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MCA, MIC’s reluctance to condemn RM50b 1MDB scandal is regrettable
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AS Sultan Nazrin Shah of Perak chastised the existence of the corruption as an “elephant that is vividly happen(ing) before of our eyes”, the deafening silence from the MCA and MIC against corrupt practices by party leaders within the Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition is very disturbing indeed.

To rub salt to ‘malignant’ wounds, Deputy Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker went to the extent of questioning why there was no sympathy accorded to incarcerated ex-premier Datuk Seri Najib Razak especially among the Malay community and Muslims alike.

This comes after a backlash over allegations that the jailed former prime minister is receiving preferential treatment via the healthcare system.

In a Twitter post yesterday (Sept 22), Ti, who is also an MCA vice-president, said he did not understand why there was so much hate against politicians. Where is the culture of forgiveness of the Malays and Islam?” asked the 59 year-old Raub (Pahang)-born politician who was a three-term state assemblyman of Indera Mahkota (1995 and 1999) and Teruntum (2004).

“There are some who relentlessly want to see Najib be tortured and suffer in prison. Is it not enough to have his mind, body and spirit tortured?”

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