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MIC Youth chief denies Kayveas' claims

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MIC Youth chief denies Kayveas 9; claims

KUALA LUMPUR: MIC Youth chief Datuk C. Sivarraajh will not resort to any harsh action against myPPP over his fake membership issue.

Denying that he had ever registered as a myPPP member or ever worked for its president Tan Sri M. Kayveas as claimed, he said the party can just terminate his membership if it was true.

"I am surprised by this matter and how Kayveas got this information.

"But I am categorically denying this claim. It is not true," S ivarraajh told a press conference at the party headquarters today.

He was responding to claims made by Kayveas that Sivarraajh had joined myPPP on June 21, 2003, at the Brickfields Utama branch.

Kayveas had also reportedly showed a copy of a membership card allegedly belonging to Sivarraajh to the media, stating that his membership number was 333981.

Sivarraajh said that he took part in MIC activities in Puchong in 2004 and officially registered as a member in 2005. He also denied ever working for Kayveas in the Taiping seat which the myPPP president had won that same year.

Sivaraajh, who has been tipped to be contesting the Cameron Highlands seat, said Kayveas should move on and focus on election works.

"This is election time, I hope he accepts the reality that Cameron Highlands is an MIC seat," he said, adding that if MyPPP contests in Segambut, the MIC Youth wing would assist myPPP in campaigning.

MIC and MyPPP have long been in a tussle for the Cameron Highlands seat, which Kayveas claims to have worked hard for in the past few years.

It was reported that he has even threatened that MyPPP may leave Barisan Nasional (BN) if he is not given the seat.

In 2013, former MIC president Datuk Seri G. Palanivel won the seat with a majority of 462 votes.

Currently there are 31,547 registered voters, comprising 10,667 Malays, 9,442 Chinese, 6,500 indigenous, 4,813 Indians and 125 others.

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