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Monday, July 7, 2008

MIC Youth bureau to recruit 50,000 new members

MIC Youth has set up a special bureau to recruit 50,000 new members within a year, its newly-appointed coordinator T. Mohan said.
In his maiden speech at the MIC Youth annual general assembly here, Mohan said there would be several changes in the movement to ensure it was effective and efficient.
“We should realise that we are small and should not be disunited in any situation. We must voice our views as one through the right channels to protect the rights of the community,” he said.
For the first time, the Putera MIC, which has 3,200 members, also joined in the MIC Youth meeting.
Mohan was appointed MIC Youth coordinator on Monday to replace S.A. Vigneswaran, who had resigned as the movement's leader.
He said the Youth wing would organise youth carnivals to publicise the MIC's programmes.
“We will also give priority to tackling social ills like crime, drug abuse, domestic violence and gangsterism.
“We will also set up a task force to handle the problems of those not having birth certificates and identity cards, which is a major problem in the Indian community,” Mohan said.
He said two full-time officers would be stationed at the MIC Youth office to provide support to the youth leaders in the country.
Yesterday, the wing unanimously passed 10 resolutions, including calling for the abolishment of interviews for the award of Public Services Department scholarships.
It also called on the Government to take concrete measures to set up a planning and implementation body in the Economic Planning Unit to ensure the 3% equity target for Indians is reached before 2020.
The wing also called for the setting up of a RM300mil youth entrepreneurs capital fund to assist Indians to participate in economic activities and approve a licence for the setting up of a bank for the community.

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