Sunday, 1 February 2009

N. Logeswaran, Prabakar, Kugan Ananthan and Many More are Victims Of 'Silent Ethnic Cleansing’

Why these kind of intimidation against Malaysian Indian? When there are any injustices against Muslims, they will all out to voice on the oppressions. Lately, I can see a lot of demonstrations to stop the war at Palestine and showing dissatisfaction against Israel, there are also effort to stop buying US and Israeli products. Dear Malay friends, so when you going to stop ‘silent ethnic cleansing’ against Malaysian Indian in own country?

When you are pressuring us and treat us like a dog, we need to accept it? If others do the same on you, what you will do? We are human too; we have feeling just like you. Why are you upholding double standards in between races in Malaysia? Be fair in own country first if you sincerely want others to be fair on Muslims in other country.

There have been large numbers of cases on police picking up innocent Indian youths as suspects. In the name of interrogation these youths are detained for several days and are subjected to unnecessary torture and then released without any charges against them. When police going to stop brutality against innocent Indian youths?

Months ago, the mother of 10-year-old boy has accused the police of torturing her son, slapping and choking him and scalding his leg while questioning him for allegedly stealing his school teacher's purse. The incident occurred August 5 after N Logeswaran was taken to a police station at Kampar near Ipoh in Perak State, even though the purse, money (containing RM 700 — roughly Rs 8,400) and other documents were not found on the boy. Police used their power during the interrogation although no prove that the boy was misbehaved.

Then after several months, A 27 year old Malaysian ethnic Indian has alleged that he was tortured by policemen. Prabakar claimed that police were extremely rude and cruel during the interrogation. He accused police used several types of methods to abuse him.


During the interrogation, police were:

beat him with a rubber hose

splashed boiling hot water on his body

repeatedly beaten him

kicked him

stepped-on him at least with 10 police personnel

uttered vulgarities

warned him not to show his injuries to magistrate
brought him to a private clinic instead government hospital
hung a long piece of cloth from the interrogation room ceiling and tied it around his neck while he stood on a chair. They then threatened to knock away the chair

He also accused police that involved in corruption, he said police was bribed him RM500 to not lodge report against them on the incidents. I wonder such interrogation by police reflect 'mesra, cepat dan betul' motto. Let’s see how they solve this issue!

The latest case was involving Kugan Ananthan, he was another victim of custodial deaths. Police said that they are awaiting the post-mortem report to determine if any foul play was involved in the case.

"During interrogation, the man asked for a glass of water and upon drinking the water, he collapsed and lost consciousness. A doctor from a clinic nearby who was summoned to examine the man later confirmed that he had died," :Selangor police Chief Khalid Abu Bakar

I do not believe in his words. Do you? There are 90% of the deaths in police and prison custody victims are Indians although their population not more than 10 %. So it's nothing wrong if I say 'silent ethnic cleansing' towards Malaysian Indians are realy happening. Statistic shows that police are brutal against Malaysian Indian. Our so called 'sole representative' in government (MIC leaders) are yet and failed to respond and take proper actions although these issues have been raised repeatedly.

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