Malaysia- One minister says Indian workers banned, another says no.

published on January 8, 2008

Two Contradictory News Reports

1) Malaysia ban on Indian workers

* Ban a retaliation against recent Hindu Upsrising
*Ban also on Indian priests, sculptors and musicians.
* The news was released when Defence Minister A K Antony ended his three-day visit to Malaysia and took decisions to strenghthen Malaysian Army (For what to kill the remaining Hindus?)

2) Malaysia denies ban on Indian workers

* Samy Vellu Malaysian Minister who is now in Delhi denies “I just spoke to my prime minister … There is no truth in the statement released by Reuters … It’s not true means everything is status quo,”

Shri Kalyanaramanji’s Comment

In the Indian history idiom, this state of affairs is called Tuglak durbar. I hope PM Badawi does not go down in history drawing a comparison with Mohammad Bin Tuglak who shifted his capital from Delhi to Daulatabad.

Together with the banning of visas for non-muslim priests, Badawi is being misled by wahhabi groups into turning Malaysia into an Islamic state. All ethnic communities of Malaysia, Beware ! Malaysia is no longer the pluralist, multi-ethnic society that made its citizens proud as Malaysians, a nation almost reminding one of the continents of Asia, hence the name Malaysia.

PM Badawi will do well to release the Hindraf members and start a national reconciliation dialogue. That will get him a place in history; else, he will not even become a footnote in Malaysian history. The choice is his.

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