Ongkili: Hindraf didn't approach unity advisory panel

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  • Friday, 30 Nov 2007

PUTRAJAYA: Disgruntled group Hindraf has never approached the National Unity Advisory Panel over its grouses. 

Minister in Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Dr Maximus Ongkili said neither the panel, which was set up to hear grouses from Malaysians in the country, nor the Parliamentary Select Committee on National Unity and National Service that he chaired, had ever heard anything from Hindraf. 

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