Haryana Letter Riddle

It aint over till the Fat Lady Sings and last we checked she’s off to Dubai 🙂
To the Pig, the Snake and the Arse, we will keep publishing this till the people of Fiji have the Closure they deserve and you three know damn well what that is.  
Power to the People and God Bless Fiji!
The 148-page thick tax file belonging to Mahendra Chaudhry raise many disturbing questions following the 14-page findings of the three-member inquiry team that has cleared Mr Chaudhry of any tax anomalies.
In any event, the terms of reference for the “Committee” was to (a) establish whether the tax assessments by the Fiji Islands Revenue and Customs Authority (FIRCA) in respect of Mahendra Pal Chaudhry between 2000 and 2006 were carried out in accordance with the Income Tax Act (Cap 201) and any other relevant laws of Fiji; and (b) establish whether there were any breaches of the Exchange Control Act (Cap 211) by Mr Chaudhry between 2000 and 2006 in relation to the tax assessment carried out by FIRCA.
In view of the narrow limits of the terms of reference and a short time span (7 March to 10 March 2008), the findings are not surprising, for a wide-ranging inquiry would have yielded another result regarding Mr Chaudhry’s tax affairs. Since there was no commission of enquiry under the Commission of Inquiry Act (Cap 47), the Committee had not held any public hearings, called any witnesses nor taken any written or oral submissions as to facts or law.
The Committee was however satisfied that the files provided by FIRCA and the materials provided by the Reserve Bank of Fiji were sufficiently comprehensive and contained sufficient information for it to conduct its enquiries and reach its conclusions.
A copy of the tax file however reveal that Mr Chaudhry failed to declare interest on his investments, understated his income, owed tax before he granted a general tax amnesty to taxpayers, and had $2million salted away in his private Australian private bank account which he now, eight years later, belatedly claims was meant for him and his family.
The mass of evidence in the tax file does confirm many of the issues I had raised in previous stories, with minor contentions.
As I explained, I had received Mr Chaudhry’s tax documents as far back as 2005, and had sent him a series of questions but he did not reply to the questions.
Meanwhile, Mr Chaudhry had neither told FIRCA, nor the Indo-Fijian community, or the nation, that he had received $2million from one Harbhjan Lal of Haryana in India, and that over half a million dollars of that money was secretly transferred into his bank account through the Indian Consulate-General in Sydney.
Contrary to Mr Chaudhry’s assertion, I have never conceded that the $2million was for his resettlement in Australia. The unsigned letter dated 9 September 2004 by the mysterious Harbhajan Lal is highly questionable, and invites the question whether it was written ipso facto to persuade FIRCA that the $2million was for his resettlement because in his reply, Harbhajan Lal informs Mr Chaudhry as follows: “You have asked for the details of the funds,” and goes on to provide a detailed breakdown of the funds.
It is right to ask Mr Chaudhry to explain why, in September 2004, he was asking Harbhajan Lal, whom Mick Beddoes has described as the “Indian Santa Claus”, about the state of the funds in Haryana when from his own Australian bank account, Mr Chaudhry was acutely aware that he had already received $503,000 on 1 November 2000, $486,890 on 22 February 2001, and $514,148.50 on 15 April 2002 from India.
And on 23 February 2001, a day after receiving $486,890 Mr Chaudhry, on becoming an overnight millionaire ($503,000+$486,890+$13,001) or someone acting on his behalf, withdrew $800,000 from his bank account.
There is also no evidence in his Commonwealth Bank of Australia statements, which he provided to FIRCA, that it was definitely Harbhajan Lal who transferred the first two instalments, for the transaction details simply read – deposit – 2070, whereas the third instalment clearly links the money to Indian “consulate genera S2621745150402S2”.
It was on 11 May 2004 that the investigating officer from FIRCA informed Mr Chaudhry, “I wish to advise you that information received through surveys taken by the Authority (FIRCA) and also from banks/financial institutions reveal that you are in receipt of income, which has either not been declared or under declared”.
The FIRCA officer reminded him of the provisions of Section 50(5) of the Income Tax Act Cap 201, demanding that Mr Chaudhry furnish details of interest earned on all private bank accounts operated by him and his family, and among other details, to furnish a copy of the Trust Deed, for Mr Chaudhry had initially claimed that he was holding the $2million in trust for the Indo-Fijian community.
Again, it is surprising that as a former government auditor, former finance minister in the Bavadra government, former prime minister and finance minister after between 1999 and 2000, and Opposition spokesman on finance in Parliament, Mr Chaudhry was unaware that he had to declare interest on investments he earned abroad.
The inquiry team in its report stated that, “In particular, FIRCA is satisfied that the non-disclosure (of interest) resulted from inadvertence and arose out of a misunderstanding of the application of Fiji laws to interest earned outside Fiji”.
But in his 18 May 2004 letter to the investigating FIRCA officer, Mr Chaudhry, while stating that he held no trust deed, had categorically told the officer: “In so far as interest from moneys held in accounts abroad are concerned, please be advised that these have not been brought to Fiji but remain reinvested in the accounts there.”
He does not mention that he was unaware of the application of Fiji laws to interest earned outside Fiji. There is also no evidence to suggest that Mr Chaudhry approached a tax lawyer for three years to seek clarification on the status of interest earned abroad.
There is also no evidence that FIRCA was satisfied with the explanation about the investments, for on the margins of Mr Chaudhry’s signed letter another officer scrawled as follows: “OK!! Evidence – source of funds; when did first invest?? Details of Int[erest] earned from when first invested; copies of bank st[atement] if any and evid[ence] of any tax deducted at source.”
Moreover, despite the team’s finding, on October 5, 2004, after a 3.30pm meeting with Mr Chaudhry’s tax agents, one FIRCA officer observed on the office memo: “More substantive evidence to support the letter.”
Mr Chaudhry never provided any more substantive evidence on Harbhajan Lal, for on 10 November 2004 he paid $86,069.62 for income tax for 2000 (Receipt Number 5093831).
According to Mr Chaudhry’s tax records for the year ending 31 December 2000, he had understated income of $2,815.22.
For the year ending 2001, he had understated income of $35,100.52. For the year 2002, it was $65,823.84, and for the year 2003, it was $111,8672.22.
There is also evidence that on 10 July 2007 he still owed FIRCA $57,672.09 in tax. It is legitimate, under the doctrine of public interest, to request Mr Chaudhry to declare when did he clear the balance: before, during, or after the tax amnesty that he granted to taxpayers.
It is now for Mr Chaudhry to explain to the nation who is Harbhajan Lal? What committee in Haryana was Harbhajan Lal representing which collected the money on his behalf in 2000, and why was the third instalment transferred through the Indian Consulate-General in Sydney? Who transferred the first two instalments, namely deposit – 2070? Did the Government of India secretly transfer the $2million into his bank account? Will Mr Chaudhry disclose the contents of his letter he allegedly wrote to Harbhajan Lal in 2004 enquiring about the state of the funds?
What about the other hostages and their families? Weren’t they entitled to a portion of the $2million? Didn’t his parliamentary colleagues suffer at the hands of George Speight and his thugs during the hostage crisis? Did Mr Chaudhry ever tell his parliamentary FLP colleagues and the rank and file members that after his trip to India in 2000 he had finally become a double-digit millionaire, but had $2million in Australia for him and his family’s own personal spending?
If the money was for his resettlement, why didn’t Mr Chaudhry return the $2million to the original donor or donors once he decided to run for Parliament in the 2001 and 2006 general elections in Fiji? Did he inform Harbhajan Lal or for that matter whoever gave him the money, that he (Mr Chaudhry) was keeping the money for him and his family?
What must not be lost in the propaganda war unleashed by the interim regime and Mr Chaudhry in the aftermath of the team’s findings, is that he never told any of us that he had been sitting pretty tight on a phenomenal sum of $2million which he allegedly received from his supporters in India, as the team put it, “in order to assist him and his family to relocate to Australia consequent on the circumstances surrounding his ceasing to be Prime Minister of Fiji in 2000”. It was only recently that I finally revealed him as being the $2million man.
He never told us that he had made late lodgements of his 2001, 2002, and 2003 tax returns, which was the subject of my first tax story on him in August 2007.
Even the inquiry team has now confirmed my earlier assertions that Mr Chaudhry lodged his tax returns for the 2000 and 2001 financial years together on 30 May 2002, which was outside the 31 March due date for the lodgement of those returns.
He lodged his returns for the 2002 year on 12 December 2003, which was also outside the time allowed.
Mr Chaudhry did not declare interest on the Australian and New Zealand financial institution accounts in his return lodged with FIRCA in respect of any of the 2000 to 2003 (inclusive) years. We are yet to hear from Mr Chaudhry why he made late lodgements, and why he did not disclose interest earned on his investments for the years 2001, 2002, and 2003.
It would not be out of context to suggest to Mr Chaudhry that one of the primary reasons was because if he did, than he might have been forced to reveal that he had secretly received three instalments of funds running into thousands of dollars in 2000, 2001, and 2002?
As a way of background, I emerged in 1987, along with many others, as one of Mr Chaudhry and the Fiji Labour Party’s most vocal of supporters’ abroad, and in the process the taukei nationalists singled me out for sustained criticism. When my highly critical book, Fiji: Coups in Paradise – Race Politics and Military Intervention, came out in the early 1990s, I ended up travelling on a UN refugee passport for several years, issued under the Geneva Convention.
When Mr Chaudhry was overthrown in the 2000 coup, and Commodore Frank Bainimarama, as head of the military, refused to accede to our unequivocal demands for Mr Chaudhry’s re-instatement as Prime Minister, we re-activated the London-based Movement for Democracy in Fiji. There was also a concerted attack on me by the military-installed Laisenia Qarase led interim government, which accused me of pushing the agenda of the Fiji Labour Party.
On 24 August 2000, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola accused me as follows: “Victor Lal’s articles all have a simple, indeed simplistic stance, restore Chaudhry and impose democracy as defined by Lal and his friends. What he is advocating is an Indian supremacist doctrine, a new version of Hitlerian herrenvolk for Fiji. The racism lies in his desires, not those of us Fijians. His obsession to control Fiji, blinds him to his own ambitions.”
We intensified our fight for Mr Chaudhry’s political rights when Commodore Frank Bainimarama claimed in his February 2001 affidavit before the Fiji Court of Appeal that he had abrogated the 1997 Constitution because he was satisfied that people engaged in the events of May 19 were of the perception that the document had watered down the interests of indigenous Fijians.
“Whether or not those perceptions accorded with reality was not my principal consideration. The perceptions were genuinely held by largely unsophisticated Fijians not equipped to adequately comprehend the niceties and technicalities of the Constitution.”
We also hosted Mr Chaudhry after the hostage crisis in London.
It is, therefore, in the context of my long fight for Mr Chaudhry’s political rights that I would invite my critics, especially Mr Chaudhry, to understand my shock, horror and disappointment when I discovered that the “the political saint, former prime minister, finance minister, and leader of a major political party” had secretly received $2million in his Australian bank account, while we had been laboriously soldiering on for his rights, and that of the Indo-Fijian community.
I, therefore, totally reject Mr Chaudhry’s allegations against me, where he claimed as follows: “I have always maintained that the initial Victor Lal articles (published in the Fiji Sun) were motivated by spite, malice and outsized ego.
The articles were the product of a conspiracy hatched between Lal and certain media people here, including the departed publisher of the Fiji Sun, to not only defame me and have me removed from office but also to divide and weaken the interim Government”.
A close reading of the team’s background facts relating to Mr Chaudhry’s tax details reveal that they based their facts from the same tax file from which I wrote the story about his $2million, except with different conclusions.
However, Mr Chaudhry must tell us about the source of Haryana funds. Who is the mysterious Harbhajan Lal? What committee he belonged to in Haryana? Is he the one who transferred the first two instalments, which saw Mr Chaudhry become an overnight millionaire? Was the money for him or for the Indo-Fijian community? And why no other colleagues of his who were held hostage with him were entitled to a share of the $2million?
Why only him and his family? What about some of my family members in Tailevu, who were assaulted and robbed at knifepoint, and had to hide in tall bushes from Speight’s thugs after the 2000 coup for voting for Mr Chaudhry? Will he reimburse my own expenses for all the trips I made from Oxford to London after the 2000 coup to attend the Movement meetings, and to map out strategies and protests for his return to the prime ministerial chair.
There are still many unanswered questions on the Haryana front. And only Mr Chaudhry has the answers.
l The views expressed here a of the writer Victor Lal, an academic based in London.
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30 Responses to “Haryana Letter Riddle”

  1. taukei Says:

    We’re with you all this way, solivakasama!

  2. taukei Says:

    We’re with you all the way, solivakasama!

  3. Jamesa Says:

    I just noticed this site as my father PDF’d it and sent it around in a broadcast email.

    Fascinating. Keep up the good work.

  4. taukei Says:

    YHVH is Testing the Taukei Believers

    Do devotees think that they will be left to say, “We believe,” without being put to the test?

    The LORD YHVH teaches us that Victory belongs to the believers in this life and the in the Hereafter.

    YHVH also teaches us that the believers will not be left without being tested.

    YHVH is not to leave the believers without distinguishing the bad from the good.

    Those who go through their test while steadfastly persevering are the most fortunate believers, they are the lucky ones despite their difficulties in this life and their perseverance in face of all the ignorant ones who do not understand God’s system.

    None can attain this except those who steadfastly persevere. None can attain this except those who are extremely fortunate.

    YHVH surely tests through fear, hunger, loss of money, lives, and crops.

    Give good news to the steadfast.

    We are certainly being tested, through our lands and our lives.

    If we steadfastly persevere, this will prove the strength of our faith.

    The Scripture shows us that all the believers will be tested—-prophets, messengers, saints, righteous people, all will be tested.

    YHVH is certainly putting you to the test, in order to distinguish those among you who strive, and steadfastly persevere.

    YHVH must expose our true qualities.

    Abraham, the prophet, who was called God’s friend was put to an exacting test.

    Recall that Abraham was put to the test by his Lord, through certain commands, and he fulfilled them.

    Adam and Eve, were put to the test several times including expulsion from Heaven, and may have lived through the loss of their righteous son.

    Noah lost his son twice, first lost him as a disbeliever but still loved him, then lost him to the flood while calling on God to save him.

    The Arab prophet Muhammed lost his only born son (Ibrahim) as all historical accounts mentions and was very saddened by it.

    Muhammed spent a great deal of his life struggling with the disbelievers going from one war to another. Exposed to killings, wounding, loss of friends and loved ones, he was truely tested. God could have won him the wars while Muhammed staying home enjoying a peaceful life of a prophet.

    Noah, Abraham, Lot, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, Solomon, Jesus, John, Job, Jonah, and Muhammed, were all given different and difficult tests.

    While God is testing the believers, He is also exposing the hypocrites and confusing the disbelievers and leading them on in their transgression, blundering.

    They do not understand God’s system and think they are right when they are dead wrong.

  5. Dauvavana Says:

    Jone Boci the truth hearts………..then suffer moron

  6. Morgan Chandra a.k.a MC Says:

    Long live Victor Ali. I’ll wait until I see the demise of Chaudry and his Party.

  7. Peace Pipe Says:

    With all these revelations a normal govt would take necessary action to verify and pin the bugger involved. But not with these clowns and crooks in the ig. They would just manouver the issue towards the direction they want it to end and cover up each other asses just as they did in the farcical inquiry on the snakes tax evasion case. All but a staged show. Just like the billion dollars suit where he said would have to exclude the witness of Rabo and Leano. Why is he afraid of these guys when he dared to sue FT 1 billion smackers. Anyway the lawyer taking up the snakes case GP Lala is a dimwit lawyer, too old and not street smart. He cant even speak english properly when interviewed on TV. He is not even a bit suave as any lawyer should be. Mr Murdoch would bring a lawyer that would blow this insect away from the face of this earth.

  8. Soul of Fiji Says:

    Good one Victor Lal, you were steadfast in 1987, 2000 and 2006. This truely reveals the man who believes and walks the talk and not those who talks the walk.

  9. FijiGirl Says:

    Way to go, Victor Lal! You speak the truth, and God help you bring the truth to light.

    I hope that all people of Fiji will see Chodo for the crooked, lying sneak that he is. He has robbed his own voters, his financial backers and the people of Fiji.

    Let him be brought to justice! If that justice cannot be swift (because Vore won’t bite the hand feedin’ him) then let it be total.

  10. natewaprince Says:

    Good posting SV.This story is slowly starting to fade in the dailies but we must keep it on the forefront of everyone’s mind at all times.

  11. Budhau Says:

    I think Victor Lal is over educated for his intelligence.
    The piece was too long for my limited attention span – however I caught the last paragraph.

    Victor Lal wrote, “Why only him and his family? What about some of my family members in Tailevu, who were assaulted and robbed at knifepoint, and had to hide in tall bushes from Speight’s thugs after the 2000 coup for voting for Mr Chaudhry?”

    First can someone tell this Victor Lal idiot, that the reason the Haryana folks gave money to Chaudary was because Chaudary is a “son of Haryana”, If Victor Lal want his Indian cousins to send him money – he should approach them in Bihar.

    Lal also wrote, “Will he reimburse my own expenses for all the trips I made from Oxford to London after the 2000 coup to attend the Movement meetings, and to map out strategies and protests for his return to the prime ministerial chair.”

    So it was Victor Lal who “mapped the the strategies and protests for his return to the Prime Minister chair.”

    Keep on dreaming Victor – maybe that is why you are so pissed of at Chaudary – that he did not make you an advisor or post you as the Fiji rep in London.

    Yeah right – it was Victor Lal’s strategies that brought Chaudary to power after the 2000 coup.

  12. LUVfiji Says:

    @Budhau.

    Spot on! 10 points again for Budhau! Kailaaaaaaaa!

  13. FijiCID Says:

    Budhau if Harbhajan Lal gave the money from Haryana to Mahen, you idiot, than Victor whose surname is also Lal, could be from Haryana also – how did Budhoo arrive at the idea that Victor is not from Haryana but Bihar? Cry, Fiji, for people like Budhau!!!!!!!!

  14. FijiCID Says:

    Oh, Budhau, on 18 May 2007 he told a audience in New Delhi that he was from South India – was he now trying to get another $2million:

    I myself am a descendent of South India, although my father is from Haryana, my mother was Malyali, her parents immigrated to Fiji from the south of Kerala in the year 1912.

  15. taukei Says:

    we the fijian people arent at all crazy, we know what we want and what we want is a smart person like bainimarama to lead us forward, i think the military council has enough brainpower to steer this nation forward and bring us back to normalcy its people like Adi kaila and all her nonsense that is keeping us down, yes we all want a good life, and if you you no hopers can just shut up for one day and let the country move forward we would be better off than we’ve aver been. God bless the interim governmnet and god bless fiji. alleluia!!!!!!!!

  16. solivakasama Says:

    Bloggers, please note the above indicates the Military Bloggers are very active in trying to destroy the reputation of this site.

    We have deleted about four other identical entries on various other postings. Please note he is not the real Taukei.

    Mean while keep blogging. They are angry and attacking but VICTORY will be ours. Long Live Freedom and Democracy

  17. taukei Says:

    Folks, I am the REAL DEAL TAUKEI and OUR ENEMIY has just used my name to post this pack of lies:

    false taukei Says: “we the fijian people arent at all crazy, we know what we want and what we want is a smart person like bainimarama to lead us forward, i think the military council has enough brainpower to steer this nation forward and bring us back to normalcy its people like Adi kaila and all her nonsense that is keeping us down, yes we all want a good life, and if you you no hopers can just shut up for one day and let the country move forward we would be better off than we’ve aver been. God bless the interim governmnet and god bless fiji. alleluia!!!!!!!!”

    Thanks a million solivakasama!!!!!!!!!!!!

  18. Adi Kaila Says:

    Now who do we believe

  19. aubatinuku-N Says:

    SV should be able to determine who the real taukei is based on what ip address they’re blogging from! RIGHT SV??

    There is division among military ranks as I understand and the cracks are beginning to show already, sooner or later nature will take it’s course and gravity does work.

    What goes up must come down!

  20. taukei Says:

    Thanks a million solivakasama!!!!!!!!!!!!

    The ENEMY is panicking – fearing people power!

    Let’s keep exposing their lies.

    Hmmm….their definition of “smart person” is none other than bananasmamas.

    This moron did manage to get one thing right, however: “we the fijian people arent at all crazy, we know what we want”.

    Yes. Fijians aren’t crazy, and yes, they know what they want.

    And what we want is a democratically elected government and the reinstatement of deposed

  21. taukei Says:

    Thanks a million solivakasama!!!!!!!!!!!!

    The ENEMY is panicking – fearing people power!

    Let’s keep exposing their lies.

    Hmmm….their definition of “smart person” is none other than bananasmamas.

    This moron did manage to get one thing right, however: “we the fijian people arent at all crazy, we know what we want”.

    Yes. Fijians aren’t crazy, and yes, they know what they want.

    And what we want is a democratically elected government and the reinstatement of deposed PM QARASE – IMMEDIATELY!

  22. taukei Says:

    Adi Kaila Says: “Now who do we believe”

    Adi, you can judge who the real taukei is by the comments – the real taukei is strongly against this regime and strongly for the reinstatement of Qarase.

    the fake one is pro-bananamamas chodo!

    folks, please differentiate between the two taukeis

  23. Destiny Says:

    OR maybe one of your cells has swapped sides…. its just a thought!

  24. taukei Says:

    Destiny Says: “OR maybe one of your cells has swapped sides…. its just a thought!”

    Make better use of your time Destiny instead of cracking faggot “jokes”.

  25. taukei Says:

    Destiny, you don’t feel too well. Take a break.

    My cells are working just fine, thank you.

    I know life can be a little difficult at present especially when one just had a sex change – but you’ll get over it. bananamamas and chodos will not love you any less, dear.

  26. Destiny Says:

    taukei Says:

    Destiny Says: “OR maybe one of your cells has swapped sides…. its just a thought!”

    Make better use of your time Destiny instead of cracking faggot “jokes”.

    I really think this is worth bringing to everyones attention. Taukei, you reference to ‘faggot jokes’ is hysterical. To make it easier for the following exam will be multiple choice, ok here goes… WHAT DID DESTINY REALLY MEAN BY THE REFERENCE TO THE WORD ‘CELL’ IS IT

    A)a small room as in a convent or prison
    B)any of various small compartments or bounded areas forming part of a whole
    C)a small group acting as a unit within a larger organization: (hint hint)

    see people, you really dont do yourselves any favours, why would you see this word and think its a reference to being gay??? or is there something you are not telling us Taukei????

  27. Budhau Says:

    CID Girl wrote, “Budhau if Harbhajan Lal gave the money from Haryana to Mahen, you idiot, than Victor whose surname is also Lal”

    CID Girl and you other stupid Fiji Indians – Lal, and Chand and Kumar and the like – those are not surnames. So the “Lal” in Victor Lal ain’t his “surname” – most of you guys don’t have a “surname” most likely because it was some low caste names – those Sharmas and the like, they sure kept their surname. BTW where did this dude get the “Victor” from?.

    CID Girl wrote, “I myself am a descendent of South India, although my father is from Haryana, my mother was Malyali, her parents immigrated to Fiji from the south of Kerala in the year 1912.”

    You see you Madrasi probably have something against the rest of them Indos – When your ancestors arrived, at the tail end of the Girmit (1912) they did not speak no Hindi, so them British used them to supervise them other Indios and be mean to them – and they have been like that ever since. Even know, you go look at he Farmers groups, the Madrasis are leading the other side. Look at the NFP, most Sangam supported. – that Madrasi president dude had to resign because of crime allegations.

    ..and that Harbhajan Lal…He probably has a real last name that iudentifies his cast – its just that they do not usually use the name.

  28. FijiGirl Says:

    Wow, Budhau – you’re and idiot AND a bastard too! Saying things like “You other stupid Fiji Indians” or “low caste” – tut, tut. You must already have some mega karmic debt to pay, and yet here you are, still digging yourself into a deeper hole by trying to irritate the bloggers. Dig dig de dig, dumb dumb dumb de dumbarse.

  29. Budhau Says:

    FijiGirl wrote, “Wow, Budhau – you’re and idiot AND a bastard too!” – well you are partly correct, and thats what she also said last night – “get off of me, you fat bastard”.

    As for them “stupid Indians” – read today’s news – the Sanatan organizations is all for the Charter – the president dude said that that 95% of them are behind the Charter – the idiot does not realize that when this is all said and done – the Fijians ain’t gonna forgive them for this – not for a couple of generations.

    Also in the new, that Sangam dude – said they ain’t joining the Charter crowed – remember I told you them Madrasi’s – they ain’t gonna go for anything that Chaudary is involved.

    As for you low caste guys – give me one good reason why any of the high caste, slightly well to do Indian in Indian sign up to become an indentured labourer. As for the ones that have high caste names in Fiji – they just took those names.

    Love you too, honey.

  30. kaiviti Says:

    Lets keep praying for our beautiful country and let God do his work….God’s time will come…for them that are crooked….

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