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|Thursday, July 26, 2012
Perak Assembly speaker Ganesan’s chances of contesting a state seat in the coming 13th General Elections is probably dashed by the revelation of his sexscapade in Thailand.
The online media FMT that broke the news did not name the MIC leader but our sources confirmed the person in quandary is indeed Genesan.
MIC leaders refute existence of sex tape
KUALA LUMPUR: An online media had today published a report of the existence of a sex video involving a senior MIC official from Perak.
S. Vell PaariIn refuting this report, MIC Communication and Public Relation Chief, S. Vell Paari, that this only highlighted the internal rivalry within the party in getting rid of competitions before the coming 13th General Election (GE).
“This is all done to sabotage certain party members who will be contesting in the coming GE. Someone within the party is jostling for seats,” said Vell Paari when contacted by The Malaysian Times today.
In giving some comments on this issue TMT also contacted MIC Secretary-General, Datuk S. Murugesan said that he was unaware of such video.
“This is just a form of scare tactic. If you have it then expose it instead of just speaking about it. This only descends into a lower level of politics,” said Murugesan.
Datuk S. MurugesanIt is believed that MIC will be contesting two parliamentary and four seats in Perak. There maybe seat jostling within the party, but this is an expected situation be it the opposition or the current governing party.
It was reported today that a prominent Perak-based MIC leader had apparently been caught on video having sex with a sex worker in Thailand.
An unnamed Perak Youth leader had admitted that he was aware of the video clip but has yet to watch the video. The individual also said that the video is currently in the hands of the Opposition party and would be exposed during the upcoming GE.
He was quoted saying that should the video be exposed before the election it would be a major problem for the MIC. He hopes for the top leadership to look into the matter before it goes out of hand.
He had also stated that the particular leader was almost caught red-handed a few years ago after allegations that he had an affair with his driver’s wife. –TMT
Sex video to rock MIC
B Nantha Kumar | July 25, 2012, FMT
To make matters worse, the alleged sex video of a prominent MIC leader in Perak is apparently in the hands of the opposition.
PETALING JAYA: A prominent Perak-based MIC leader has been apparently caught on video having sex with a sex worker.
A Perak Youth leader contacted by FMT admitted that he was aware of the video clip, where the prominent MIC leader engaged in sex acts with the sex worker in Thailand “some time ago”.
“At present, the video clip is stuck in the hands of the opposition,” he said, not wanting to be named.
“I spoke to the opposition party member who is in possession of the clip and he said that he would expose the video during the upcoming general election. This is because the MIC leader is keen to contest in a state seat in Perak,” he added.
He, however, admitted that he had yet to watch the video.
MIC is expected to contest in two parliamentary and four states seats in Perak.
“The leader embroiled in this controversy has held many positions at the state level. He is an old timer but insists that he wants to contest at the coming general election,” said the source.
The Youth leader also said that the particular leader was nearly caught red-handed a few years ago after allegations that he had an affair with his driver’s wife.
“However, he managed to escape from that scandal. It would be a major problem for the MIC if the video is released before the election. I hope the party top leadership looks into this matter seriously. Otherwise, the party would suffer an image crisis,” he added.
Contacted later, MIC secretary-general S Murugesan said he was in the dark about this matter.
“This is news to me. I will have to reserve my comments until we can obtain further information and more details regarding this so-called video,” he said.
Meanwhile, MIC communication and public relations chief S Vell Paari said the matter could be linked to internal rivalry.
“Accusations of sex scandals by both sides of the political divide has become the norm of Malaysian politics,” he said in a statement.
“Today FMT published a report that there exist a sex video involving a senior MIC official from Perak.
“Reading the story it clearly indicates that this current claim is nothing more than an internal rivalry within MIC to rid of competition in jostling for a seat for the coming general election,” he added.
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“I have received no report on this, and I don’t know where this news comes from.
“There has, of course, been no progress into this because what progress could there be,” he said.