POLITICALLY FRANK: Can MIC keep promises to uplift Indians after claiming PH failed to keep manifesto?
SHAH ALAM - Arvind Krishnan, the National MIC Youth Political Bureau Chairman shares his views on social problems within Indians and the progress the community has made.
He says its "stereotyping" to say gangsterism is only an Indian issue and deserving Indians been receiving the assistance they need.
"This is a misconception. The true fact is that many who got the help needed have been silent or the media didn't pick up. When one or two don't get it, their stories get highlighted," he said on his party helping out the Indian community.
Watch him over Sinar Daily's Politically Frank segment on rejuvenation of MIC and the party's move to help troubled Indian youths.