Seremban, Mohd. Nor Awang oleh BPR. –Malaysia Today
Jumaat, September 05, 2008

Adun Lenggeng hadapi dua tuduhan rasuah
SEREMBAN: Ahli Dewan Undangan (Adun) Lenggeng, Mustafa Salim, mengaku tidak bersalah di Mahkamah Sesyen di sini hari ini terhadap dua tuduhan rasuah.Beliau dituduh meminta suapan melalui Mustafa Pendek sebanyak RM3,000 daripada Manimaran a/l Marimuthu sebagai dorongan mengeluarkan surat sokongan kepada Manimaran untuk mendapatkan permit bagi menjual pasir.Kesalahan didakwa dilakukan di Lot 1321, Mukim Pantai di Seremban pada jam 11 pagi, 28 Ogos lalu.Bagi tuduhan kedua, Mustafa, yang juga Anggota Jawatankuasa Umno Bahagian Seremban, didakwa secara rasuah menerima suapan RM2,000 daripada Manimaran untuk tujuan sama, di Restoran Jahrin Maju, Taman Bunga Raya 2, Mantin, pada jam 5 petang 31 Ogos lalu.Sekiranya disabitkan kesalahan, beliau boleh dipenjara tidak kurang 14 hari atau tidak melebihi 20 tahun serta didenda tidak kurang daripada lima kali ganda jumlah atau nilai suapan atau RM10,000 yang mana lebih tinggi.Hakim Kamarudin Kansun menetapkan 26 dan 27 Februari tahun depan untuk perbicaraan.Mustafa, 50, yang diwakili tiga peguam terdiri S Paramasneswaran, Raftfizi Zainal Abidin dan Abdul Halim Othman, dibenarkan diikat jamin RM8,000 dengan seorang penjamin.Pendakwaan dilakukan oleh Timbalan Pendakwa Raya dari Badan Pencegah Rasuah, Abdul Razak Musa. - Bernama
at Jumaat, September 05, 2008

Lebih 10 cawangan MIC terpaksa gulung tikar

July 26, 2009 Last update on 25/07/2009 17:34
Tokoh MIC SS. Subramanian Sertai Keadilan, 10 Cawangan MIC Ditutup

Bekas Naib Presiden MIC Datuk SS Subramaniam hari ini menjadi tokoh terbaru menyertai Parti Keadilan Rakyat, seminggu selepas mantan Menteri Kesihatan Chua Jui Meng menyertai parti itu, sekali gus mencerminkan Keadilan sebagai parti yang semakin didokong oleh pelbagai kaum di bawah gagasan Pakatan Rakyat.
Turut menyertai PKR hari ini adik Subramaniam, bersama kira-kira 1,700 bekas ahli MIC dari Petaling Jaya Selatan dan Pekan Meru di Kapar. Penghijarahan mereka ke Keadilan memaksa lebih 10 cawangan MIC ditutup.
Subramaniam, anak kelahiran Johor, adalah pemimpin MIC paling kanan menyertai PKR. Selain pernah menjadi Naib Presiden MIC dan pernah bertanding untuk jawatan kedua tertinggi parti itu. Subramaniam juga bekas Setiausaha Parlimen Kementerian Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri dan bekas ahli Parlimen Segamat.
Kemasukan Subramaniam dan bekas ahli MIC secara beramai-ramai ke Keadilan mencerminkan rasa tidak puas hati kaum India yang semakin memuncak terhadap
MIC dalam menyelesaikan pelbagai masalah yang membelit kaum India seperti kemiskinan, peluang melanjutkan pelajaran, penganggkuran dan kes jenayah.
Ia juga menunjukkan Keadilan semakin didokong oleh kaum India sebagai parti pelbagai kaum yang mampu memperjuangkan nasib mereka sebaris dengan kaum lain yang memerlukan pembelaan.

ADUN Batu Caves In Action

YB Amirudin Dun Batu Caves
Friday, July 3, 2009

Sumbangan kepada keluarga miskin

Ex-MIC VP move to PKR

Just 1 week after MCA's Dr Chua..... now it is MIC....
It is happenning all over Malaysia..... Hello Mantin members.... waiting for what???
Lets Join US..... PKR Mantin.....Time To Change

Ex-MIC Vice President and Others Joins PKR
Author: Office of Mp Kapar Files under Office of Mpkapar, Parti Keadilan Rakyat
Ex- MIC Vice President and Former Segamat Member of Parliament Dato S S Subramaniam , 72 joined Parti Keadilan Rakyat in a special ceremony Coordinated by myself.
Joining Dato S S Subramaniam is 20 years Branch Chairman Dr Streram Sinnasamy of Petaling Jaya Selatan MIC Division together with 10 other Branch Chairmen from the same . Also announced dissolution of Pekan Meru MIC Branch is it’s 15 years Branch Chairman Lawyer Palaya.

While announcing his defection to PKR , Lawyer Palaya says he was very much stunned with prompt action taken by Selangor Menteri Besar YAB Tan Sri Dato Khalid Ibrahim whom within three days took action on his letter regardings a Hindu Cementery in Meru. The Cemetery was gazetted way back in 1925 with over 300 body buried there was degazetted by Barisan Nasional Government to build Stalls . During Barisan Nasional ruling, the Land Office wanted proof that it was a cemetery and bodies buried there. But, when we produce whatever documents available they ask us not to involve as it’s State Assemblyman project.

Veteran Politician Dato S S Subramaniam whom was former Bukit Rajah State Assemblyman and former MP of Segamat says though he is now 72 years, he wanted to make some changes so that our younger generations be benefitted, especially our Education system. He further added that MIC President always look into caste when choicing it’s leaders.
“By God’s grace I don’t have financial problem thus it’s not my intention to support Anwar Ibrahim’s PKR” he further added. Neither do I have any interest in getting any position but I cann’t simply tolerate with BN.

In welcoming Dato S S Subramaniam, Dr Streram Sinnasamy, Mr Palaya and all other MIC leaders Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim says that we are not angry with Samyvelu or MIC, we just wanted Safer Malaysia for every one of us.Refering to Dr Streram’s statement that MIC Selangor AGM recently made resolution to support Prime Minister and Support Samy Velu as it’s President, Anwar asked why cann’t they make resolution asking government on what Happen to Youngster A Kugan whom died in Custody and more than 80 dead custody mostly Indians. Just imagine if it’s was a son of a “Tan Sri” . Note: Police brutality shoot a pregrant woman and her husband who was linked to kidnap of Former Selangor Menteri Besar’s Son.
PKR Defacto leader added that what we need is a New Approach in Malaysian Politics with every one as Anak Malaysia. As what they done in Sarawak, the Indian communities now can get new political parties registered easily. Their aim is to get Indian communities get confused thus dilute your bargaining power and they remain in power forever. I urge Indians to remain united and be with party that will continue to defend their rights , as PKR will continue to defend the right of every citizen.
Present at the function is PKR’s Selangor Deputy Speaker cum Taman Medan ADUN Haniza Talha, PKR’s Vice President and Subang MP R Sivarasa, Selangor Exco Member Dr Xavier Jayakumar, Selangor Exco Rodziah Selayang MP William Leong, Kuantan MP Fuziah Salleh, Ampang MP Zuraidah Kamarudin, ADUN’s YB Muthaih (Bukit Melawati), YB Ravi (Port Dickson), YB Shuhaimi ( Sri Muda).

YB Mike on the move

Kapar : Dua Pelajar menerima Sijil Kelahiran mereka baru-baru ini atas usaha Pusat Khidmat Masyarakar, Ahli Parlimen Kapar.
Pelajar N Kanagaambikai , 10 tahun dari Kampung Perepat ,Parlimen Kapar akan menyambung pelajarannya di Sekolah Tamil Methodist, Kapar mulai minggu hadapan.
Seorang lagi Pelajar dari Sekolah yang sama pula berpeluang menduduki peperiksaan UPSR tahun ini selepas berjaya memperolehi Sijil Kelahirannya . P Magenthiran, 12 dari Ladang Golkanda menerima Sijil Kelahirannya pada hari Isnin ini.
Menurut Pengarah Biro Kebajikan M Ravichandran , N Kanagaambikai telah menemui Manikavasagam pada bulan Februari lalu , manakala P Magenthiran pada bulan March lepas bersama Ibu-bapa masing-masing.
Kecuaian Ibubapa antara punca utama kedua-dua mereka tidak memilik sijil Kelahiran. Anak ke 7 daripada 8 orang P Magenthiran diabaikan oleh ibubapa hampir hilang peluang menduduki peperiksaan UPSR akan datang.
Manakala, Bapa Kanagaambikai akan menghilangkan diri sejak 8 tahun lalu antara punca utama beliau tidak memiliki sijil kelahiran. Ibunya berjaya mendapat sijil dua orang anaknya setelah membayar RM 500 seorang kepada orang tengah , tetapi mereka gagap mendapat Sijil untuk Kagaaambikai walaupun ornag tengah telah mengutip RM500 daripadanya.
Kedua-dua keluarga gembira serta berterima kasih dengan YB S Manikavasagam yang sudi membantu mereka.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Memori Permatang Pauh

Tak perlu ada saranan dari 'PM' untuk mencapai 1Malaysia...
Kita sudah mencapai tahap ini di dalam Pakatan Rakyat...
Kita boleh lihat sendiri.... the picture said it by it self...

DUN Nilai YB Yap

Serba sedikit tentang DUN Nilai...

Tuan Yap Yew Weng

Name Tuan Yap Yew Weng
Parti DAP
Dun N10
Kawasan NILAI
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No. Fax+ 606 764 6610
Alamat Surat-menyurat3164, Jalan RJ 5/15, Rasah Jaya70330, SerembanNegeri Sembilan

N.10 - NILAI


Good News from DSAI

Hope the other MIC members join us before it is too late....

Special Announcement By DS Anwar Ibrahim

PKR Defacto Leader YB Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim scheduled to meet Indian Community on Saturday 25th July 2009, 4.00 pm at Dewan MBPJ Jalan PJS 4/19 ,Taman Medan, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
YB Dato Seri Anwar is expected to welcome a Senior MIC Leader (Former Member of Parliament) and few branch Chairmen during the special gathering.
Let’s Join us to Hear Anwar’s Special message during the gathering .
Following from Malaysiakini:
A former MP from MIC is expected to move to PKR this Saturday, in conjunction with a special address by PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim for the Indian community in Petaling Jaya.
The expected defection comes hot on the heels of another high profile defection last Saturday, which saw former MCA deputy president Chua Jui Meng jumping to the PKR.
Along with Chua, two other defectors were former MCA senator David Yeoh Eng Hock and former Lumut parliamentarian Yap Yit Thong, giving PKR a much needed boost.
Come Saturday, a large number of MIC grassroots are expected to join the former MP in the PKR, said the main organiser for the event and Kapar MP S Manikavasagam.
“This will result in 10 to 15 MIC branches being dissolved in Petaling Jaya and Meru,” he said, but declined to name the person.
He said PKR was working on attracting more MIC bigwigs to defect, however such announcements would be made in stages.Report Card
Meanwhile, Manikavasagam said Anwar’s speech would be addressing current affairs surrounding the Indian community, such as custodial deaths, land for temples, education and economic issues.
He added that sole ethnic Indian Selangor executive council member Dr Xavier Jayakumar will be delivering a ‘report card’ of the Pakatan Rakyat Selangor government’s contributions to the Indian community.
“He is going to report on what the Selangor govenrment has done, especially in the areas of schools and temples,” he said.
Selangor Menteri Besar Khalid Ibrahim is also scheduled to make an appearance at the event, along with a large contingent of ethnic Indian lawmakers.
The event will be held at the MPSJ community hall in PJS4 at 4pm

Pakatan Rakyat in Action

Who said we do nothing?????

YB Manikavasagam & YB Manikumar with the other Kedah PR members
SJKT Tok Pawang Dapat Tanah Selepas 22 Tahun

Bedong , Kedah- YAB Dato Seri Menteri Besar Menteri Besar Kedah menghadiahkan Tanah seluas 5.5 Ekar kepada SJK (T) Sg Tok Pawang dalam suatu upacara ringkas di sini pada 2 Apr 2009.
Semasa berucap sebelum ucapara pecah tanah, beliau memberitahu bahawa Kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat Negeri Kedah memberikan tanah tersebut tanpa sebarang Caj Premium. Pihak Sekolah hanya perlu membayar Token RM10.00 manakala tidak perlu membayar sebarang Cukai Tanah.
Murid-murid SJKT Sg Tok Pawang kini berkongsi Sekolah dengan Sekolah Kebangsaan Sg Tok Pawang yang terletak bersebelahan tanah lapang di peruntukkan oleh Kerajaan Negeri. SJKT Sg Tok Pawang diasaskan pada tahun 1935 dengan hanya 20 orang murid dan seorang guru. Pada tahun 1940 , bilangan murid bertambah kepada 50 orang dengan lima buah bilik darjah. Sekolah tersebut di tutup sewaktu peperangan dunia kedua.
Pada tahun 1964, YB Tan Sri V Manickavasagam memperuntukkan RM6000 untuk mendirikan bangunan tambahan. Pada tahun 1996 , sebuah bangunan yang merupakan rumah-rumah pekerja ladang yang dibina pada 1953 di ubahsuai menjadi bilik-bilik darjah dengan hampir 220 orang murid.
Sejak tahun 1986 ,SJKT Sg Tok Pawang menumpnag di Sekolah Kebangsaan sg tok Pawang atas sebab pencemaran alam sekitar kawasan sekolah.
Akhirnya , atas usaha pihak sekolah dengan usaha murni Kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat Negeri Kedah , sekolah tersebut mendapat Tanah seluas 5.5 Ekar pada hari ini.
YAB Dato Seri Menteri Besar berkata, Kerajaan Negeri telah menjalankan tugas mereka dengan jayanya, kini terpulang kepada pihak sekolah untuk berunding mendapatkan peruntukkan RM1.6 juta bagi membina bangunan Sekolah tersebut daripada Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia.
Saya dapat terharu dan perihatin kepada pelajar-pelajar baik yang lepas dan kini yang terpaksa menumpang bilik darjah mereka selama hampir 22 Tahun.
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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Sejarah Mantin

Mantin is a town in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. It is under administration of Nilai District. It lies along the main road connecting Kajang and Seremban.
This place has two names, Setul and Mantin. Setul is the name of certain plant called 'Setul'. Setul was the town with a police station. It is not at the present town of Mantin but at the 8th mile Seremban (junction to Lenggeng). The name Setul is still in use, in grants and licenses of land, e.g. Mukim Setul, not Mukim of Mantin. The town of Setul was transferred to Mantin. The present name of Mantin is well known for its tin min owned by a Chinese Towkay (prominent Chinese businessman) Kong Sang (广生号, actually a company's name). The Europeans called the place 'Mine Tin' while the Malays called it 'Mantin' for at this place tin (lumbong timah) was plentiful. The residents of the place could not say 'Mine Tin' correctly and said Mantin instead[1]
The earliest account of Mantin was related to Kapitan Seng Ming Lee (甲必单盛明利), the first Chinese chief who as killed in 1860 in a war between Chinese secret societies (Hai San and Ghee Hin) near Sungei Ujong (presently Seremban)[2]. His descendents fled to Mantin. Today (as of February 2009) the great-grand children of Kapitan Seng still live in Mantin.
Situated in a valley surrounded by hills, Mantin has been a favorite sanctuary and hiding place for war and crime refugees. In addition to Kapitan Seng Ming Li's descendants, large groups of Hakka were said to have migrated here, especially from Titi, during Japanese occupation of Malaya during 1943[3].
The geographical location of Mantin in a valley has made it inaccessible to mainstream transportation, until 1903. A railroad from Kuala Lumpur to Seremban was completed in 1903[4]. The railroad passes through Batang Benar town, thus provided an access point at the western side of the town. At that time, British miners brought in large number of dredgers into Mantin, thus brought about the economic boom. A Singh temple and a Catholic church (St. Aloysius Catholic Church) was build around the turn of the century.

Nilai's nilai

Nilai is consider as the 3rd famous city in NS after Seremban and PD...
But..... Where are we???

Negeri Sembilan
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Coordinates: 2°45′N 102°15′E / 2.75°N 102.25°E / 2.75; 102.25
States and Territories of Malaysia
نڬري سمبيلن دار الخصوصNegeri Sembilan Darul Khusus

Flag of Negeri Sembilan
Coat of arms of Negeri Sembilan
Anthem: Berkatlah Yang DiPertuan Besar Negeri Sembilan

Royal capital
Seri Menanti

- Yang di-Pertuan Besar
Tuanku Muhriz Ibni Almarhum Tuanku Munawir

- Federated into FMS
- Japanese occupation
- Accession into Federation of Malaya
- Total
6,645 km²
- 2007 estimate
- Density
HDI (2000)
0.795 (medium)
National calling code
National postal code
70xxx to 73xxx
Licence plate prefix
Negeri Sembilan (also Negri Sembilan, Jawi: نڬري سمبيلن), (in English, "the State of nine"), is one of the 13 states that constitutes the Federation of Malaysia. It is located on the western coast of Peninsular Malaysia, just south of Kuala Lumpur and is bordered in the north by Selangor, in the east by Pahang and in the south by Malacca and Johor.
The name is believed to derive from the nine districts or negara (now known as luak) settled by the Minangkabau, a people originally from West Sumatra (present-day Indonesia). Minangkabau features are still visible today in traditional architecture and the dialect of Malay spoken.
Unlike the hereditary monarchs of the other royal Malay states, the ruler of Negeri Sembilan is known as Yang di-Pertuan Besar instead of Sultan. The election of the Ruler is also unique whereby he is selected by the council of Undangs who lead the four biggest districts of Sungai Ujong, Jelebu, Johol, and Rembau, making it one of the more democratic monarchy.

The capital of Negeri Sembilan is Seremban. The royal capital is Seri Menanti in the district of Kuala Pilah. Other important towns are Port Dickson and Nilai.

The Arabic honorific title of the state is Darul Khusus ("the Special Abode").
The ethnic composition in 2005 was:Malay (497,896 or 54.96%), Chinese (220,141 or 24.3%), Indian (137,588 or 15.18%), Other (50,267 or 5.54%).

Sepanjang perjuangan kita

Permatang Pauh - Nomination day

Thursday, July 9, 2009

1malaysia minus 1Sarawak

High Court decision: Sivarasa 1 Sarawak 0

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Friday, 10 July 2009 11:11
(Malaysian Mirror) KUCHING - PKR Member of Parliament for Subang in Selangor and the party’s vice-president Sivarasa K Rasiah was granted leave on Thursday to apply for a judicial review of the Sarawak government’s decision to bar him from entering Sarawak on Feb 14 this year.
The opposition politician had applied for leave to apply for the judicial review of the decision, citing the state Director of Immigration, the State Secretary and Sarawak government as respondents.
The application to apply for leave was heard in open court before Judge Linton Albert.
Appearing for Sivarasa were Baru Bian and See Chow How of Baru Bian & Advocates, a Kuching-based legal firm, and for the respondents senior federal counsel Azizah Narawi.
The PKR legislator was refused entry on Feb 14 this year when he flew in and was told by immigration officers that for some undisclosed reasons he had been placed on the black list and refused entry into Sarawak on the instructions of the State Secretary.
An arguable case, says judge
He was handed a formal notice which stated as follows:
“To: Sivarasa a/l K Rasiah
This serves to notify you that you are refused entry into Sarawak as:
You do not belong to the state of Sarawak and are not entitled to enter the state without a permit or a pass by virtue of section 66(1) of the Immigration Act 1959/1963.
For Director of Immigration, Sarawak”
Read more at: High Court decision: Sivarasa 1 Sarawak 0

You might agree with this!!!

This article is written by Shweta
I have been reading various views and comments by Malaysians regarding the Hindraf struggle. I personally am not into racial discrimination and I do not condone it. I believe very strongly in working towards a “One Bangsa Malaysia ”. But I also understand where Hindraf is coming from and what they are fighting for. In fact I was rudely awakened to the plight of the poor and marginalized Malaysian Indians only by Hindraf. After looking at their arguments and after much soul searching, I have come to understand that what they are trying to say is of utmost urgency and not to be disregarded lightly as trivial..
Let me explain with an example of a parent and their children. As parents, we will be able to relate to this in a very simple way. Let us say that we have 3 normal kids with a very ill 4th child. The parents will be caring for the normal children as usual but will be giving special attention to the very sick child, who may be in a very critical shape or condition. The more serious a child is, the more concerned the parents will be in taking care of the ailing child, even foregoing paying attention to the other children in the family. They would not even have time to care for themselves.
How do we relate this to Hindraf? Malaysia has been ruled with the divide and rule policy unlike many other nations around the world. We are faced with a different scenario here. Honestly saying, it is a well known fact that everything here is related to race. We are one of the very few countries in the world to have an indisputable race policy for almost every aspect of our daily lives.
Generally whether people want to accept it or not, the other communities like the Malay and Chinese communities in the country are not in such a critical situation. We are talking about the poor marginalized Malaysian Indians who have been neglected by UMNO, MIC and BN in general for 52 years or more. People like you and me who are fortunate enough to have the time to read and write these articles and comments, most likely would not have been exposed to the marginalized Malaysian Indians.
We could always say that MIC is there for them (since they have being claiming as thus all these years.) However they (MIC) have become more concerned with being in power and filling their pockets above everything else and in the process along the way, overlooked the welfare of the Malaysian Indians.
To be honest, who would care for my children better than me? I would have the first love and concern for my family. But that does not make me selfish, but rather makes me a responsible parent. People speak about Hindraf as being racially prejudiced. I do not accept that argument. Those in Hindraf have felt the urgency of the critical condition of the Malaysian Indian community at large and realized no one else has truly come forward to their rescue. Please do not look at the Malaysian Indians who come from the upper stratum of society and living in comfort. The percentage is very low.
If we do not address the critical state of these very much neglected populations of the nation, we will always have to deal with its repercussions. If we can see objectively, we will understand that when we fail to address this problem, we too as a society will be a failed society. We can even compare this to a human body. If one of our organs is failing while everything else is fine, will we be talking about how fine we are as a whole? No! Rather, we will be focusing on reviving that failing organ and once we succeed in taking care of that particular organ we will focus on the health of the body as a whole.
Does this mean that you are neglecting the other parts of the body? Can the other parts complain that you are being discriminatory? My explanation might sound too simplistic to the ‘intellectuals’ around, but do try to understand that we have to address this situation from a different level. We have many others to champion for the rest of the society. We have many socially aware people, NGOs and other activists to ‘speak’ for the wellbeing of the general public.
Who is going to deal with this ailing organ, which is in a critical condition? How critical one may ask. The Malaysian Indian community at this point of time is plagued with various problems such as gangsterism, murder, kidnapping, snatch thefts, drug trafficking, drug addiction, house break ins, extortions, robbery, rape, etc. The majority of those in our prisons come from the Malaysian Indian community too. These social ills are brought about by the poor education they receive and the poverty level of the community at large.
If you say that at this point in time, Hindraf also must immediately address the marginalization of the other races in this nation, why has there been no one jailed under ISA or simply incarcerated for standing up for these communities? And let me answer this: No one else truly believes that some of these communities are in a more critical condition than the Malaysian Indian community in the nation.
It truly saddens me to see people condemning the deplorable state of the poor and marginalized Indians. You do not have to be poor or marginalized to understand their plight. All one needs is a bit of compassion and a clear vision, before going around accusing these people of their social ills. Poverty is a social ill. It is a vicious cycle. I am not trying to give any excuses for them but it will take immense strength, will power, wisdom and some help from others to come out of such a state.
We who read and write here may not be able to understand what they go through. The least we can do is stop being judgmental of them.
So please stop marginalising the Malaysian Indians further by accusing Hindraf as racist!

Mr Bean of Malaysia

The joker in the pack : Koh Tsu Koon
July 6, 2009
If Tsu Koon ever got tired of politics, the race-based kind or otherwise, and wanted to move on to something else, I always thought he would do well as a stand-up comedian.
In fact, quite a few in BN would do extremely well.
I don’t mean to make fun of a person’s looks, but don’t you think that if he was slightly worked over in the studion, he could very well stand in as Malaysia’s own Mr. Bean?
Anyway, NSTonline today amply confirmed that Tsu Koon is definitely ‘funny man’ material.
In relation to the ongoing Kampung Lorong Buah Pala land dispute, Tsu Koon is reported to have rebuked Guan Eng for trying to pass the buck and said that the present CM of Penang should just get on with the job.
“When they (the current Penang state government) can’t do something, they will blame either the previous state or Federal Government. That is the trick of their trade”, Tsu Koon said.
Good one, Tsu Koon!
Can’t stop laughing!
Posted by Haris IbrahimFiled in have a laugh!36 Comments »
Senarai Jawatankuasa Ahli Parlimen Pakatan Rakyat Mengikut Kementerian
Ahli Parlimen PKR
Ahli Parlimen PAS
Ahli Parlimen DAP
YB Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim
YB Mohamed Azmin Ali
YB Sivarasa Rasiah
YAB Tan Sri Dato’ Abdul Khalid Ibrahim
YB William Leong
YB Ahmad Kasim
YB Fuziah Salleh
YB Dato’ Seri Hj Abdul Hadi Awang
YB Ust Nasharudin Mat Isa
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YB Dr Hatta Ramli
YB Dr Dzulkifli Ahmad
YB Taib Azamuddin
YB Khalid Samad
YB Lim Kit Siang
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YB Hiew King Chiew
YB John Fernandez
YB Dato’ Johari Abdul
YB Salahuddin Haji Ayub
YB Karpal Singh
YB Mohamed Azmin Ali
Dr Dzulkifli Ahmad
YAB Lim Guan Eng
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YB Khalid Samad
YB Tan Kok Wai
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YB Dato’ Mahfuz Omar
YB Gobind Singh Deo
YB Dato’ Rashid Din
YB Dato Wan Abd Rahim Wan Abdullah
YB Er Teck Hwa
YB Chua Tian Chang
YB Nasir bin Zakaria
YB Charles Anthony Santiago
YB William Leong
YB Dr Mohd Hatta Ramli
YB Teresa Kok
YB Ahmad Kassim
YB Taib Azamuddin Md Taib
YB Sim Tong Him
YB Azan Ismail
YB Dr Mohd Abdul Wahid Endut
YB Jeff Ooi
YB Yusmadi Yusoff
YB Che Uda Che Nik
YB Chong Eng
YB Amran Abdul Ghani
YB Dato’ Mahfuz Haji Omar
YB Teo Nie Ching
YB Abdullah Sani Abdul Hamid
YB Muhammad bin Husin
YB M Kulasegaran
YB Nurul Izzah Anwar
YB Dr Che Rosli Che Mat
YB Chow Kon Yeow
YB Hee Loy Sian
YB Dr Siti Mariah Mahmud
YB Nga Kor Ming
YB Saifuddin Nasution Ismail
YB Dato’ Seri Muhammad Nizar Jamaluddin
YB Liew Chin Tong
YB Ab Aziz Ab Kadir
YB Dato’ Ab Halim bin Ab Rahman
YB M Manogaran
YB Sivarasa Rasiah
YB Dato’ Kamarudin Jaffar
YB P Ramasamy
YB Tan Tee Beng
YB Mohd Firdaus bin Jaafar
YB Anthony Loke Siew Fook
YB Dr Lee Boon Chye
YB Dr Mohd Hayati Othman
YB Dr Tan Seng Giaw
YB Zuraida Kamaruddin
YB Siti Zailah bt Mohd Yusuf
YB Fong Po Kuan
YB Manikavasagam a/l Sundaram
YB Dato Wan Abd Rahim Wan Abdullah
YB Fong Kui Lun
YB Wee Choo Keong
YB Dr Lo’ Lo’ Haji Mohd Ghazali
YB Lim Lip Eng
YB Zulkifli Nordin
YB Salahuddin Haji Ayub
YB Tony Pua

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Bersama YB Sivakumar Speaker Perak dan YB John MP Seremban. Juga Bersama Tuan Zul Persuruhjaya PAS Negeri Sembilan

Majlis Makan Malam PAS Lenggeng

Ahli PKR Mantin bersama Tian Chua di Majlis Makan Malam Pas Lenggeng pada 21-June-2009

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Sejarah penubuhan Ranting PKR Mantin

Detik permulaan perjalanan PKR mantin.

Majlis penyerahan borang keahlian PKR.

Tarikh - 27/June/2009

Tuan Zul (PAS), YB Manikavasagam MP Kapar, YB Ravi ADUN PD, YB Amin Adun Sikamat,

Tuan Dr. Azam turut menyempurnakan majlis.

Ketua Ranting Taman Asoka Mantin bersama YB Manikavasagam....

Buat kali pertama bendera Parti keadilan Rakyat berkibar di pinggir jalan Mantin...

AJK PKR Seremban yang turut serta bersama kami.....

Kata-kata semangat yang menghidupkan lagi semangat kami dari YB Manikavasagam....