At 78, former MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu is as active and outspoken as ever. Since leaving the Cabinet in 2008, Samy Vellu has taken on a new role as the Government’s special envoy (infrastructure) to India and South Asia, wooing new projects for the country. He talks to Sunday Star about life after MIC, his aspirations and disappointments, letting his son fight his own battles in politics and even shares a secret about his trademark hairstyle.
What keeps you busy these days?
I travel to many countries and get jobs for Malaysia. We have about RM3bil worth of projects i…
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