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Sometimes you don’t understand people. To touch the nose one need not circle your hand around the head to do it. For 32 years Samy was given the task of running the MIC and after tsunami of March 8, he should have taken stock of his position and that of MIC. But he insists on riding the dead horse, and whispers words like strategies, rejuvenation, rebranding, words the dead horse does not hear – it is dead. So, we are told that the one day workshop attended by grassroot leaders, will transform MIC, formulate strategies, as if MIC was run without strategies at all. What will the 150 division leaders say, we are sorry we did not do our part, and from Monday our energy will be directed to bring back MIC to a position of excellence. If anything good is to come, Samy Vellu should not be around, and let the 150 leaders speak up. They will tell everybody we lost because of Samy. What a waste of money and time beating a dead horse.   

Samy To Unveil Strategies To Rejuvenate MIC

KUALA LUMPUR, March 29 (Bernama) — Reeling from a devastating defeat in the recent general elections, the MIC is set to undergo a rebranding through rejuvenation.
Party president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu aims to do this when he unveils several strategies at the MIC workshop for divisional leaders here Sunday.
The one-day workshop, dubbed “Rebranding the MIC”, would be attended by 150 divisional leaders to provide an opportunity for grassroot leaders to share their concerns in the post-general election context.
“It will enable divisional leaders to formulate strategies in strengthening the party and winning back Indian support for the party,” Samy Vellu said in a statement Saturday.
The workshop will also see strategies on how the party would operate in opposition-led states namely Kedah, Penang, Perak and Selangor, and how it would position itself with the Barisan Nasional, as the voice of the Indian community.
At the recently-concluded general election, MIC only won three of nine parliamentary seats it contested.
Among the casualties were Samy Vellu, party deputy president, Datuk G. Palanivel, vice-president Datuk S. Sothinathan, Wanita chief Datuk Paduka Komala Krishnamoorthy and Youth head S. A. Vigneswaran.
Among those who managed to withstand the March 8 ‘political tsunami’ were MIC secretary-general Datuk Dr S. Subramaniam, who is also Human Resources Minister, information chief Datuk M. Saravanan who is Federal Territories deputy minister, and S. K. Devamany, deputy minister in the Prime Minister’s Department.

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