Disgruntled IPF members to form new party

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  • Sunday, 05 Jan 2003

KUALA LUMPUR: A group of disgruntled Indian Progressive Front (IPF) members will meet next Saturday to discuss the formation of a new political party named the Malaysian Indian People’s Force (MIPF). 

The meeting, expected to be attended by some 1,000 former IPF members, was the first step towards the birth of the new party, which intends to “unmask” IPF President Datuk M.G. Pandithan, said MIPF organising chairman M.P. Segaran. 

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