Malaysian Indian Congress Youth lodges complaint against Indian High CommissionMay 9th, 2009 - 5:21 pm ICT by ANI
Putrajaya, May 9 (ANI): The youth wing of the Malaysian Indian Congress has sent a officials at the Indian High Commission in Kuala Lumpur.
MIC Youth chief T. Mohan said officers, regardless of their rank, were rude to both local and foreign visitors.
“We want to highlight to the ministry that there is no customer service counter at the high commission, and visitors have to wait for hours without any instructions or assistance from the officers,” he said.
The MIC Youth secretary C. Shivarraaj and MIC Youth social and welfare bureau head S. Subramaniam presented the memorandum to the Deputy Foreign Minister Senator A. Kohilan Pillay.
The memorandum also emphasized the inefficiency of the high commission in handling Indian foreign workers issues.
The High Commission ignored many Indian workers, who had come to the foreign land in search of livelihood, the MIC Youth complained.
In another memorandum, the MIC youth protested against the Sri Lankan government’s continued air and ground attacks on Sri Lankan Tamils in recent weeks.
They said the movement was deeply concerned with the alarmingly high rate of civilian casualties, and requested the ministry to call for and initiate international peace talks. (ANI)
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