(From Malay Mail)
Byline: James Kandiah
NINE people who invested more than RM16,000 to buy shares in Maika Holdings Berhad 21 years ago, lodged a police report against the MIC-owned company in Johor Baru yesterday.
Johor Indian Progressive Front (IPF) deputy chairman R.
Ramism, who represented the group, said the report was filed at the Central Police Station here at noon.
The report, among others, alleged that MIC president Datuk Seri S.
Samy Vellu, his son S.
Vell Pari who is Maika Holdings managing director, and representatives of the company, had cheated them and misused the funds collected.