No notice in Tamil language

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  • Saturday, 02 Jul 2011

A STATE assemblyman is lamenting that there is no place for Tamil language at the Tanjung Malim district office notice board, Tamil Nesan reported.

A. Sivanesan said notices in Bahasa Malaysia, English, Chinese and even Hindi have been posted on the board. He said Indian councillors should be held responsible for allowing Hindi to be used at the expense of Tamil, the language of the majority of the community.

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