Najib Should Now Warn NST Not To Meddle In Our Affairs
Even with her 3.57 CGPA and a gold certificate commending on her academic performances, Mala (not her real name) was not a happy student. For, despite her excellent results, the polytechnic student did not get any place at the public universities to study hotel management.***** Najib should now discuss with the Attorney-General as well as the Home Ministry and take due action on those in the NST who have dared to spread such slanderous, fabricated and completely untrue stories. Such filthy lies told about the government's policies simply cannot be tolerated.
Yesterday, the hotel management diploma student was seen going around with her certificates and asking advice on how to appeal to enter local universities. She was among the 200 unhappy students across the nation who gathered at a counselling session organised by the MIC education bureau at the National Land Finance Co-operative Society in Jalan Sultan Sulaiman.
She said even her lecturers were surprised that she did not obtain a place to study in university. Sharing her woe is another polytechnic student Thilaga (not her real name) who finished her diploma in accountancy with 3.57 CGPA and a gold certificate.
"Those who could not get a place in university after SPM can look forward to it after STPM, if not after diploma. But, what about people like me? What else can I look forward to if not university?" asked Thilaga.
Unhappy parents who also attended the session raised questions on how the university entry system works. Many also complained that students with lower marks managed to obtain a place in public universities.
MIC education bureau head Professor Datuk T. Marimuthu said Mala and Thilaga are bright students with good CGPA. He promised to take up their matters and appeal based on their results. He said students who failed to get a place in university and those who got courses other than their eight choices can appeal.
Besides Marimuthu, Professor Dr. NS Rajendran and Sri Murugan Centre co-director Prakash Rao were also present to give direction and advice to the students.
In fact Najib must go one step further and openly rubbish this story by describing how lucky the Indians in Malaysia are and how the caring BN has looked after their welfare over the past five decades. He must especially emphasize that practically everyone in their community is either a lawyer or a doctor. Every single one of them owes his/her good fortune to the benevolent Barisan government who gave them so many places in all faculties in all the universities.
I'm sure that Najib must be already pissed off with the NST for earlier unfounded allegations that Indians form a disproportionate number of thugs, gangsters, murderers and convicts in prisons. "Bohong! Semuanya fitnah!" must be his war cry. He must also disclose that all this is the work of anti-nationalists, DAP, PAS, communists, and others who are envious of our country's super progress.
He should make an example of the belligerent editors and ensure that never again will these newspapers ever spread such slander openly. Thank God we have the I.S.A. to teach them a lesson that they won't forget.
In the meanwhile fellow loyal citizens, to all of you on behalf of our beloved DPM, I wish to say, "Semuanya OK! Malaysia Boleh!"
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