Split from People's Justice Party
|Founded 14 November 2007|
Headquarters Kuala Lumpur
|President Nallakaruppan Solaimalai|
Founder Nallakaruppan Solaimalai
The Malaysian Indian United Party (Malay: Parti Bersatu India Malaysia) (Tamil: மலேசிய இந்திய ஐக்கிய கட்சி) (abbrev: MIUP) is a political party representing the Indian community in Malaysia. MIUP was founded and registered on 14 September 2007 and then launched on 25 November 2007 by Nallakaruppan Solaimalai or better known as K.S. Nallakaruppan after his resignation from Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) because of his fallout with Anwar Ibrahim regarding the candidacy for the Ijok by-election, 2007.
MIUP supports and maintains friendly relations to the governing Barisan Nasional (BN) although it is not an official member of the coalition but seeks to be admitted into the coalition.
- Nallakaruppan Solaimalai – appointed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong