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A state executive councillor today hit out at Senator Syed Ibrahim Kader for spreading lies that the Penang state government had sidelined the Indian Muslim community from mainstream development programmes.Abdul Malik Kassim chided the Kimma president for his continued ingratiation to his political masters as a gesture of gratitude for his recent appointment as a senator. 

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“Syed Ibrahim should not mortgage the principle of truth and dignity by disrupting the harmony and prosperity enjoyed by Indian Muslims in the state.
“Since 2008, the Pakatan Rakyat state government has taken care Indian Muslim affairs better than ever,” said Malik, the Batu Maung state representative.
He said the state government was committed to providing assistance and opportunities to all ethnic groups in the state, including Indian Muslims, in mainstream development.
He added the state government regularly engaged the Indian Muslim community pertaining to issues of religion, mosques and endowments properties.
Syed Ibrahim said today that Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng’s administration had sidelined and isolated Indian Muslims from mainstream state development.
‘Pakatan fair to all’
However, Malik said that being an Umno crony, Syed Ibrahim had attempted to portray a bleak gloomy picture just because he could not stomach Pakatan’s success story in Penang.
He claimed that apart from practicing competency, accountability and transparency (CAT), the state government had always been a people-orientated administration.
“The current government does not practice the cronyism and nepotism as was done by the previous Barisan Nasional government,” he said.
He pointed out that the Penang World Heritage celebrations showed that the state government had included the Indian Muslim community in its development programme.
The Penang Islamic Religious Council (MAINPP), he said, had also given extra attention to address the community’s issues.
He rebuked Syed Ibrahim as among a few, who want to become ‘Mamak’ heroes by harping on non-issues.
“Pakatan government has been fair and just to all regardless of their political, ethnic and religious backgrounds,” said Malik, a local PKR leader.

 


a twist to the story Despite numerous attempts, Syed Ibrahim could not be reached for comment.The remarks of Malaysian Indian Muslim Congress’ (Kimma) that the community has been marginalised by the Penang government have led to it being accused of trying to bodek (butter up) Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak.“What happened at Masjid India where the campaign kicked off is far different from the statements made by Kimma leaders,”According to the taxidriver blogger, Kimma members hung a long white cloth along the street and allegedly told passers-by to ink their names without revealing the reason.

“Not only Malaysians but several hundred foreigners also signed their names on the cloth,” said the taxidriver, who was present during the launch.
He also urged Kimma to reveal all the other 211 places where the campaign took place.
“If it is true, please come forward and show the evidence, like photographs and videos,” he asked. 

India’s stature as the world’s largest democracy is redoubtable, except for perturbations — attacks against minorities — that often threaten the very foundation of democracy. The polarized mentality of certain sections of the Indian politicians coupled with the embittered communal history of the land seems to shake the edifice of Indian democracy. Repeated attacks on the “freedom and existence” of minorities in India, unless effectively checked, pose not only a challenge to democracy but also a threat to the existence of minorities. 

Recently, Mr. Vishweshwara Hegde Kageri, the education minister of Karnataka, a south Indian state, referring to Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, and the secular Indians has remarked that all those opposing the one-hour compulsory reading of the Bhagvad Geeta, a Hindu scripture, in schools proposed by his ministry, are foreigners and should leave the country. Such forcible imposition of the Hindu religious scripture in a secular and composite society, ignoring others’ views is completely against the spirit of secularism, a key feature of modern democracy upheld by the Indian constitution, which bestows the freedom of choice in religious matters on every citizen.

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