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Mar 30, 2010

One of the biggest failure of MIC: School sports on a 'concrete field'

Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) failed terribly to solve the problem that faced by SJK (T) Ladang Bukit Jalil. Claiming that they are one and the only representative of Malaysian Indian, they have unsuccessful to save the Malaysian ethnic Indians from deprived condition. After I stopped updating my blog for a long time, I feel responsible to highlight this issue since saddened by the difficulties that faced by the students.

I feel sorry for the students when they are only able to perform their sports activities in a so called 'concrete field'. This is what MIC has done for more than 50 years? When everyone starts blaming MIC, they always telling that they are doing works and keep doing. But is this the result? Don't you feel nonsense? Who to blame if not MIC alone when Tamil schools under such condition?

''''SUKAN TAHUNAN SEKOLAH JENIS KEBANGSAAN LADANG BUKIT JALIL DI ATAS LANTAI SIMEN?????'''' How you feel brothers and sisters? Don't you feel ashamed when our rich country unable to serve the citizen even with proper education and sports facilities? However I don't feel shocked since there are hundreds of schools in such deprived conditions. 9 years to march on towards Wawasan 2020, but this is what we have for our children? I'm not politicking this issue here, please understand!! Don't always shut up the mouth of people who eager to voice out the problem that our nation facing.

Every Malaysian should watch the video that I have posted! The students need better facilities. Don't you feel responsible of them? Today's Children, Tomorrow's Leaders, so please don't deny their rights of getting better facilities. And the ‘Hero MIC’ should start doing work, don’t always cheat the community with empty promises and being ‘Zero MIC’.

Watch this:



THIS IS THE 'CONCRETE FIELD' FOR SPORTS DAY

STUDENTS DOING ACTIVITIES ON THE HARD SURFACE

UNLUCKY MALAYSIANS IN THE LUCKY MALAYSIA

LIMITED SPACE IN THE WIDE NATION

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