Top of the morning bloggers. This is the day that the Lord hath made! Indeed!! Can’t beat waking up to some refreshing news like Chodo being shown the door by Vore, BTW is a practice he had perfected whilst illegal Minister. It seems the reinstatement of Pramesh Chand spelled the demise for Chodo. We’ll have to wait and see the spill over from this debacle because Chodo is not to go away quietly. However, something tells me that this time around, Chodo may not ‘spill the beans’as expected, although we at the SV Team challenge Chodo to stand up, be a man and ‘spill the beans!’This time Chodo has been implicated in supporting the coup and chances are he was involved or knew of the coup before it was actually carried out in December 2006. Also his tax evasion cover-up plus the fact he has been ‘warned’by Vore are ‘persuasive’ reasons why he may not ‘spill the beans’because he knows those murderous green goons at QEB are very capable of carrying out their threat. The unlawful deaths of the 5 CRW members and the pending murder cases of Nimilote Verebasaga & Sakiusa Rabaka are clear proofs. Enjoy your day now bloggers okay because we at the SV Team are going to celebrate!!!!
Saturday, August 09, 2008
Charan Jeath Singh yesterday said he was reliably informed that Mr Chaudhry was handed his termination letter on Wednesday this week by interim Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama. “I was told that the letter was given to him by Mr Bainimarama before the Government team left for China for the Olympic Games and the letter states that he has until August 22 to clear himself from public office and that will be in the next two weeks,” Mr Singh said.
“This means he won’t attend the next Cabinet meeting on August 22 and I challenge Mahen to tell the people that his job is on the line. “And I am prepared to take Mahen head on in any battle or whatever battle he may want to take out with me.”
It is understood the letter also cautioned Mr Chaudhry not to make public statement on behalf of the regime but for his Fiji Labour Party only. Mr Singh said that Mr Chaudhry was also warned not to make any major decisions for the regime until August 22. “This was also confirmed to me and my friends this evening, (yesterday) from a senior government official who is also out of the country saying that Mahen is going out of the regime.
“This should have been done long time ago because he has only brought problems to the country’s economy,” Mr Singh said. Efforts to contact Mr Chaudhry yesterday proved futile as his cell phone was diverted and messages left on his phone were not responded to.
Yesterday Mr Bainimarama referred all queries to military spokesman Neumi Leweni who said he was not aware of any letter. Acting permanent secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office Edward Blakelock said he was not aware of the letter to Mr Chaudhry. However, reliable Government sources confirmed yesterday that a letter was sent to Mr Chaudhry.