Indian support for Pakatan Rakyat dwindling

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  • Tuesday, 10 Nov 2009

INDIAN support for Pakatan Rakyat is dwindling and immediate measures need to be taken to counter the situation, Malaysia Nanban quoted DAP vice-president M. Kulasegaran as saying.

He said that about 80% of Indians had supported Pakatan Rakyat during the 2008 general election but currently the support had declined to about only 50%.

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