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Chitrakala’s 13 companies

Samy Vellu-Chitrakala spat closure

The Malay Mail, Wednesday, September 14th, 2011 -- The court was told Chitrakala returned the money to MIED in one lump sum on July 29, prompting the Attorney General’s Chambers to drop the charges against her on Sept 6. (......more)

Former MIED CEO acquitted of RM4mil cheating charge

The Star, Tuesday September 13, 2011-- Former chief executive officer of Maju Institute for Education Development (MIED), P. Chithirakala, has been acquitted and discharged of three charges of cheating involving RM4mil. (.....more)

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. ( ...more)

Wrathful but grateful

The Star, March 08 2009 -- Seen as a heroine by some and a villainess by others, P. Chitrakala Vasu is quite an enigma. She may be embroiled in a rabid row with Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu over financial iniquities in the MIC-linked Maju Institute for Education Development but she is still thankful to him for all his help in the past. (...more)

Chitrakala's presence in Parliament raises MPs' ire

NST, March 04 2009 -- Nazri ticked off Gobalakrishnan for his irresponsible action. "Be careful. She's not an MP. How can she hold a press conference here?" Nazri chided Gobalakrishnan in full view of the media outside the members' lounge. Nazri said it was highly irresponsible of Gobalakrishnan to abuse his perks and privileges to allow Chitrakala to speak to the press at the Parliament canteen. (....more)

4-in-1 MIED AGMs

Chitrakala, when contacted. said: "He (Samy Vellu) is entitled to say anything he likes to a group of people who are willing to listen to his tales without questioning him just as how he has been telling things about AIMST and MIED ownership.

Supermom Chitrakala sues Samy, Indrani and Tamil Nesan

Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Raising four kids is not easy even for homemakers in the current environment.  But, not for Supermom Chitrakala who is juggling between raising four kids and venturing in 13 companies dealing in wide range of business from auto service to national service camp. (........more)

Daggers drawn at MIED meet over Chitirakala, Mar 31 2010 -- Vigneswaran, who is a MIED life member, responded: “It is the Chithirakala whom you gave a salary of RM25,000.00 from MIED per month, whom you helped get a National Service Camp, whom you gave the Perodua and Proton dealership to and whom you gave paid holidays.” (......more)

Injunction to stop MIED AGM rejected

The Traveler, March 27, 2010 -- The move to stop Maju Institute of Educational Development (MIED) annual general meeting to be held on March 31st. by Vickneswaran, former MIC youth chief, failed as the Shah Alam high court rejected his application for an injunction, according to Tamil Nesan daily. (....more)

Indian of the week 01/09
chitrakala vasu

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". (...more)


Chitrakala says she is scared of Samy Vellu

Baradan Kuppusamy,, March 01 009 -- “He felt very insecure after losing in Sungei Siput and losing as minister. Not being a minister anymore and without it he was a nobody. He knew his days were numbered and he would be challenged for the president’s post. So he got very insecure and saw enemies everywhere,” she said. (.....more)

Samy Vellu says:
“The statements were made by a desperate woman who is being investigated by the police for criminal misappropriation of funds belonging to the Indian community.”

“There has never been a greater case of breach of trust by an employee (of MIED). She is nothing more than a thief devoid of any morals and standards of decency.
malaymail 030309

MIED spat: Slanging match over missing millions turns vicious

NST, March 02 2009 -- The claws are out. Both sides have resorted to publicly calling each other a thief. In what is becoming an increasingly venomous spat, MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu accused former Maju Institute of Educational Development chief executive officer P. Chitrakala Vasu of being a "thief devoid of any morals". (.....more

Founder-member boycotts MIED AGM, alleges irregularities, Jan 16 2010 -- Among the matters being investigated, according to Subramaniam, is 1.29 million TNB shares that the government allocated to the MIC. The shares were later transferred to the MIED to be held in trust, with an agreement that 50 per cent of the proceeds from the sale of the shares to be donated to the MIED. (....more)


The Traveler, Monday, January 18, 2010 -- MIED finally held its official annual general meeting, this morning, with 26 attendee’s out of 31 members. (....more)

More trouble for MIED

The Malay Mail, Thursday, January 14th, 2010 -- It was learnt that Ismail had ordered CCM chief executive officer Datuk Azmi Ariffin to investigate complaints against the MIED involving alleged breach of trust, financial mismanagement, abuse of power, negligence and breach of statutory duties by the trustees. (.....more)

Supermom Chitrakala Vasu


MIED Maju Institute of Educational Development CEO
Chitrakala & Samy Velu in good times

MIED scandal: Probe into former top MIC official

NST, Mar 03 2009 -- "I hope police will freeze Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu's bank account as well. "Are they daring enough?" she asked at a press conference held at the Parliament cafeteria yesterday. She said the police had not frozen her husband's account."But I don't know what would happen to his accounts over the next few days," she said. (....more)


“He financed my education, launched my career and got me started in business. He got for my husband contracts and licences. He was our greatest benefactor,”

(She readily admits Samy Vellu personally met former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Najib to help get for her husband a Proton and a Perodua outlet and management of a National Service camp.) (...more)

chitrakala police report

MIC leader: MIED executive a 'desperate person'

Bernama, Mar 01 2009 -- Saying that he was not at all surprised by the allegations made by the MIED senior officer, the politican said the statements were that of "a desperate person, who was being investigated for criminal misappropriation of funds belonging to the Indian community". (.......more)

Chitrakala's Police Report - Malay Mail

* Claimed that RM2 million for the tsunami victims in Sri Lanka was collected in 2004 under the Ministry of Works, when Samy Vellu was minister.

* Alleged the money was subsequently transferred to the account of MIC’s social welfare arm Yayasan Pemulihan Sosial (YPS) of which Samy Vellu is chairman and Chitrakala the CEO.

* Alleged that Samy Vellu had said the cash was extras from the funds that were collected and intended for future use for the people of Sri Lanka.

* Alleged that Samy Vellu had asked her to place the RM2 million in fixed deposit.

* Claimed she was making the police report “to avoid the possibility of Samy Vellu using the RM2 million for any other unauthorised purpose and putting the blame on me”.

* Alleged lorry loads of files and documents were carted away from the MIED office on Jan 2, when she was told to go on leave pending an internal probe.

* Gave details of a heated confrontation she had with Samy Vellu in his office on Dec 31, 2008, in the presence of MIC vice-presidents Datuk S. Veerasingham and Datuk S. Sothinathan.


No Suits Against Samy Vellu, Wife And Tamil Nesan Over Defamatory Words

Oct 21 (Bernama) -- The defamation suits filed by former Maju Institute of Educational Development (MIED) chief executive officer P. Chithirakala against former MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu and two others, have reached an out-of-court settlement. This followed Chithirakala filing a notice of discontinuance of the suits last Tuesday, at the High Court. (......more)


‘AG abused power in Chithirakala case’

September 15, 2011, FMT -- Referring to Chithirakala’s case, he said her disclosure that she had returned the money amounted to an admission that she had committed the crime. The court should therefore punish her, he added. (.....more)

Samy Vellu-Chitrakala spat closure

The Malay Mail, Wednesday, September 14th, 2011 -- The court was told Chitrakala returned the money to MIED in one lump sum on July 29, prompting the Attorney General’s Chambers to drop the charges against her on Sept 6. (......more)

Former MIED CEO acquitted of RM4mil cheating charge

The Star, Tuesday September 13, 2011-- Former chief executive officer of Maju Institute for Education Development (MIED), P. Chithirakala, has been acquitted and discharged of three charges of cheating involving RM4mil. (.....more)

MIED fiasco blows up

The Malay Mail, Wednesday, January 13th, 2010 -- The nine trustees of MIC's billion-ringgit educational flagship Maju Institute for Education Development (MIED) have been slammed with an unprecedented legal action that could provide an insight into alleged irregularities that has wrecked the credibility of the party. (.....more)

Loyalists leave Samy Vellu high and dry, Jan 12 -- MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu and his troubled brainchild, MIED, has been thrown into further disarray, after loyalist Tan Sri Dr K. Ampikaipakan quit as AIMST University chairman, trustee and director of MIED. (......more)


The Malay Mail, Friday, January 8th, 2010 -- Tan Sri Dr K. Ampikaipakan had been implicated land — alienated by the Kedah government to build the Asian Institute of Medicine, Science and Technology University (AIMST) — in the name of IMST Sdn Bhd. (.....more)


The Malay Mail, Dec 14 2009 -- The MIC’s billion-ringgit educational flagship Maju Institute for Education Development (MIED) is in turbulent waters, following a legal notice against its eight trustees by one of its own members alleging serious irregularities, ranging from financial mismanagement to abuse of power. (.....more)

MIED run by an 'unlawful' bunch

The Malay Mail, December 1st, 2009 -- “MIED clearly failed to adhere to the statutory requirement and its own articles, and for the whole of 2009, it has been operating with an unlawfully constituted board of directors, and this illegal board cannot call, and convene the 2009 AGM,” said Subramaniam. (....more)


Bootlicking Samy Vellu for Dummies

By: Traveler, ‎Monday, ‎January ‎11, ‎2010 -- Some Malaysians have acquired the art of bootlicking their leaders to rise on the political ladder particularly Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) fellows and some are expert bootlickers. These MIC fellows use various methodologies. (.....more)

MIED study loan for the Dead

The Traveler, Tuesday, November 17, 2009

In the MIC central working committee (CWC) meeting held yesterday, MIC President Samy Vellu alleged that supermom Chitrakala, former MIED CEO, mother of four kids and having interest in 13 companies from Auto service to National service camp, used dead people names to hijack RM 3.2 million, according to a reliable source. (....more)

MIED 3.5 Million Hijack

The Traveler, Sunday, March 22 2009 -- Mohan Thangarasu is only aware of the purported loan from MIED on Feb 05. This is laughable considering Mohan Thangarasu’s strong ties with Chitrakala Vasu and her husband Vasu Kunjamboo in several companies.

Mohan Thangarasu says the ‘deal’ fell through and Chitrakala Vasu has taken back the money. Has she returned the money to MIED? If not, why? (.....more)

Police to Arrest Top MIED 0fficial?

The Traveler, Sunday, March 15, 2009 -- Rumors are rife that police will be arresting a top MIED official this week was reported by Tamil daily Makkal Osai today. No name as mentioned but the news report insinuation was pointing to suspended CEO, Chitrakala. How far this rumor is true?  Raja Petra Kamaruddin , Malaysia Today editor, says 90% of rumors will become true in Malaysia. Let’s wait and see. (....more)

MIED: No Monkey Business

The Traveler, Friday, March 13, 2009 -- 3.5 million out of 5.26 million money Chitrakala hijacked is said to have been transferred to T Mohan, MIC national youth leader.  Actually, Chitrakala, T Mohan and Vasu (Chitrakala’s husband) are partners in Surya Setia Capital Berhad. The company has recently acquired 50 acres of land in Sunkai, Perak for 3.5 million. Another Chitrakala’s company, Sillverline Sdn. Bhd has secured 9. 3 million loan from Affin Bank. Now you know where the money has gone. (.....more)

Chitrakala: I'm not sabotaging Samy Vellu

NST, March 07 2009 -- "In MIC, judgment is passed without trial. But no one dares to question Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu."

The 38-year-old had few kind words to say about her employer who will be celebrating his 73rd birthday tomorrow.

"Thirty years of politics is enough. His birthday gift this year should be for him to go home and spend time with his grandchildren. Enough of his dictatorship." (....more)

Chitrakala wants to meet Najib

NST 05 March 2009 -- "I have made it clear to Datuk Shariman that if the deputy prime minister can't see me, I'll go and see Anwar Ibrahim because he was the former finance minister and he knew about MIED matters." (.....more)


Press Statement by MIC Youth coordinator T. Mohan

March 17 2009 -- Referring to the front page report in Makkal Osai, I wish to categorically state that the report in the newspaper as well as in the Indian Malaysian Online were total fabrication of lies.

I am seeking legal opinion in order to initiate legal proceedings against the newspaper and the online portal.

The suspended MIED CEO Chithrakala is a partner in Suria Setia Capital Berhad (SSCB)  and Silverline Sdn Bhd. She had invested RM3.5 mil in SSCB for a deal which later did not go through and she had taken back the money. (.....more)

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