Don’t sabotage govt during Covid-19 crisis, MIC Youth tells Dr Mahathir
KUALA LUMPUR, May 22 — MIC Youth today labelled Pakatan Harapan (PH) as shameless, over what it feels to be a concerted effort by the Opposition to sabotage the current government, amid a pandemic. MIC’s National Youth Chief R. Thinalan , also pointed out how the coalition is still marred by its...
Friday, 22 May 2020 06:10 PM MYTBY YISWAREE PALANSAMYMIC’s National Youth Chief R. Thinalan, also pointed out how the coalition is still marred by its internal strife, pointing to signs of still-existing tensions between Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and PKR president and Opposition leader, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. — Picture by Ahmad Zamzahuri
KUALA LUMPUR, May 22 — MIC Youth today labelled Pakatan Harapan (PH) as shameless, over what it feels to be a concerted effort by the Opposition to sabotage the current government, amid a pandemic.MIC’s National Youth Chief R. Thinalan, also pointed out how the coalition is still marred by its internal strife, pointing to signs of still-existing tensions between Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and PKR president and Opposition leader, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
Thinalan trained his guns on Dr Mahathir, whom he accused of trying to hold the nation at ransom, unless he gets his way in the Dewan Rakyat by way of a vote on his motion of no-confidence against Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.“In essence, Dr Mahathir is threatening and holding the entire country at ransom, since he deems it more important to be in power than having necessary Bills for the people, to be passed, including Bills that may be essential to address the Covid-19 crisis, such as any future need for further amendments to the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988 or its regulations thereof.
“In fact, it is puzzling how Dr Mahathir is acting as if he is still the leader of Pakatan Harapan when he was commanding the Opposition to reject all Bills when Datuk Seri Anwar, on the other hand, was reported to have confirmed being the Opposition leader now,” Thinalan who is also practising lawyer, added.
In an interview with Reuters, Dr Mahathir reportedly said he would seek to oust Muhyiddin at every available chance, also scolding his successor for bringing Umno back into power, after the party and its coalition, Barisan Nasional (BN), were voted out in the 14th general election.
“(Muhyiddin) is going to be in very great trouble. Because whatever chance we have to prove that it is not legitimate for him to be the prime minister, we will do that.“If everything he brings to parliament is rejected, how does he continue?” Dr Mahathir was reported as saying.
Thinalan today chastised the remark, adding that the timing of the effort would affect the government’s bid to contain the Covid-19 outbreak.“Putting politics aside, this is the worst time for Pakatan Harapan to be obsessed with power. Does Pakatan Harapan really think this is the best time to sabotage the government?” he questioned.
Thinalan also referenced the speech by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong in Parliament on Monday, which he said was already a detailed explanation as to why Muhyiddin was picked as prime minister.He also questioned the stability of PH, after contradictory statements by Dr Mahathir and Anwar recently, on a leaked audio clip of PH’s presidential council meeting.
“The audio clip, in a nutshell, reveals the power struggle between Dr Mahathir and Anwar, on the prime minister’s position, prior to PH’s embarrassing fall from grace; thanks to its own doing.“When they were questioned about the leaked audio clip, their responses even contradicted each other. Anwar has confirmed the authenticity of the audio clip while Dr Mahathir insisted on it being doctored,” Thinalan said.
He also questioned if PH has sorted out its long-standing issue on who will get to be prime minister, should it ever return to power, or it would resort to its previous position, where Dr Mahathir would be an interim prime minister again.“Even if there was a general election, are they planning to go about with the same charade again, where they would tell their own members and the rakyat that Dr Mahathir is going to be the interim prime minister without a timeline before Anwar takes over?” he asked.
Why cannot when u all can sabo PH Look at his face expression, a face of a hawk who won't listen to others but himself. He us utmost right while others 'who cares their opinion'. Why mic takut ke? New govt mic no rooms. Sabotage? Please ask him to use sanitiser for hand don't consume it. High on alcohol. 🤦♂️🤦♂️🤦♂️
Pooorah.... Words from a window dressing party. Words Mabuk todi ke. .atau mabuk arak Bangau oh Bangau kena angkat minum toddy, Bangau : mana tak minum toddy, pasai samsu dah kena gasak oleh si celaka MIC And yet Sheraton happened.. Otak mana otak? Someone forgets who started that Sharton move in the beginning of Pandemic and made the situation worst. Irrelevant comment should be avoided.
Eh I thought this useless party die together with Semi Value? What is MIC? huh? and langkah sheraton itu apa? MIC is feeling left out from the GLC-appointment, ministerial posts giveaways ah? MIC is as delusional as it is irrelevant.. Plz tell that mic youth that the Sheraton move was made during covid as well.... Where were those idiots then.... Buzy discussing to find which ministry to ask....? Moron
MIC? Lol Is MIC even relevant today? I don't know any Indians actually support MIC in recent years eh beribu ribu tahniah punya badut mic, pru14 klh teruk tinggal mp sorang je badut betul dlm pn pun mcm token je picisan skdr nk tunjuk ada wakil indian mcm hidup segan mati tak mahu Thamby.. Takutkah nanti you punya satu kerusi pun tak ada!
What? The shameless MIC making statement again. Really shameless fellow's Saving?.. when Tun was PM 0 deaths n only 37 cases...and the first cluster cycle ended...0 deaths n even no new cases for 4 days...Under PN total tragedy MIC..bloody usless n balless party..poodah.. Balik kampung tanam jagung Worry about your Deputy President la dei, who is talking utter garbage as HR Minister
MIC then who politicking while pandemic by Sheraton? Kecut sudah ka! MIC mabuk ka? Dei where were u when najib curi? Podah... Super duper idiotic barbaric moron Please wake up! MIC, who is now in PN, sabotaged PH while Covid was progressing. PN lah yang sabotage the PH government through the back door during Covid-19 crisis thamby! What are you talking about?
MIC ... Feel lonely ke? All BN components already make noise.. now is your turn to show buddy They are alive still? It’s ok. We have DAP bigwigs doing that for you today. They think they suddenly became Ceylonese. MIC_Malaysia Pemuda_MIC PODAH! Is that DatukSaravanan ? This started at peak of Covid-19? 'sabotage' KepalaBapakKau!! KerajaanPintuBelakang PENGKHIANAT
Tell that to your Perikatan in Kedah. Stupid. tell that to your boss. Podah Deyy ..apa minum ini bukan todi mesti Monsanto bisa la mulut MIC was in the streets, protesting 'Sheraton move' MIC youths or whatever have no credibility to tell anyone to do anything thing. You can’t even settle your own community’ problems and yet you want to tell a stateman to listen to you?
lupa.langkah sheraton tahun. 1890 Mic to you and the bangsat pintu belakang this for you worthless shit Baru kena kapak punya statement ke apa ni? MIC still exist? Sami Velu also ashamed with these people. Among others, MIC Youth should have voiced out, better still rejected MN's move in accepting betrayal of Bersatu towards formation of a backdoor government. A bunch of immoral hypocrites!
Y never tink tis before go Sheraton They PN sabotage the PH gov during crisis too so MIC u should be ashamed of ur own Correct. Backdoor govt was like a sabotaged too. Just saying la MIC asswipes are irrelevant to Malaysian politics LOL we can do, but you can't. Like you guys did with Sheraton Move at the beginning of Covid-19?
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