MIC Youth plans to meet 100,000 Indian voters

  • Nation
  • Monday, 09 Jul 2012

KUALA LUMPUR: MIC Youth members will traverse the country from next month to meet Indian voters and explain what the Barisan Nasional has done for the community and country.

“We will meet them in small groups of 30 to 50 people,” said its chief T. Mohan.

“We will also use the meetings to counter the propaganda spread by the opposition Pakatan Rakyat,” he told reporters after chairing the national MIC Youth council meeting here yesterday.

Mohan said they would provide details of government allocations for the development and refurbishment of Tamil schools, temples and community organisations.

“We want to meet 100,000 Indian voters throughout the country within two months,” he said.

Mohan said there had been tremendous response to the BN My Choice cultural shows staged in 12 locations since June 1, adding that they had reached out to more than 70,000 people.

“We are confident they will support Barisan Nasional,” he said.

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