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Star of the week 2005
Star of the week 2006
Marginalised Community by:
Jayakumar. T
Mohanarani. R
Arumugam. K
Neru. R
First Published:1993, Alaigal Sdn. Bhd. Ipoh
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English Translation: iMOL

”Indian youth remain a silent reproduction of the economic system and will continue to be the ultra-marginalised. They will continue to be played up by their leaders interested in the sustenance of power and wealth even though the nation has progresses materially with fantastic highways and structures built by an Indian Malaysian, the works minister.Indian youth continue to be left behind in the process, after 43 years of the formation of multiracial Malaysia. Who speaks for them? Life continues to offer them the most unnecessary challenges and despair in which the economic system of lose-lose predominates.The Indians need to continue to throw out leaders who are insincere about helping them improve their lot. In 43 years, they have not made much progress in human dignity. Their rights as human beings continue to be abused in a nation that prides itself in making billions of Ringgit abroad through our oil-drilling activities.”

- Dr Azly Rahman,,

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