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Thaipusam 2011

{Videos} Plainclothes police officers stop drummers at Thaipusam

These series of videos show plainclothes police officers imposing controversial guidelines for yesterday’s Thaipusam.

Read about The Uproar over Thaipusam.

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5 thoughts on “{Videos} Plainclothes police officers stop drummers at Thaipusam

  1. I do not believe it hreally happened. However I suppose the videos do not lie.

    I am not Hindhu nor Indian but I am very angry and ashamed with this dictatorial controlling edits from the PAP and it has convinced me and my family and friends that the PAP must be voted out in the next GE if not successful the next GE.

    Posted by Bobbty | January 21, 2011, 09:33
  2. Another “great” way to dampen and kill a “vibrant” society. Little wonder why we are still far (hmm… moving further away) from being a nation – soulless, heartless, clueless.

    Posted by sgcynic | January 22, 2011, 08:59
  3. Someone in the crowd mentioned “lion dance” several times.

    Is our PAP govt going to ban the use of drums for the coming CNY lion dances ? I’m sure the decibels of the chinese drums are much much higher.

    It will be interesting to see if they going to ban them or not ?

    Posted by Alan Wong | January 22, 2011, 11:56
  4. Do you all realise how CLOSE the Tank Road Temple -the end point of the procession – is to Oxley Road – less than 500 m in a straight line? The police was just being considerate to the recently bereaved MM.

    Posted by anon | January 23, 2011, 12:22
  5. This was the final straw, my vote and my families vote is decided. I will canvass and ask every proud hindu to do so too. We need to have our voice heard and our freedom and liberty respected. What’s the point of having indian’s in paliament when they are nothing but lap dogs.

    Posted by Proud Indian | January 24, 2011, 11:14

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