Permim seeks Bumiputra status for Indian Muslims


PETALING JAYA: Indian Muslims in the country want to be recognised as “bumiputra” and absorbed into the Malay community in line with Article 160 of the Federal Constitution.

The Article defines a Malay as one born to a Malaysian citizen who professes to be a Muslim, customarily speaks the Malay language and practises Malay customs and is domiciled in the country.

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