Ragone, this article must refer to the interview where Chodo Jnr called for Indians to stand up for their rights and fight even to death to protect their rights.
Fatso Commish must have finally realised that if these kinds of comments are allowed to be aired, then it may be cause an uprising. It is double standards! This arsehole can call for standing up to the rights of Indians, which are not the same as proprietary right like those contained in the Qoliqoli Bill and are not commended by one-eyed Yabaki and others!! Fijians must stand for their rights because these Indians are no longer trying to manipulate from behind the scenes, but are actually doing it boldly the front, which means they either believe they have Bainimarama, Eveli Nailatikau, Eveli Ganilau and the others by the balls or there are too stupid to know the difference.
Blog on ragone because we may be one of the remaining Fijian watchdogs able to stand up to these goons. Blog ragone and disseminate this information.
Publish date/time: 22/06/2008 [12:33]
Police are expected to view recordings from Fiji Television in which Suva Lawyer, Rajendra Chaudhry and Fiji TV News Editor, Anish Chand are alleged to have made some inciteful comments.
Police Spokesperson, Ema Mua confirms the alleged inciteful statements by the two are now being investigation by the CID after which they will decide their next step. Mua said Police would decide later today whether they would allow the program to be aired.
Meanwhile, Fiji TV’s Manager Legal, Tania Waqanika said they are waiting to hand over the tapes to Police and also could not confirm if the programme will be televised today as scheduled. Rajendra Chaudhry said he would not comment on the matter at this stage.
Police to review TV interview with Chodo Jnr