All Malaysian Indian Progressive Front
|Abbreviation||AMIPF or IPF|
|Founder||M. G. Pandithan|
|Split from||Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC)|
|Headquarters||53, Jalan Sr 1/9, 43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor|
|National affiliation||Gagasan Rakyat (1990-1996)|
|Colours||Red, black, green|
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The All Malaysia Indian Progressive Front (Malay: Barisan Kemajuan India Se-Malaysia, Tamil: அகில மலேசிய இந்தியர் முன்னேற்ற முன்னனி, romanized: Aṉaittu malēciya intiya muṟpōkku muṉṉaṇi), abbrev: AMIPF, or better known just as the Indian Progressive Front (IPF), is a Malaysian political party. It is a splinter party of the Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) formed by M. G. Pandithan in 1990. The party was a component of the defunct opposition coalition, Gagasan Rakyat (GR) from 1990 to 1996 but it currently supports the Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition although it is not a member. IPF had failed in its application to join BN which face the objection from MIC in reaching BN's consensus policy on admission of new component member.
- "IPF Still Hopeful Of Joining BN". Bernama. 30 July 2010.
- Ida Lim (8 October 2017). "IPF seeks to join BN, moots two-day break for Deepavali". Malay Mail. Retrieved 16 July 2018.
- "Zahid: Three small Indian parties - Kimma, IPF and Makkal Sakti - may join Barisan". Bernama. The Star. 27 October 2018. Retrieved 16 July 2018.
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