Malaysian Indian Muslim Congress


Malaysian Indian Muslim Congress
Malaysian Indian Muslim Congress
Kongres Indian Muslim Malaysia
Leader Dato`Syed Ibrahim Bin Kader DPNS,DNS,AMN,JP
Founded 1977
Headquarters 77-A,Tingkat 1 ,Medan Sri Bunus, Off Jln Masjid India,50100 Kuala Lumpur Tel:03-26973967 Fax:03-26970013
National affiliation Barisan Nasional
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Malaysian Indian Muslim Congress (MIMC; Malay: Kongres India Muslim Malaysia, KIMMA) is a political party formed in 1977 to represent the interests of the Indian Muslim community in Malaysia.

Hierarchy

  • Chairman & President - Dato`Syed Ibrahim Bin Kader DPNS,DNS,AMN,JP
  • Mohd Mohsin Bin Abd.Razak - Deputy President
  • Harisrajudin bin Alaudin - Secretary General
  • Hj.Abd Wahith bin Sharfuddin - Treasurer-General

In 2010 KIMMA became an associate member of the United Malays National Organization.

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