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Baling English School - Baling Conference
Located not far from Baling town, this school was a venue of the famous Baling Conference between Communist Party (CPM) representative and the government of Federation of Malaya in December 1955 to held a peace talks to end the bloodiest conflict - Malayan Emergency.

Tunku Abdul Rahman led his Alliance Party to a convincing victory in first federal election on July 1955 and agreed to  held a talks with CPM leaders to stop the conflict and proceed to get independence from Britain.

CPM delegation was led by its leaders Chin Peng, Chen Tien and Abdul Rashid Mydin where the government team were Tunku itself, David Marshall the Chief Minister of Singapore, Abdul Hamid Jumat, Dato Sir Tan Cheng Lock, Too Joon Heng, T.H Tan, Syed Jaafar Albar, Yaacob Latif and Safie Abdullah the Tunku's private secretary.

CPM delegation were bring out from the jungle at Klian Intan town and were escorted fully armed to Baling School where they were stayed there.   The two sides met on December 28 and took 2 days but the negotiations broke down when Chin Peng refused to accept the terms of surrender and disbanded the CPM.

Later when Malaya get its independence, several contact have been made to continue the peace talks and Kroh was chosen for possible talks. However Chin Peng refused to accept the terms of surrender and the talks failed to take place.

This school was renamed as Sekolah Kebangsaan Tunku Putera. Most of the old building still standing including the talks took place and the building where CPM Delegates stayed overnight.



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