HUMAN RIGHTS PARTY MALAYSIA
No.6, Jalan Abdullah, Off Jalan Bangsar, 59000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: 03-2282 5241 Fax: 03-2282 5245 Website: www.humanrightspartymalaysia.com
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In Reply :
Date : 23/7/2010
His Excellency Mr.Manmohan Singh
Prime Minister of India,
South Block, Raisina Hill,
New Delhi, By Fax No: 911123019545 India- 110011 By E-mail
Re: Appointment to meet your goodself during your visit to Malaysia on 9/11/10
We refer to the above matter and to our letter to your Excellency titled Request to stop export of racial discrimination against ethnic minority Indians in Malaysia into Indian soil dated 9/6/2010.
In conjunction with your visit to Malaysia on 9/11/2010 we would like to humbly request for an official meeting with your Excellency and your Education and of Overseas Indian Affairs Senior officers in your delegation to solicit the help of the government of India to help relieve the 53 year pain and sufferings of the 2.5 Million people of Indian Origin in Malaysia which is at a critical level today but very little known to the outside world because of their ‘successful advertisements’. Our case is as per our:-
(both submitted to your goodselves at the Pravasi Bharathiya Divas Conference, India).
3) Daily news updates in www.humanrightspartymalaysia.com
At the 2011 Pravasi Bharathiya Divas Conference in India we request for an opportunity to present our maiden paper on the first day.
Our immediate concern is the denial and segregation of thousands of top and high achieving students of Indian Origin in Malaysia especially from the poor and working class who have been denied Malaysian Government and other scholarships, Matriculation and Public University places contrary to the Malaysian Federal Constitution. The Malaysian Government refuses to engage us in a discussion to resolve this critical issue.
We now turn to the Government of India as your goodselves have a publicly stated interest in People of Indian Origin the world over. In many parts of the world, People of Indian origin contribute towards development in India. In the same vein, in other parts of the world, the People of Indian origin need development assistance as in our case and the Government of India can contribute.
Our request for a meeting with the Indian High Commissioner in Kuala Lumpur is to discuss a specific proposal we have for the Government of India to consider. Our proposal is for the Government of India to allocate at least 800 full scholarships to the aforesaid Malaysian Indian students in the Medical, Pharmaceutical, Engineering, Aeronautical, I.T, Actuarial Science, Bio Technology and Dentistry in Indian Institutions of Higher learning that is recognized by the Government of Malaysia.
We have not been able to elicit any response on this from the Indian High Commission in Kuala Lumpur despite our letters and numerous telephone calls.
So please help us Sir
Secretary General (Pro-tem)
The Hon. Mr.Shri S.M.Krishna Minister of External Affairs Room no169, South Block, By fax: 911123013254 New Delhi- 110011 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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