S Subramaniam, A Former Vice President Passed Away

S Subramaniam, A Former Vice President Passed Away

S. Subramaniam was a Malaysian politician from India who was a part of the Malaysian Indian Congress. This party is a component party of the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition. S Subramaniam has served as the Deputy President of MIC from 1979 to June 2006. He was the longest-serving officeholder, he served for 27 years. He has also served as the Deputy Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs from 1995 to 2004. 

S Subramaniam Former Vice President Death

S Subramaniam the former deputy president of Malaysian Indian Congress passed away in his home in Petaling Jaya, Selangor. He was 78 years old when he passed away. The MIC Supreme Council member L Sivasubramaniam confirmed the death and said that S Subramaniam had a stroke in 2011 and has been bedridden. He passed away in his sleep at around 8 PM. 

S Subramaniam Former Vice President

S Subramaniam was born on 26 October in 1944 and he was 78 years old when he passed away. He passed away on 5 July 2023, peacefully in his sleep. He is survived by his wife Tina Subramaniam, his two sons and one daughter. S Subramaniam’s funeral service was held on 7 July 2023 in his family home in Petaling Jaya, Selangor. His son Sunther said that his father passed away peacefully in his sleep after being bedridden for eleven years. He suffered a stroke in 2011. 

S Subramaniam Malaysian Indian Congress

S Subramaniam has served as MP for Damansara and Segamat between 1974 and 2004 and has held several deputy minister posts at the Prime Minister’s Department. He has also served at the local government and federal territories ministry. He joined MIC in 1962 and he has held the positions of secretary-general, vice-president and deputy president.

Malaysian Indian Congress

A political party in Malaysia is called the Malaysian Indian Congress. It is a founding member of the Barisan Nasional coalition, formerly known as the Alliance, which ruled the nation from its independence in 1957 until the 2018 elections. The party is one of the oldest in Malaysia and was among the first to struggle for Malayan Independence.

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