04 September 2015
Petites Annonces Gratuite
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M Rafic Soormally

M Rafic Soormally

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Me Sanjeev Teeluckdharry, representing the plaintiff Maharajah Madhewoo, said: “Le jugement sur la carte biométrique est contradictoire et ambigu”.
Sunday, 17 May 2015 07:00

Ramgoolam and Boolell

Like the Ramgoolam’s, it is well known that the Boolell’s have always been Labour in their veins. While Ramgoolam has taken leave of the Mauritian Labour Party (Parti Travailliste), it is accepted that Arvin Boolell has a legitimate right to lead the party.
Like the Ramgoolam’s, it is well known that the Boolell’s have always been Labour in their veins. While Ramgoolam has taken leave of the Mauritian Labour Party (Parti Travailliste) after his defeat on 10 December 2014 and following the very serious charges of perverting the course of justice and money laundering he has been facing since he came under investigation by Police, it is accepted that Arvin Boolell has a legitimate right to lead the party.
The Director of Le Défi Media Group, Ehshan Kodarbux gave an interview in Le Défi Plus where he clarified, among others, the issue of shareholding in the Group, in the wake of the BAI affair. Mr Rafic Soormally, a regular feature writer on most burning issues, made some pertinent observations on www.defimedia.info. News on Sunday reproduces his comments below.
In the Roches Noires case in which, based on gathered evidence, Ramgoolam appeared to have lied about not being present during the night of the burglary and apparently ordered Gooljaury to stand in for him (which Gooljaury later confessed) with the alleged complicity of high-ranking Police Officers, when evidence (yet to be tested in court) points to the fact that he was present at his Roches Noires beach house with his alleged mistress Nandanee Soornack (who has since 11 December 2014 left for Italy and refused to return to give evidence) at the time of the alleged burglary but did not apparently want the public to know about it, Ramgoolam did not give his version of events as to his whereabouts during that night and opted for his right to silence. In other words, Ramgoolam refused to co-operate with the Police.
By revoking the licence of Bramer Banking Corporation Ltd and by forcing it, as well as its sister company BAI (British American Insurance) into administration, allegedly in the « public interest », the government (in conjunction with the BoM and the FSC) created panic amongst the bank’s customers and the insurance company’s Policy Holders and then plays the good guy by promising them that their money is safe and that they will not lose a penny. Even though Dawood Rawat, the owner of Bramer and BAI, has for many years been one of former PM Ramgoolam’s protégés, the government decision should be contested in a court of law all the way to the Privy Council, if necessary.
By revoking the licence of Bramer Banking Corporation Ltd and by forcing it, as well as its sister company BAI (British American Insurance) into administration, allegedly in the « public interest », the government (in conjunction with the BoM and the FSC) created panic amongst the bank's customers and the insurance company's investors and then plays the good guy by promising them that their money is safe and that they will not lose a penny. Even though Dawood Rawat, the owner of Bramer and BAI, has for many years been one of former PM Ramgoolam's “protégés”, the government decision should be contested in a court of law all the way to the Privy Council, if necessary.
The association between Anil Gayan and ‘political activist’ Vijaya Sumputh, albeit in business (ref. Southall Company Ltd and Lex Advoc Associates Company Ltd), is not in dispute.
Circumscribing police scrutiny and investigations into the six mobile phones seized by Police in the office of prime suspect Navin Ramgooloam is like circumscribing press reports, analyses and opinions as a preventative measure based on mere allegations of what could happen, if.
Nandanee Soornack left Mauritius on 11 December 2014, the day after the general elections when it was known that Navin Ramgoolam and his alliance had lost badly and SAJ’s Alliance Lepep had swept to power based on one of the promises, to cleanse the system from the rot of Ramgoolam and of corruption.
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