"I regret my statements in parliament which had created problems for the BN. Datuk Seri Najib has assured me the legitimate concerns of the community will be addressed by the BN together with the MIC,"
"I truly believe in the Barisan Nasional. I truly believe that unity, peace and stability is paramount in the country and it cannot be compromised."
NST Devamany regrets criticising BN
“He was very nice to me. I told him I regretted the statement. He advised me on what happened.
“I fully support Barisan Nasional and the party leadership. That cannot be questioned,” he added.
The Star Devamany let off the hook by Najib
"We shared 20 minutes together and I told him that I regretted what happened that day,"
"I truly believe that the nation's progress through unity and stability is paramount and cannot be compromised," he said.
He also said he supports BN policies and Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's leadership, which "can never be questioned".
Malaysiakini Devamany escapes punishment
This Devamany is the chap who on Al Jazeera belittled the Hindraf demonstration and condemned the demonstrators.
Then realising how tolak markah his statement was in the eyes of the voters, to quote JeffOoi, Devamany "made a Bollywood U-turn from his pontificating-the-BN over Al-Jazeera to admitting in the Parliament, arguing that the rally had proved the failure of government policies which do not benefit the Indians."
and now, realising how tolak markah his statement was in the eyes of his political masters, the Bollywood hero does another u-turn with his apology to Najib.
and the best things is, this flip-flop hero wannabe still had the gall to say,
"I think that, right now, we must be very responsible and cautious with our words. Let's not just simply throw [sic] words," he said, while insisting he would continue to speak up in the Dewan Rakyat
looking at the way he flip-flops, Lulu knows who his boss is. clue : not the rakyat, not the voters