Charles Santiago

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Charles Santiago

தோட்டத் தொழிலாளர் விவகாரங்களை கையாளும்போது கவனம் தேவை

Posted: 12 Aug 2010 10:22 PM PDT

மூலம் :-  மலேசிய நண்பன்

ஆலயங்கள் உடைபடாது என்று கூறிய கூட்டணி ஆட்சியிலும் – முனீ ஸ்வரன் ஆலயம் உடைக்கப்பட்டது

Posted: 12 Aug 2010 05:44 AM PDT

Source : Makkal Osai

புக்கிட் ஜாலில் மக்கள் பிரச்சனையில் மக்களின் உணர்வுகளுக்கு மதிப்பளிப்பீர் – கிள்ளான் எம்.பி. சந்தியாகோ கோரிக்கை

Posted: 12 Aug 2010 05:17 AM PDT

Source : Makkal Osai

முனீ ஸ்வரன் வழிபாட்டுத் தலம் உடைத்ததற்கு கிள்ளான் நில அதிகாரி விளக்கம் அளிக்க மறுப்பு

Posted: 12 Aug 2010 05:06 AM PDT

Source : Makkal Osai

‘Suspend officer immediately’

Posted: 12 Aug 2010 04:50 AM PDT

Source : Malaysia Nanban

Shrine demolished in Port Klang-Need investigation

Posted: 12 Aug 2010 04:33 AM PDT

Source : Malaysia Nanban


Posted: 12 Aug 2010 04:00 AM PDT

Fire in Pandamaran Jaya

Posted: 12 Aug 2010 03:29 AM PDT

Source : Malaysia Nanban

Perobohan kuil(shrine) di Portklang

Posted: 12 Aug 2010 03:22 AM PDT

Source : Malaysia Nanban

District office, MPK ticked off over temple demolition

Posted: 12 Aug 2010 03:07 AM PDT

Source: Free Malaysia today

Wed, 11 Aug 2010 17:20
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By G Vinod

KLANG: The Klang district office and the Klang municipal council (MPK) were taken to task for not adhering to a state government’s directive not to demolish temples or shrines with its prior approval.

Twenty-five officers from the disrict office and MPK demolished a shrine in Jalan Pendamar, Pandamaran, at 10am, citing that the shrine was built illegally on government land.

"The shrine caretaker and I had discussed this matter with the district office earlier and the caretaker had agreed to move the shrine. Why the need to jump the gun?" asked Klang MP Charles Santiago.

He added that the district office had also confirmed in its meeting minutes on July 6 that it will not demolish the shrine before getting approval from the state government.

"Besides, a lot of houses nearby had extensions touching government land. Why were not those demolished as well? Why target the shrine alone?"

He also alleged that one of the officers tried to hit the shrine caretaker, who is a woman.

"When I asked the district officer Bakhtiar Hussein who gave the approval for the demolition, he pleaded ignorance and said he was outstation. I cannot accept this reasoning."

‘Suspend officer immediately’

Santiago said he will bring the matter with the state government for immediate action.

"The officer who intimidated the woman should also be suspended immediately pending an investigation."

Former MIC leader KP Samy also said the district office and MPK should have adhered to protocol and allowed the caretaker to remove the shrine herself.

"They should not have demolished the shrine without getting approval. Besides, the caretaker had already agreed to remove the shrine, so they should have given her time," KP Samy said.

However, he urged Indians not to erect shrines or temples everywhere as it may not go down well with the other communities.

"I understand that the Pakatan state government has given Indians a lot of flexibility over the matter. The Indians in turn should not erect shrines in every residential area," he said.

He urged Indians to focus more on getting quality education and enhancing Indian equity in the economic cake rather than building more shrines.

Kebakaran di Pangsapuri Pandamaran Jaya

Posted: 12 Aug 2010 03:00 AM PDT

Source: Makkal Osai

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