Petaling Jaya (Malaysia), Sep. 9 (ANI): Malaysian Indian Congress's CWC seat hopeful Jaspal Singh has urged Malay-Indian businessmen to think big and incorporate technology into their ventures for more profit.
Singh said Indians should be prepared to work hard and take up challenges to compete at a global platform.
"Investors will come to Malaysia to open business here and we cannot be asking for protection. We must prepare ourselves to stand on our own two feet," the Star Online quoted Singh, as saying.
Singh has been given the task of coordinating the construction of two 18-storey tower blocks in Bandar Utama which will become the new MIC headquarters.
During his campaign, Jaspal said he would strive for excellence, bring innovation to deliver change effectively and efficiently and be result-oriented.
Singh, who born in Bedong in 1962, enrolled for a engineering degree course at Universiti Malaya.
The secretary of the MIC economic bureau is credited for a development programme to assist new entrepreneurs. (ANI)