Why HINDRAF was banned

“Hindraf was banned because it was a sore that wouldn’t go away. It was banned because it reflected the worst of the Barisan and Umno’s misguided policies that caused unfairness and corrupt practices that left one ethnic group far behind the rest,”
 – Ramon Navaratnam, president of Transparency International Malaysia.

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