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MIC lost relevance 38 years ago, says Niat chief

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Published on Jul 10, 2012

INTERVIEW The MIC lost its relevance in politics and to the Indian community as far back as 1974, says National Indian Rights Action Team (Niat) chairperson Thasleem Mohd Ibrahim.

"It started becoming irrelevant much earlier, but (former MIC president) S Samy Vellu had his own way of making the party appeared relevant," Thasleem told Malaysiakini in an interview last week.

Full Story: http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/203146

Camera: Fendi Zulkfley

Editing: Tan Jiun Wuu

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