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Hindraf name being exploited by MMSP, says Waytha

HINDU Rights Action Force (Hindraf) chairman P. Waytha-moorthy is angry over news that there are plans to connect the movement with the newly-registered Malaysian Makkal Sakthi Party (MMSP), reported i>Malaysia Nanban/i>.

Hindraf leader ‘used millions for personal use’

HINDRAF activist V. Ganabatirau has accused the outlawed movement's leader P. Waytha­moorthy of using millions of ringgit collected from the people for personal use while in self-imposed exile in London, Tamil Nesan reported.

Hindraf leader asked to account for money collected for suit

PENANG Deputy Chief Minister Prof Dr P. Ramasamy has asked Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) chairman P. Waythamoorthy to account for the RM700,000 collected in 2007 to file a suit against the British Government, reported i>Makkal Osai/i>.

Hindraf leaders to restructure banned movement

PETALING JAYA: Leaders of the Hindu Rights Action Front (Hindraf) have agreed to restructure the banned organisation. However, they are at loggerheads as to whether it should be transformed into a political party.

Hindraf suspends coordinators pending restructuring

The banned Hindraf movement has suspended its 10 national and state coordinators, with immediate effect, pending a restructuring exercise.

Hindraf chairman wants to return

The chairman of the outlawed Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) P. Waytha­moorthy wants to come home to recuperate after he undergoes heart surgery in London.

Uthayakumar’s trial postponed to April 28 (Update 3)

Hindraf's P. Uthayakumar's sedition trial that started Tuesday was postponed to three days from April 28 after he obtained a court order to refer him to a hospital for diabetes noshade size=-1 width=50%>

Leave others out, says Syed Hamid

It is wrong and unnecessary for Hindraf to ask India to intervene in Malaysia's domestic affairs, said Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar.

Syed Hamid: Wrong to ask other countries to meddle in M’sian matters

Malaysian citizens should not get other countries to intervene in Malaysia's domestic affairs, Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said on Saturday

Pakatan reps steer clear of accusations

Pakatan Rakyat representatives have distanced themselves from a call by P. Waytha Moorthy, leader of the outlawed Hindu Rights Action Force (Hin­draf), for India to stop all investments in Malaysia.