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Indian Blueprint is not a political game

N S Rajendran, Director of SEDIC

Kuala Lumpur, May 29 (UITV): The Unit for the Socio-Economic Development of the Indian Community (SEDIC) believes that the Indian Blueprint is not a political game. The Director of SEDIC NS Rajendran clearly refuted the claim that the new Indian Blueprint is a political rhetoric aimed to draw Indian votes ahead of the 14th General Election in Malaysia.

“If it was to win votes in GE14, we could have placed a complete delivery of MIB, which would have had the intended effect of increasing Indian votes come GE14” N S Rajendran told in a press conference.

He thanked the Prime Minister of Malaysia and told “this strategy will effectively combat the longevity issue faced by other initiatives.”

Earlier this month, the government of Malaysia introduced Indian Blueprint programme to solve the citizenship issue of Indian- Malaysians and to improve their social and economic life. After this announcement, oppositions and other groups claimed that this initiative is nothing but an eye-wash to draw a huge number of Indian-Malaysian votes.

Written by Ujjainee Chakraborty