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Shocking!! They always called Samy Vellu a gangster and a thug. Perhaps this was one reason he controlled MIC for 32 years. He is supposed to have helped Indians, but here, I am being fair, there have been instances when he had helped out Indians in need. But with all the scandals in MIC, the help he rendered is considered pittance – he could have if he intended to help the Indians, more.


Well, he is reaching his end days, and I can tell you it is frustrating to know you have not done the best having been given the chance. God help him to find his peace.


Now we see the younger gangsters and thugs within MIC. Samy was a Batu Caves one, where does T.Mohan come from. He can’t beat Samy, he cannot last 32 years, and seeing his picture:


I can vouch he is too young and being in a precarious position to follow Samy. I believe his wife is involved. My suggestion to this family, you cannot be like Samy, he was special because the Indians were foolish to believe MIC was there for them. Now, they curse Samy but with the present political upheaval, Mohans cannot do anything for the Indians. Please get on with your lives, you cannot be another Samy. You may end up being sorry. Good luck.


What intrigued me was this statement:

To questions from reporters, Latheefa said the mob shouted that the issue of stateless ethnic Indians was an MIC issue, and asked why PKR was getting involved.

Why are Indians made stupid by MIC. You can’t do it, why not let others do. MIC is a washout but there are some “never die” members, displaying prominence, have you forgotten why Najib is even willing to bring in Makkal Sakthi, to get Indian support. 300,000 Indian people were not helped. Where are you MIC.   



MIC thugs attacked us at PM’s office, decries PKR veep

  • Koh Jun Lin
  • 5:47PM May 2, 2012


PKR claims that its delegation to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) this morning was attacked at the gates by MIC thugs, causing one member to be warded in Putrajaya Hospital for his injuries.
NONEThe party’s vice-president N Surendran said he and about 30 PKR leaders and supporters were there for an appointment with Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak on the issue of secondary school student Reshina Batumanathan’s citizenship.
“We found hundreds of MIC gangsters waiting there for us.
“What was even more shocking was that they were led by MIC Youth chief T Mohan himself, and other MIC leaders,” Surendran told a press conference at PKR’s headquarters in Tropicana, Selangor.
In the incident about 11.30am, Surendran said, the MIC men charged at him and Reshina, but they were blocked by PKR supporters. They were then able to enter the PMO.
NONE“However, PKR Puchong division chief S Murali was pulled out and seriously beaten by the MIC gangsters. He was bleeding from his eye and fainted. He was then admitted to the hospital,” he said.

PKR’s Women’s wing chief Zuraida Kamaruddin, who was also with the delegation, expressed disappointment that police officers at the scene did not intervene in the scuffle.
Other PKR leaders in the delegation were its director of strategy Rafizi Ramli, legal bureau head Latheefa Koya, MP for Kapar S Manickavasagam and information bureau committee member K Gunasekaran, all of whom were also present at the press conference.
Latheefa claimed that the attack was pre-mediated and that the group was not there by coincidence, for they carried banners making reference to Surendran.

‘MIC Youth leader’s wife tweeted, asking for Surendran’

Also, Mohan’s wife had tweeted, “Where are you Surendran, we are waiting for you,” prior to the attack.
To questions from reporters, Latheefa said the mob shouted that the issue of stateless ethnic Indians was an MIC issue, and asked why PKR was getting involved.
NONEReshina, 17, was expelled by her school last month because she did not have an IC to register for the SPM examination, even though she was born in Malaysia and her father has a blue IC, indicating that he is documented as a citizen.
“Under Article 14 (of the federal constitution), she is automatically a citizen of Malaysia because her father is a citizen,” said Surendran, who also showed the father’s IC to members of the press.
He said Reshina “is living proof” that the government’s MyDaftar programme to register undocumented Malaysians was a failure, and claimed that the programme’s taskforce consultant, Siva Subramaniam, had advised her to register to study as a foreigner.
This was unacceptable, Surendran said, as Reshina is not a foreigner but a Malaysian who does not have the documents to acknowledge her citizenship.
He urged Najib to recognise her citizenship within 24 hours, since the pertinent documents had already been handed to his aide Ghazali Ibrahim.
As for the attack, Surendran said a police report would be lodged on the matter tomorrow afternoon.
As of late this evening, Malaysiakini’s attempts to reach the MIC’s Mohan for his comments have been unsuccessful.


MIC had not blogged about MIC for quite some time. Sad to say Samy Velu is not around and what can MIC do to interest us on the so called goodies MIC has graced the Indian community. Without Samy MIC is dead and Palanivelu cannot and would not build up MIC to heights maintained by our Samy.

But junior clones of the Sami establishment remain though – R.Ramanan, T.Mohan, V.Ragunathan, who are there to remind Indians MIC is great.

It is still money and illegal dealings, and in time to come, the present day leaders of MIC will beat Samy to the race.

So, MIC is still life and kicking, still helping Indians, but as usual picking up money here and there. Can’t they be ever straight?

Tables turned on Ramanan
K Pragalath |  April 16, 2011

Police report lodged against MIC Youth branch leader for allegedlly swindling a psychiatrist of RM5.5 million in a land matter.

KUALA LUMPUR: Bandar Syed Putra MIC Youth head, R Ramanan, who had accused MIC Youth chief T Mohan of misappropriating funds amounting to RM100,000 from a charity dinner, appears to have had the tables turned on him.

Social activist V Ragunathan, 32, a close friend of Ramanan, lodged a report against the latter this morning at the Sentul police station for fraud.

Ragunathan told the press that he lodged the report based on documented evidence he received on April 10 of Ramanan’s involvement in a land matter involving psychiatrist Dr M Mahadevan and the defence ministry.

“Ramanan squandered RM5.5 million from Mahadevan after pleading he could settle a land dispute the doctor had with the defence ministry,” said Ragunathan.

Ramanan produced an unsigned letter purportedly from defence ministry as an inducement to convince Mahadevan he could solve the latter’s problem over a plot of land in Kedah.

Mahadevan rented out a plot of land in Sungai Petani several decades ago to the defence ministry. However, it stopped paying rental to the doctor in the 1980s, said Ragunathan.

The outstanding rental amount involved is RM26,638,737.96.

Ragunathan wanted to know why the police had not taken action against Ramanan even though a police report was lodged by Mahadevan at the commercial crimes division in Bukit Aman last year.

“Are they afraid to act because he is linked to MIC or because he is a datuk?” asked Ragunathan.

He submitted a copy of the purportedly forged letter from the defence ministry, a bank slip showing a payout for RM5.5 million and a copy of a police report previously lodged by Mahadevan in 2010.

Ramanan was sacked as MIC Youth public complaints by Mohan in February
this year.

MIC now begs for a second Ministerial post from Najib. With Najib trying to streamline the cabinet, it is nigh impossible that he would agree. The joke going around is Samy Vellu will be made a Senator and may walk in through the back door to possibly get back his Works Ministry or Minister of Indian Affairs as they did in Perak. Najib must be dumb enough to do that.

T.Mohan the youth coordinator may not know the history of MIC, but it was Samy Vellu who in the seventies did not want a second Minister after Athi Nahappan died. Samy Velu asked for and got a deputy Ministers post to replace a Minister. Sam was frightened of rivalry.

T.Mohan may not know, if Athi Nahappan had not died in 1976, we would have missed Samy Vellu being the President of MIC, and what a frightful thought it is. Indians without Samy Vellu. Just can’t imagine.

Read my earlier posting here.  

MIC seeks second ministerial post

KUALA LUMPUR: MIC Youth has urged Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to consider giving another minister post to the party.

Its coordinator T. Mohan said this was necessary as the Indian community faced numerous social problems and issues which could only be addressed by an Indian appointee.

He said the MIC used to have two ministers during the tenure of Prime Minister Tun Hussein Onn. The then MIC president Tun V.T. Sambanthan was in charge of the Unity portfolio while Tan Sri Athi Nahappan was Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department.

Mohan said that the present one full minister and two deputy ministers was inadequate to serve the 1.9 million Indians in the country.

He said the additional post would make it easier for MIC to go to the ground and regain the lost support for Barisan.

Chitrakala Vasu is not that innocent as it was thought of at first. She portrayed herself as an innocent CEO of MIED, the education arm of MIC, and apparently Samy Vellu was bent on destroying her. She was “my girl” of Samy Vellu, pampered, and paid RM18,000, to be the CEO. She was brave enough to accuse Samy Vellu, and when Samy Vellu hit back more unsavoury details are immerging. One is she has interests in 13 companies and in league with T.Mohan, the MIC Youth Chief, has been, to say the least, a successful business woman. One cannot forget, the help rendered by Samy Vellu, husband getting 2 distributors licence for car dealership at the behest of Mahathir, and even a loan of RM3 million.
There is allegation of funds being diverted from MIED and Samy Vellu has called her a thief devoid of any morals.

So is Madam that innocent. Only time will tell.
Chitrakala: Chitrakala’s 13 companies

Makkal Osai, Sunday, March 29, 2009

While the Indian community is pondering the causes for the smoldering in MIED, the latest disclosure of former MIED CEO Chitrakala’s interest in 13 companies shocked top leaders, according to MIED source.

The top leaders are further astounded by the revelation of Mrs. Chitrakala and MIC national youth leader T Mohan being directors in the same companies, the source added

 3.5 m hijack

It seems things went smoothly in MIED when Chitrakala took over the CEO position.

But, troubles started after the official opening ceremony of AIMST College, Kedah.

Later Chitrakala resigned, a three member investigation committee was setup and a series of police reports followed.

Now, Dato Sri Samy Vellu is apparently enraged on T Mohan for his involvement with Chitrakala.

It looks MIC leadership has decided to remove T Mohan from his position, in a couple of months.

Dato Sri Samy Vellu is saying that during his tenure many were given opportunities and positions, yet they are working against him. Millions of shares in many companies shocked many including Dato Sri Samy Vellu.

Chitrakala is director and shareholder in the following companies:

1. Surya Setia Capital Berhad

2. Vista surya Sdn Bhd

3. V C Publications (M) Sdn Bhd

4. V Media Sdn Bhd

5. Vista Cheriya Sdn Bhd

6. Juara Masuri Sdn Bhd

7. Jernih Permai Sdn Bhd

8. Vistam Peace Publications Sdn Bhd

9. Silver Line Service Sdn Bhd

10. Pyramid Symira Theater (M) Sdn Bhd

11. E S Communications Sdn Bhd

12. Konsortium Surya Setia Sdn Bhd

13. Indrani Holdings Sdn Bhd

On these, Indrani Holdings operates at Minara Manikavasagam building where MIC headquarters is.

Mrs. Chitrakala has 1 share in Indrani Holdings. She is a director of Silver Line and Mohan a/l Thangarasu has 1.4 million shares. Malays and Chinese are also partners in Chitrakala’s businesses.

Because of these business dealings between Chitrakala and T Mohan, a venomous campaign is being carried out, the source said.

The desperate women Chitrakala joined the long list of Samy Vellu cronies who enjoyed power and after fall out cry foul. 
Chitrakala says, she is no monkey but a Chartered Accountant and MBA holder to deserve the high income of RM 18,000 for being MIED CEO. Yet she hijacked RM 5.26 million MIED fund. Sources say, 3.2 million was transferred to her business partner T. Mohan, MIC youth leader and the rest was deposited in her children’s accounts which have since been frozen by the authorities.
Any monkey would have known better ways to stash the loot.

T Mohan

T Mohan, Chitrakala’s Business partner and MIC National youth chief

Chitrakala’s Business partner questioned

NST, March 04 2009 — "She had told me it was money collected from her family members. I only knew the money might be connected to the MIED when police began this investigation," he told the New Straits Times when contacted.
A source close to MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said about RM3.5 million was taken out from the MIED account "some time in the third quarter of last year" for a "personal business purpose"