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Generational Change In The Malaysian Indian Congress Transformational Leadership

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There must come a time either by choice or by circumstances when an individual or a group of people and in this case a political party must decide when would be the right time to make a break from the “business as usual” mindset that leads to doing the same things over and over again and expecting different results. It is the hallmark of great leadership to know how and when to differentiate between continuing a legacy that perpetuates all that is good and when to discard the negatives associated with past actions. That is the impetus required and associated with generational change. That responsibility now falls on Tan Sri SA Vigneswaran the MIC President who was elected in 2018 and his Deputy President Datuk Seri M. Saravanan

The President Tan Sri SA Vigneswaran is a man of few words but firm in his decision making, magnanimous in his acceptance of views and visionary in his aspirations for the party. All these attributes will serve him well in a future world which may be filled with uncertainty yet one which holds much promise for those who are willing and able. The President has a good pairing in Datuk Seri M. Saravanan who has made a name for himself as a caring grassroots activist, he is also one who is seen as an effective and efficient negotiator and collaborator who excels at consensual politics.