Friday, February 5, 2010

Racist remarks against Indians: Prosecute Prime Minister’s Special Officer for Sedition

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Date : 3rd February 2010

Racist remarks against Indians: Prosecute Prime Minister’s Special Officer for Sedition

Media Statement (3/02/2010)

We read with regret the malicious and racist statement uttered by a very senior civil servant that “when he labelled the Indians and Chinese in this country as ‘pendatang’ or immigrants”. “He was saying that the Indians and Chinese came here as immigrants and are now enjoying life in this country”. “He also remarked that the Chinese, especially the women, come here to ‘jual tubuh’ (flesh trade),”. He also threatened to ‘revoke’ the citizenship of those who were vocal about the subject cap for the SPM examination. This statement is by no less than the special officer to Prime Minister Najib Razak himself.


We hereby call upon Prime Minister Najib and his special officer to tender an open apology to the Indian and Chinese communities in Malaysia in addition to the Prime Minister forthwith sacking this his Special Officer.


The Prime Minister must also order the Attorney General to prosecute this Prime Minister’s special officer for Sedition.

After all our Secretary General (pro tem) Mr. P. Uthayakumar was prosecuted for Sedition for merely speaking up on the truth of the “ethinic cleansing” in Kg Medan where five Indians were murdered by a malay mob believed to be UMNO sponsored and from outside Kg Medan, indiscriminate demolishments of hindu temples at the rate of one in every week in Malaysia, indiscriminate demolishments of hindu crematoriums, murders of Indians in police lock ups and by being shot dead by the police then forming about 80% of the Malaysian victims when the Indians are only 8% of the population and also by and the overall exclusion of the Indians from the national mainstream development of Malaysia.

Article 8 provides for Equality before the law and so this special officer must similarly be prosecuted for Sedition forthwith and in any event within seven (7) days from the date hereof.

And when convicted this special officer must serve his prison sentence and not left murky and suspicious as the prison sentence meted out to the former Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Rahim Noor and some other UMNO linked personalities who in reality are suspected to have “not served their prison sentences”.

Thank you,

Yours faithfully,


Information Chief