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Dec 14, 2008
Despite being declared a banned movement, Hindraf’s spirit among its supporters still lived on, and this was proven at their anti-ISA forum at PAS’ hall in Klang last night.
The Hindu Rights Action Force’s forum, attended by about 250 people, was held in conjunction with the first anniversary of the Internal Security Act (ISA) detention of five Hindraf leaders, which many of the supporters have described as their ‘blackest day’.
According to national coordinator S Jayathas, who was the first speaker at the forum, the event was organised to launch a hunger strike, "until the government releases their leaders and abolish the ISA", which is to kick off today at a Hindu temple in Shah Alam.