The tale of two beautiful actress,why did Vell Paari damped Sujatha went back his Promiscuous wife Shaila Nair ?
why Sujatha’s body was taken to the Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital in Klang when Hospital Kuala Lumpur is located much closer to the deceased’s apartment. a post-mortem performed on Sujatha’s body come from him he wanted the post-mortem by his close relative a doctor in Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital in Klang
Did Sujath died due to ovarian cyst?
Sujatha, 29, who had acted in several local Tamil drama and films, died at the Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital in Klang, Selangor on June 25 after she was admitted four days earlier.
Did she commit suicide because of a failed relationship or was she poisoned?
- Maika Holdings Bhd chief executive officer Vell Paari … him in overseeing his business interests in India and Australia. … the Prosecutor and his involvement with Sujatha is slowly beginning to surface. … You can roughly calculate that the amount he spent just on the actress and her family
Replying to counsel Datuk K Kumaraendran who represented him and Sujatha’s family, Paari said Sujatha’s relationship with his wife, Shaila Nair, was good and they used go out together.
Maika Holdings Bhd chief executive officer Vell Paari told the coroner’s court here today that K Sujatha WAS his personal assistant .He said his relationship with her was close and normally when he visited Sujatha at her condominium unit in Jalan Ipoh, it was for official reasons and if there were functions there. Paari, 46, also admitted that Sujatha had visited him at home on numerous occasions and both of them had gone out dinners Sujatha had accompanied me for official and family functions, Paari, who is MIC president Datuk Seri S Samy Vellu’s son, said he had funded Sujatha to pursue her diploma and masters in commerce, he had also funded Sujatha’s brothers for their studies in Australia.
Paari also said he paid RM220,000 in cash for the condominium unit where Sujatha had stayed and stood as a guarantor for a bank loan amounting to RM200,000.
Paari added he also stood as a guarantor for a loan on the Mazda RX8 used by Sujatha. “I also had stood as guarantor for four to five of my staff,” he added.
It has been set up to embarass the Prime Minister. Of course, he will play along with it in public. But in private he is stomping and pulling at whatever hair he has left. The rest has been plucked away by his significant half.
The truth is it is to give the impression that nobody is minding the store aptly named ‘The Cookie Jar’. The beneficiaries of such cookies (perceived to be) are now having to weigh what would happen if there is a change of ownership. For decades they have been made to feel insecure. Their heightened sense of insecurity would drive them to vote for the status quo.
people like him should not be given space here. Vell Paari is one of the beneficiaries of the crony system through his father and MIC. His involment in the murder case of an Indian actress is also one of these NFAs under the corrupted regime of BN. Now that he is trying to be a winnable candidate in BN, Malaysians should not forget his crooked past just because he suddenly can see what Malaysians have been experiencing under this evil regime. Unless he goes through a fair judicial process, we should not entertain him.
still remember how Samy Vellu went around to all the estates and arm-twisted the poor illiterate Indians into buying shares in the now-defunct Maika Holdings, They took loans from banks, sold their jewellery to buy the shares because Samy Vellu was so convincing, that the shares would be worth a lot more after it was invested in money making projects, RM 100 million was raised, Just imagine with that kind of money how much the poor plight of the estate workers could have been raised. Today that RM100 million has dissipated into oblivion, Vell Parri you were the CEO of Maika Holdings for so many years what happened lah, Even if that money had been kept in the bank at least the interest would have helped us poor Indians,
One of my relatives in the estate committed suicide and one of my female relatives were forced into a job you wouldn’t want your mother to do, you may hide behind your fathers waisti and hope nobody remembers the misery you caused because of Maika Holdings , The pain and shame you and your father caused the Indians in Malaysia cannot be measured,
The police are investigating the possibility of foul play in the death of a well-known local Indian actress who was also the former private secretary to the son of a senior cabinet minister.
Contacted today, Sentul district police chief ACP K Kumaran confirmed that his officers were investigating the death of K Sujatha.
“We will be investigating her cause of death and whether there was any foul play, we have not ruled out suicide (either). We’ll then see if a inquest is needed.
“It is still too early to tell what had happened to Sujatha,” he added.
Following her death, a Tamil newspaper had reported that she had died of a ‘mysterious illness’. Her remains have since been cremated.
The 29-year-old actress died in her apartment in Jalan Ipoh, Sentul, on June 25. Her body was later taken to the Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital in Klang for post-mortem.
Kumaran revealed the status of the case when asked to comment on a police report filed by PKR supreme council member S Manickavasagam with the Brickfields district police headquarters this morning.
The report, in relation to the circumstances surrounding Sujatha’s death, was based on a two-page letter he had received via express post from an anonymous person.
The letter was posted from Jelapang, Ipoh, in Perak and addressed to the PKR headquarters in Brickfields.
The letter alleged that the senior cabinet minister’s son was involved in Sujatha’s death and requested the opposition party to pursue the matter.
“Please help us, we are poor people. (The minister) and (his son) are powerful,” read the letter written in broken Bahasa Malaysia, which named the minister and his son.
The letter also implicated Kumaran and accused the Sentul police chief of accepting bribes in order to close the case.
However, Kumaran denied the allegation.
“I have not seen the police report (lodged by Manickavasagam). I only knew about it last night when I received a SMS (short message service) about it.
“Investigations are being carried out. My officers and I have nothing to hide. We’re not scared. I’m concerned why my name is implicated because I know for sure I instructed for a fair investigation to be carried out,” he said.
Kumaran said he will get a copy of Manickavasagam’s police report before considering his next course of action.
Speaking to reporters later, Manickavasagam urged the police to immediately probe the serious allegations raised in the letter.
why Sujatha’s body was taken to the Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital in Klang when Hospital Kuala Lumpur is located much closer to the deceased’s apartment.
The real enemies of state
By S Vell Paari, MIC Strategy Director
When I arrived in Kuala Lumpur from Perth two days ago, the first SMS that I received upon switching on my mobile phone was that Australian senator Nick Xenophon had been detained at the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) and was awaiting deportation for allegedly being an “enemy of the state”.
The enemy of the state claim, to me, was bewildering.Setting aside his scheduled meetings with Anwar Ibrahim and certain NGOs, wasn’t he and the delegation representing all the political parties in Australia scheduled to meet with the Election Commission and Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Nazri Abdul Aziz as well?
When a senior Federal Minister of Malaysia and the Election Commission could see fit to schedule a meeting with Senator Xenophon, where is this security treat?
Let’s be frank, Senator Xenophon is not an independent observer, he is aligned to Anwar and Pakatan Rakyat but have not our leaders like Xenophon been critical of foreign countries and their policies. Were this leaders considered a security threat and deported when they arrived in those countries?
Dr Mahathir Mohamad during his tenure as Prime Minister made various threats against the US and Australia, was he ever deported during any of his visits there? Even recently he made statements against the US and Hilary Clinton but when he went there to receive an award, he was not deported for being an enemy of the state.
It took three BERSIH rallies before we realised that it is best to give an approval in the case of the Himpunan Rakyat, where everything proceeded peacefully and with praise for the police.
Similarly, we should have just allowed Senator Xenophon together with the delegation to carry out their visit, hold their meetings, state their views and return back to Australia, without drama.
By choosing to deport him, we have turned him into a hero. By deporting him, we have given the world an impression that we have something to hide.
Just two weeks ago we had a similar group from Europe who came to look into the government’s control over the mainstream media and their statement was not favorable to the government, which was aired by certain mainstream TV channels and online media.
The real security threat
What about George Soros? He visited Malaysia to launch his book. This man was accused of attempting to destroy the Malaysian economy and to bring Malaysia to its knees to beg IMF’s help. But was he deported as an enemy of state?
It is these sort of double standard approaches that brew disaster for Barisan Nasional.For example, recently about a 100 rebel fighters from the Philippines landed in Sabah fully armed. And the Home Ministry is still figuring out how to deal with them. Is this not a major security treat? Were they deported?
All his racial rants are targeted to stir racial tension and violence. But no action has been taken. Ibrahim fits the tag of being an “enemy of the state.”
We are dealing with a new generation of Malaysians who are well aware of their democratic and constitutional rights and are exercising it. So either we learn to engage Malaysians or be prepared to be disengaged by Malaysians from Putrajaya.
While we preach to the rest of the world about sensitivity, tolerance, freedom and democratic maturity, we must first learn to heed our own advice and show to the world and especially to the true citizen of Malaysia that our country does not only possess first world infrastructure but also first world mentality.
Livid over the insensitive remarks of a Muslim academic, a vocal MIC leader has warned Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein to act or face the repercussions.
S Vell Paari said that he would put forth a proposal to MIC’s all-powerful Central Working Committee (CWC) on this issue.
If the proposal is rejected, the MIC strategy director stressed that he is prepared to quit MIC and even call on the Indians to vote for Pakatan Rakyat in the next polls.
“If the CWC disagrees, then I would resign and take it to the members directly. Don’t underestimate my influence in the party,” he added, declining to elaborate on the proposal for now.
Vell Paari was responding to an article penned by Ridhuan Tee Abdullah, who is an associate professor with the National Defence University.
In the article titled “The patience of Muslims has limits” published in Sinar Harian yesterday, the academic criticised MIC for seeking to lift the temporary ban on the Tamil movie Vishwaroopam.
He also made derogatory remarks regarding the Thaipusam festival and complained about the proliferation of Hindu temples and shrines since the 2008 election.
‘A cheap imitation’
Launching a vitriolic salvo on Ridhuan, a Chinese Muslim convert, Vell Paari labelled the former as an imitation product.
“When one wants to get cheap imitation products, the first thing that comes to mind is ‘Petaling Street’ and the biggest problem in ethnic relationship in Malaysia now is ‘Petaling Street’ Malays like Ridhuan.
“These are products of a ruling that states if one speaks Malay, embraces Islam and follows the Malay culture, one is considered a Malay. I think this condition must be re-looked,” he told FMT.
Numerous individuals, Vell Paari said, exploited this ruling to become “Petaling Street Bumiputeras” and used the New Economic Policy to enhance themselves while the majority of true Malays remained in the doldrums.
“With more than 30 years of NEP and billions spent to uplift the socio-economic status of the Malays, how many true Malays are in the top 10 richest list in Malaysia.
“Taking into account the number of imitation Malays and the number of legalised illegal Muslim immigrants from Pakistan, India, Indonesia and the Philippines, I wouldn’t be surprised if the true Malays are now a minority like the Chinese and Indians,” he said.
Vell Paari also recalled how Ridhuan had wept during a television programme several years ago, saying that his mother and siblings were bound for hell for not embracing Islam.
“In my book, any person, no matter what religion he practices, who says that his or her mother would go to hell, would for sure rot and burn in hell instead. I won’t be surprised if he is making these comments with the hope of being an election candidate,” he said.
Stern action need
Training his guns on Hishammuddin, Vell Paari asked the minister what actions he would initiate against Ridhuan.
“You banned a movie deemed fit for viewing by the Censorship Board of Malaysia as it was said to be insensitive to the feelings of Muslim. But not only have Ridhuan’s remarks hurt the feelings of Indians but he has also insulted the Hindus,” he said.
Stressing that a slap on the wrist would not suffice, the MIC leader urged the home minister to take stern action against the academic.
“I know police reports have been made against him. And if the government truly believes in the sprint of 1Malaysia then Ridhuan must be barred from all government-related assignments and all media-related assignments on all government-controlled media that normally invite him to host or to be a guest on their shows,” he said.