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Saravanan Pitchan

2018 Antwerpen .
Belgium 30th March, 2009

President of USA
Mr. Barack Obama
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

Mr .Gordon Brown
10 Downing Street,
London,SW1A 2AA
England

Ref: Requesting foreign interference on Malaysian Indians genocide issue before rice
becomes porridge.

Dear Sir,
Please accept my best wishes and greetings.
Hope this letter meets you in a good health and pleasant day.
Hereby I'm humbly requesting the USA, Great Britain and the rest of the world to review the
systematic Malaysian Indian genocide in Malaysia.

There are uncountable issues which I can address in this official letter but to make it short and
clear, I would like to refer to the latest issues which made
Malaysian Indians uproaring.

a) On Jan 15th 2009 Kugan Ananthan aged 22 was detained.


Crime : suspected involvement in an international car theft syndicate.
On Jan 20th 2009 The young man was killed under police custody.
11 Police officers where involved in that killing. Even the attorney general of police
classified it as a murder. All those police officers who were involved in the murder are
transferred to a better position in Police HQ in Kuala Lumpur. Until today the police
didn’t prove his crime. The state Selangor police chief said "During interrogation, the
man asked for a glass of water and upon drinking the water, he collapsed and lost
consciousness. To reveal the truth of this incident, I would like to refer to some facts
which were saved in following websites:
-(http://national-express-malaysia.blogspot.com/2009/01/man-dies-during-police-
interrogation.html)
_(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wG5pCqncII&eurl=http://malaysiaindianabuse
d.blogspot.com/)

b) On Feb 19th 2009 , 6 suspected as armed robbers were shot dead by police, none of the
persons that were shot survived to be arrested and charged. "When the policemen
barged into the house and introduced themselves, six men between the age of 20 and
50, fired several shots at them, and in defence, the police fired back and the shots hit
the six suspects," .

After doing an investigation by local politicians and human rights lawyers, none of
them were criminal. Till today no evidence were tabled. The police shot them to
protect themselves from the suspects.
Now the question rises: were they really armed? Why police officers were not hurt?
Among these six men, one was an handicapped boy and according to one of the
parents, another one was just back from pilgrimage in India. If the police really wants
to prove that they are robbers, why didn’t the police officers try to arrest them or try
to shoot them in their hand or leg?
As a prove of this incident I would like to give a link which was published in a blog:
-(http://national-express-malaysia.blogspot.com/2009/02/six-shot-dead-in-kulim.html)
-(http://national-express-malaysia.blogspot.com/2009/02/kulim-shootout-full-
disclosure-sought.html)

Our Indians in Malaysia have been again and again systematically killed by the police in
Malaysia. We, as an ordinary citizen and marginalized community of Malaysia, are simply
begging to foreign countries to uphold human rights in Malaysia.

This is not the first incident, but some of the reports were saved in:
http://malaysiaindianabused.blogspot.com/

I have no words to mention about our problems. Most of the Indians in Malaysia are
considering all those issues as Malaysian Indian genocide. Where can we go?
What can we do with the systematic police terrorizing us, lead by the UNO government ?

In many countries, UN and American coalition, are sending troops when the country is in real
problem and when there is chaos. Why don’t the UN or other powerful countries in the world
help the needy before the rice becomes porridge?

UN human rights council, America Human rights council, EU parliament Human rights
council, Amnesty and so on is watching Malaysia closely, but most of the time all these
organizations are writing letters and trying to help in a common way but it isn’t really an
effective one for a country like Malaysia. My only hope is that all foreign countries take
initiative to correct their egos and let us live happily in our birth place.

Yours Faithfully,
Saravanan Pitchan

Cc: Amnesty International


1 Easton Street
London
WC1X 0DW, UK

Cc: Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights


Palais Wilson
52 rue des Pâquis
CH-1201 Geneva, Switzerland

Cc: EU Human Rights Council


Hans-Gert Pöttering
President of the European Parliament
Brussels, Belgium