Thursday, September 16, 2010

In Memoriam: Kg Buah Pala the last Indian traditional village in Penang demolished. Kapitan Lim Guan Eng not forgiven nor forgotten.

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 image One year has passed today since Kg Buah Pala, the last traditional Indian village in Penang was demolished, of all dates 16/9/09, ie Malaysia Day, but the promised double storey houses for all the villagers community hall and a Hindu temple by Towkay Kapitan Lim Guan Eng and who got his DCM II Indian mandore to repeat it over and over again, using the Tamil dailies, remains a false promise, as it was never intended to be fulfilled in the first place.
To add insult to injury this towkay a few months later even demolished the cattle sheds of the said Indian victims which was even outside the land in the Court Order. Lim Guan Eng obviously sided with the Chinese capitalist developer and the Malay Koperasi in the interest of his pocket and the DAP coffers. But never mind the poor Indians kena nyaya.
Kg Buah Pala is a unique case where a traditional Indian village was handed over to a Malay koperasi, who then handed it over to a Chinese developer for a share of profits arrangements.
DAP and Lim Guan Eng will be remembered in the 2012/2013 General Elections.
Every dog has it’s day. So too does Hindraf and the victims of Kg Buah Pala.
Rights not Mercy.
Karunai Nithi @ Compassionate Justice
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in memoriam 1


By Muralitharan Ramachandran-

September 16 marks another chronological mile stone to all Malaysian and the pledge given by Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to protect Malaysians from the destructive acts of racism and extremism is really heartwarming. There were a series of scores from all levels of people on racism including the former premier Tun Mahathir Mohammad. The former premier’s statement which supported Perkasa the right wing of UMNO’s stance and the editorial column in UMNO’s Utusan Malaysia is rather seditious and provocative to other races in Malaysia.

Although the Prime Minister feels these people tend to be small in numbers but it is indeed an alarming situation. Keeping an eye alone is not enough and it should be ‘nipped in the bud’ to prevent it from growing any larger. There were a multitude of episodes on the crackdown of people and organizations which seemed to have sparked racial sentiments in the eyes of the government. Perkasa is still a legal body where else Hindraf an organization which raised the rights of Malaysian Indians were labeled as terrorist, illegal movement, the legal advisors were arrested using the draconian law and revoked citizenship of the chairperson. A few politicians from the opposition party and activist were also arrested using the same draconian law back in the 1980’s in the pretext of constructing racial tension. The chairman and the Patron of Perkasa is still out and crafting racial tension which could destroy the harmony of our beloved soil while the main stream media of UMNO, Utusan Malaysia writes supportive articles of the duo which is a hindrance to Malaysia.

Why is the double standard being practiced here? The law should be the same for everyone. Here again, Malaysians are against the draconian ISA act and it is called to be abolished. To show the commitment of Datuk Seri Najib’s 1 Malaysia concept the duo should be charged in an open court under the sedition act, Perkasa and Utusan Malaysia should be banned. These actions will be cheered by many peace and harmony loving Malaysians. To the question of security threat which of course will occur due to dissatisfaction by supporters, it will be definitely in a very tiny percentage which the peace keeping forces in our nation will be able to handle it amicably because majority of Malay ethnic group are also against the movement and also feels disturbed by the comments of Tun Mahathir and this proves that there will not be much of a threat to the nation.

For a start of this Memorial Day Datuk Seri Najib should show his seriousness in combating racial tension and working towards his 1 Malaysia concept.

Wishing all Malaysians A Happy Malaysia Day.

Complaint to U.N on 2, 237 top Indian students denied higher education in Malaysia


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No.6, Jalan Abdullah, Off Jalan Bangsar, 59000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: 03-2282 5241 Fax: 03-2282 5245
Website: Email:
Your Reference :
In Reply :
Date : 15/09/2010

Mr. Kamal Malhotra
UN Resident Coordinator
United Nations Malaysia
Wisma UN, Block C, Kompleks
Pejabat Damansara, Jalan Dungun,
Damansara Heights,                                               Fax No: 603-2095 2870
50490 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.                               Email:

Dear Sirs,

RE: HRP Memorandum ON:-

(1)      An estimated 2,237 top and high achieving Indian students have been segregated and denied JPA scholarships, PTPTN loans, Matriculation and University seats. 
(2) Indian students in Public Universities systematically reduced from 28% to 0.27% in 40 years.       
(3)   Request for United Nations fact finding mission to investigate the ‘a la apartheid’ denial of higher education for the top and high achieving ethnic minority Indian students in Malaysia.
(4)   Request for United Nations nominated official to head the Selection Committee together with three (3) others for JPA scholarships, Matriculation and University places in Malaysia for an interim five years.

We refer to the above matter and to our letter dated 27/07/2010.
We would appreciate the update on your forwarding of the aforesaid Memorandum to the
United Nations (U.N). High Commissioner for Human Rights Council’s special Rapporteur on Right to Education.
Thank You.

Your faithfully,
Mr. S. Jayathas
Information Chief
Human Rights Party Malaysia (HRP) & HINDRAF
6 (A) Jalan Abdullah, Off Jalan Bangsar,
59000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel: 2282 6241 / 012-636 2287; Fax: 03 – 2282 5245
U.N to HRP: No Rights to Education (for minority Indians) in Malaysia (which is racist – by UMNO)
Memo on Top Indian students systematically denied JPA scholarships etc, University & Matriculation places to UN Secretary General accepted by UNICEF Head Malaysia Mr.Hans Olsen on 22/7/2010 
Ban Ki-moon
Secretary General of the United Nations
One UN Plaza, First Avenue and East 42 Street
New York, NY10017 Fax: +41-22-917-9011

Ms Navanethem Pillay
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
Office of the Nations High Commissioner of
Human Rights (OHCHR)
Palais Wilson, 52 rue des Paquis
CH-1201 Geneva, Switzerland. Fax: +41-22-917-9006

Mr Vernon Munoz Villalobos
UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Education
United Nations Human Rights Council
Tel: (506) 2248-2508, (506) 2258-8585, ext. 1161.
Fax: (506) 2248-0991, (506) 2248-2533
PO BOX: 1245-1007 San Jose, Costa Rica

7 Place de Fontenoy, 75352 Paris 07 SP
France. Fax: +33-1-4567-1690

Independent Expert on the Question of
Human Rights and Extreme Poverty (ICHRP)
Rue Ferdinand- Holder 17 Fax: +41-22-775-3303
CH-1207 Geneva Email:

Mr Oliver De Schutter,
Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner
for Human Rights (OHCHR)
Palais Wilson, 52 rue des Paquis
CH – 1201 Geneva, Switzerland Fax: +41-22-917-9006

Ms Gay McDougall
Independent Expert on Minority Issues
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner
for Human Rights (OHCHR)
Palais des Nations
CH-1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland. Fax: +41-22-917-9006

Mr Githu Muigai
Special Rapoorteur on Contemporary Forms
of Racism,
Racial Discrimination,
Xenophobia and Related Intolerance
Palais des Nations
CH- 1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland Fax: +41-22-917-9006

HRP welcomes and to meet new U.S Ambassador to K.L on Malaysian Indian Minority & Human Rights Violations Annual Report 2009.

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No.6, Jalan Abdullah, Off Jalan Bangsar, 59000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: 03-2282 5241 Fax: 03-2282 5245
Your Reference :
In Reply :
Date : 15TH September 2010
To : Your Execellency Mr.Paul W Jones
Ambassador of the United States of America
Embassy of the United States of America,
Jalan Ampang, Fax: 03-21489192
Kuala Lumpur. Email:
Re: Welcome to Malaysia
Appointment to pay courtesy call on your goodself.
Your Excellency,
We, of the Human Rights Party Malaysia wish to extend your goodself a very warm welcome on your being appointed the Ambassador of the United States of America to Malaysia here in Kuala Lumpur.
It is heartening to read in The Star daily 15/9/10 that quoted your goodself as saying President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hilary Clinton have encouraged you “to harmonize the relations by having conversations and engagements with all parties”. We are extremely happy that you are starting on this note. This openness on your part will certainly contribute to strengthening democracy, human rights, minority rights, the rule of law and in upholding the Malaysian Constitution.
As you probably are aware, there has been, in recent years a significant weakening of the various institutions of governance in Malaysia. One of the major effects of this has been a noticeable erosion of fundamental human rights and minority rights. We, of the Human Rights Party of Malaysia represent a significant section of the population who have been adversely affected by all of this. Central to our political thrust are two major initiatives. One is to bring the marginalized minority even up to the sixth generation Malaysian born merely 8% ethnic minority Indians into the mainstream of national development of the country, who have been marginalized and segregated by the slanted policies of the current ruling coalition. The second of our thrusts is to eliminate all forms of state sponsored racist, supremacist and segregationist polices.
In the United States of America a first generation and son of an immigrant can become the President of the country, while here in Malaysia even the fifth and sixth generation non-Malay muslim citizens cannot aspire to be even the head of a small department within the government, for example even a Post Master, not to mention all the other innumerable deprivation, that is allowed to take place with impunity in the name of Article 153 of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia. Segregation, unfair allocation of resources, inequal treatment in almost all facets of life continue to occur in Malaysia in the name of this Article 153 in subtle but sure ways.
Most of the segregation of this Malaysian Indian community is as is reported on a daily basis in our website .
We hope that with the openness that you will offer, you will be able to get a better understanding of all of this. This will require that you give groups of all persuausion appropriate hearing and to convey to your government a balanced picture of the Malaysian situation. This will hopefully result in the provision of the appropriate motivation to the ruling political party here in Malaysia, to move on with the process of complete democratisation and a consolidation of human and minority rights in the country.
In this regard we would like to request an appointment with Your Excellency to present the Malaysian Indian Minority & Human Rights Violations Annual Report 2009 and to share our perspective on all of that with you. We hope you to be able to meet you soon.
We welcome you once again to Malaysia and we look forward to working with you.
Thank You.
(Sec. General pro tem)
Human Rights Party of Malaysia

US Ambassador

The last Indian Railway man