‘War Crimes Court Will Restore our Dignity’

first_imgMr. JEREMIAH S. SWEN, national chairperson ATJL ““This is not politics. This is the restoration of our dignity, the healing, reconciling and prosperity of our people and nation a pathway to secure our constitution–Alliance for Transitional Justice in Liberia remember notorious Octopus, October 15, 1992An executive of the Alliance for Transitional Justice of Liberia (ATJL), a conglomeration of over 15 human rights advocacy groups, on Monday, October 15, challenged Liberians to ensure that the government of President George Weah will timely pass the bill establishing a war and economic crimes court in the country.“This is not politics. This is the restoration of our dignity, the healing, reconciling and prosperity of our people and nation, a pathway to secure our Constitution,” Mr. Jeremiah S. Swen, the national chairperson, maintained at a speech he delivered yesterday during the signing ceremony of the ATJL at the St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, in Monrovia.He told the gathering that, “Amid our tearful past, we are united because of the love for justice, human rights, criminal accountability, and compassion for the worst victims of our civil war and those of our dignified deceased compatriots. We are here because we are united to fight against the scourge of injustice, extremism, and oppression.”“As we assemble,” according to Swen, “there are unspeakable pains and agony faced by many Liberians who are living with the wounds and scars from massacres.”“Today, an orphan, widow or widower who bears the visual testimony of the brutal death of his/her beloved family requests for justice, but they lack the empowerment to pursue same, painfully watching perpetrators live with impunity. This purely contradicts our constitutional and fundamental obligation to uphold the rule of law and the universal standard of human rights,” he said.Swen noted that, “Liberian victims have shown much courage, endured much pain and now is the time that we must give back to them.”He continued,” I am of this conviction that restoring survivors’ dignity, healing fresh wounds created from those massacres, removing bullets from their bodies, helping to restructure their socio-economic wellbeing, when carried out, this nation and along with our partners’ strategic support can break the circle of violence, hate, and at last breed reconciliation.”The signing ceremony coincided with the observation of the October 15, 1992 notorious Octopus Invasion against innocent people by the National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL) of former President Charles Taylor. Swen reminded his audience that, “On this day of October 15,  1992, the notorious Octopus Invasion was launched, leading to indiscriminate shelling and killing of civilians and a moment that uprooted the fundamental institution of our democratic and global civilization: tradition, religion, and Christian values were destroyed.”Swen continued, “There is one thing that sets us far above our terrible past, a past that is deeply traced from the horrible nightmare of the July 29, 1990 Massacre at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church.”Swen said the act of murdering innocent children, treating girls as sex slaves; conscripting children as young as eight years as child soldiers; torturing and murdering sons and daughters of this country, “carrying out massacres in churches, mosques, traditional shrines, against innocent and unarmed civilian populations: our villages and towns, killing aid workers and peacekeepers these acts have no moral, traditional, religious and constitutional justification.”Making reference to the collaboration, Swen informed his colleagues, “I am so glad we personally and institutionally, agreed to unite. I am of the conviction, that this nation, our current and emerging generations will take no faith in our unpatriotic and inhumane cruel history, but now, we must strengthen and with devotion attach great importance to healing, reconciliation, criminal accountability, and memorialization.”Swen noted that “Every Liberian must be treated equally under the law and under the true eyes of the society; this is a constitutional and fundamental universal heritage. This is the true spirit of democracy and citizenship.”According to Swen, their effort must be seen as a contest of value, “a fundamental debate of who we are as a nation. Do we appreciate a nation considered the safe haven of human rights violators, fragile youth population extremely exposed to drugs and substances? We must rethink and recommit ourselves.”He said those eight years plus after the approval of the historic Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) report and its recommendations, “is a national shame and fairy tale that our government has failed to show a tangible accomplishment of this national reconciling, healing, accountable and rebuilding instrument.”“We have come, as citizens and preservers of human rights and dignity, despite our diversities: religion, denomination, tribes, beliefs, association, gender, social status to trigger a new dispensation of nationalistic consciousness,” Swen told his colleagues.The establishment of a war and economic crimes court is gaining momentum as many Liberians have agreed that to ensure that Liberia’s ugly past is not repeated those who led the killings and destruction of lives and properties should face justice, consistent with the recommendations of the TRC.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Superbet donates to fire victims

first_imgGuiana Holdings Inc, marketed under the name Superbet, recently made a monetary donation to 53-year-old Dularie Lall, a mother of nine, who lost her home to an early morning fire on December 16.Marketing Assistant, Jameel Haley makes a monetary donation to Dularie LallReports are that Dularie Lall was asleep in her home with four of her children when the fire started at about 03:00h. The intense flames quickly ripped through the wooden structure, preventing the family from salvaging any of their belongings.The family has indicated that they are seeking assistance to rebuild their home; and showed much gratitude to the Superbet’s team upon receiving the token at Superbet’s head office located at Lot 72 Barrack Street, Kingston, Georgetown.General Manager, Shrikant Kisoensingh reiterated that Superbet is committed to its social responsibility and is always looking for opportunities to give back to communities.last_img read more

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Roller coaster day for Dreher at Beach Grove Golf Club

first_imgShe began her round on the front nine today, and things started off well as Dreher moved to one under early on after she nailed a birdie putt on the third hole. She ended up falling back to even after a bogey on the par four sixth, before moving back to one under with a birdie on the ninth hole.The back nine were particularly interesting for Dreher. She dropped back to even on her round with a bogey on the tenth hole, and  overall bogeyed three of her first six holes on the back nine. All wasn’t lost as her round came to its conclusion, however. Dreher managed to fight back with birdie putts on holes 14 and 17 to leave herself at even par by the time she finished her day. – Advertisement -Kelowna B.C.’s Samantha Richdale is still the clubhouse leader for the second round. She is through 14 holes and sits at one over for her day, but has a score of six under for the tournament after yesterday’s stellar round, and leads the tournament by four strokes.last_img read more

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Ronaldo and Morocco – a love affair made in Marrakech

first_imgRonaldo’s love affair with Morocco began in Marrakech in December 2014 at the Club World Cup which Real competed in after winning their 10th Champions League title.For the first time Ronaldo experienced at first hand his popularity from a country where divided loyalties over Real Madrid and Barcelona can split families in two.Ronaldo was “enchanted by “an exceptional quality of life that he hadn’t come across before, and that was so close to where he lived too”, someone close to the player said.‘CR7’ was hooked, and returned the following year, catching up with his Dutch-Moroccan friend, kickboxer Badr Hari.According to the Spanish press, whenever he has free time Ronaldo takes a private jet from the Torrejon de Ardoz airport beside Real’s training ground to return to the country he loves — and top up his perma-tan.Even his beloved mum Dolores has fallen under Morocco’s spell, judging by photos posted on Instagram of her in front of a plate of couscous, or visiting Jemaa El-Fnaa square in Marrakech where tourists can pick up replica shirts of her son.Ronaldo has a 50-percent stake in the Portuguese hotel chain Pestana through his own ‘CR7 brand, and he announced in January he would be opening his fifth hotel in Marrakech.He already has branches in Funchal and Lisbon in Portugal– not surprisingly the rooms feature dozens of photographs of the player, his shirts and momentoes of his career.However, only true fans will enjoy washing their face in the morning confronted by a giant view of the man himself with his sunglasses acting as mirrors.Two more branches are soon to open in Madrid and New York.The 160-room establishment in Marrakech is due to welcome its first guests by early 2020.“He really does have a personal connection to the city,” Nabil Slitine, chief of the Downtown Hotel Corporation project where the CR7 hotel is due to be built, told AFP.“From my first meeting with the Pestana group to explore the project they told me ‘it’s incredible, it’s been six months now that Cristiano hasn’t stopped telling us I’m going to open up in Marrakech’”.Ronaldo’s name brings with it a certain cache.“I won’t disguise the fact that it’s good publicity for the venture, which has been marketed around the world,” he says.Given his links with Ronaldo, Slitine could have a problem deciding who to support when Ronaldo’s Portugal face Morocco in the World Cup later Wednesday.“In business, I’m 100 percent for Cristiano but in the World Cup I’m 100 percent Moroccan.”0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Cristiano Ronaldo playimg against the country where he is adored, Morocco© AFP Kirill KUDRYAVTSEVMARRAKECH, Morocco, June 20 – Cristiano Ronaldo has fallen under the charm of Morocco, and the feeling is mutual with the Portugal and Real Madrid star adored by millions of fans from the North African kingdom.There may be no statue yet honouring Ronaldo, who led Portugal against Morocco in the World Cup on Wednesday, as there is in his hometown of Funchal, but he will soon have a hotel in his name.last_img read more

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Spurs eye up rival ace, Chelsea overpaid for Kepa, Ozil to leave Arsenal?

first_imgtalkSPORT.com round up all the biggest transfer news and rumours from Tuesday’s papers and online… moving on Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father RANKED 2 Chelsea overpaid by almost £40million when they signed goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga from Athletic Club. They also sold Thibaut Courtois to Real Madrid for £20million less than his value. (CIES Football Observatory)Edwin van der Sar has ruled out returning to Manchester United having been linked with becoming his former club’s director of football. (Sky Sports)Luke Shaw, the left-back, is to miss Manchester United’s next two matches after suffering concussion during England’s defeat to Spain. (Mirror) REVEALED Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade targets Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti 2 Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland three-way race Ozil could be on his way out of Arsenal targets center_img Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Tottenham Hotspur are considering a potential move for Ben Chilwell, the Leicester City left-back. (Telegraph)Spurs are also still watching Fulham’s 17-year-old forward Ryan Sessegnon. (Telegraph)Fenerbahce want to sign Arsenal star Mesut Ozil. The Germany playmaker has endured a tough start to the season under Unai Emery. (Fotomac) IN DEMAND Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Latest transfer news TOP WORK LIVING THE DREAM LATEST The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? Dwight Gayle will remain on loan at West Brom until the end of the season despite interest in the Newcastle forward from China. (Express and Star)Future Champions League finals could be played in New York with no venues confirmed for the 2021 edition and onwards. (Sun)And here are the top talkSPORT.com stories…EXCLUSIVE: Hilarious Vinnie Jones story about the time he and Dennis Wise stole Chelsea assistant manager Stan Ternent’s passportEXCLUSIVE: Peterborough United manager Steve Evans promises to ‘support’ Jason Cummings after video of striker appearing to smash up his own flat emergesEXCLUSIVE: Khan vs Brook fight ‘all down to Amir’, Johnny Nelson tells talkSPORTEXCLUSIVE: Liverpool legend John Barnes explains why he feels sorry for Tottenham star Harry KaneManchester United target Salvador Cabanas was shot in the head after agreeing deal to go to Old TraffordTottenham reveal White Hart Lane’s golden cockerel was damaged by Paul Gascoigne and an air riflelast_img read more

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Borussia Dortmund eyeing up raid on Arsenal academy for wonderkid

first_img targets moving on Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father IN DEMAND Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January REVEALED LATEST The 18-year-old earned his debut England call-up after an impressive run of form with Dortmund.Arsenal star Reiss Nelson is also thriving in the German top-flight, scoring six goals for Hoffenheim since arriving on-loan in the summer and collecting the Bundesliga’s Rookie of the Month award for October.The Emirates hierarchy will not want Cottrell to be part of the English talent drain across the Continent but could lose the midfielder in a cut-price compensation deal. Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ And according to The Sun, his recent performances have not gone unnoticed.Dortmund and Marseille are bidding to become the latest clubs to offer a young English star first-team opportunities outside the Premier League.The Bundesliga giants are already reaping the rewards of taking a chance on ex-Manchester City youngster Jadon Sancho. Latest Transfer News Arsenal teenager Reiss Nelson, who also came through the club’s academy, is currently on loan at Hoffenheim and has scored six times in his first seven Bundesliga games center_img The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer RANKED Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade LIVING THE DREAM Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti targets 1 Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Arsenal wonderkid Ben Cottrell is attracting serious interest from across Europe, with Bourssia Dortmund and Marseille reportedly ready to swoop.The Gunners’ U18 midfielder is flourishing in the club’s academy this season and many have tipped him to be a star of the future.Cottrell, 17, joined Arsenal at the age of nine through the famous Hale End Academy in East London and has since risen through the ranks.last_img read more

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Building character

first_img Pixar emerged as the industry heavyweight by releasing the first computer-generated movie, “Toy Story,” in 1995. It has since produced an unprecedented string of five hits, including “A Bugs Life,” “Monsters Inc.” and “Finding Nemo,” which have made about $3.2 billion in worldwide sales. Pixar and DreamWorks, whose executives declined to comment for this story, benefit from technological prowess that cost them millions to develop. Their rendering software allows characters to interact in three dimensions, adding lifelike qualities that wow audiences. Wild Brain and the Orphanage lack such resources, relying on off-the-shelf software and building other digital tools to enhance the quality, says BZ Petroff, Wild Brain’s production director, who worked on “Toy Story” while at Pixar. Wild Brain has the same improvisational spirit that Pixar had back before anyone had coined the term computer animation, she said. “Pixar had practically nobody who had worked on a motion picture before,” Petroff recalled. “They had an industrial designer who worked on cars. Not ‘Cars’ the Pixar movie but cars in Detroit. He worked in the automobile industry. … Nobody was doing this kind of work then.” When it comes to computer-generated short films, Wild Brain’s system has proven successful. In 2001, the company released “Hubert’s Brain,” a dark comedy about a lonely boy who finds a talking brain. The 17-minute film won Best Professional Computer Generated Short Film at the 2001 World Animation Celebration in Los Angeles. “The 3-D works, and it’s a lot of fun,” said Karl Cohen, president of the Bay Area Animation Association, said of “Hubert.” “Whether they can turn that into a full-length feature is another question.” The Orphanage, founded in 1999 by three former employees of George Lucas’ Industrial Light and Magic, is further behind Wild Brain in its evolution. The company is best known for supplying special effects for live-action films, such as “The Day After Tomorrow” and “Sin City.” Hiring Tartakovsky, a golden boy at the Cartoon Network who will anchor the company’s foray into features, has given Orphanage credibility within animation circles. That these digital animation companies are cropping up in the Bay area is no accident. Civic leaders here are rolling out the red carpet for computer animation firms. The process of creating computer-generated characters begins with a hand drawing. A clay model of the character is sculpted and then three-dimensional features are plotted by a software program. Once the character exists as a digital file, a computer-animation artist becomes an electronic puppeteer, manipulating the character’s movement with a computer mouse and keyboard instead of strings. Computers, however, have done little to speed up the process or reduce the costs of making animated films. Emeryville-based Pixar has produced only six films in 11 years and spent an average of $77 million per movie, according to Bruce Nash, who runs The Numbers, an online movie information data tracker. Lacking those kind of resources, Wild Brain and Orphanage plan to leverage their expertise animating television shows, which require a faster turnaround, to produce films for about half as much money, executives from both companies said. After spending 11 years producing mostly commercials, Wild Brain made its first significant strides toward the big screen when it penned a five-picture deal last year with Dimension Films, a unit of Walt Disney Co.’s Miramax Films. Under the terms of the agreement, each company will co-finance and co-produce films that Miramax will distribute. Orphanage, headquartered in San Francisco, will seek a similar financing and distribution partnership once the company’s story ideas are ready for production, Tartakovsky said. Wild Brain plans to keep its costs down by hiring artists in far-flung places such as Korea, China and Malaysia to draw background and other scenes that can be easily mass-produced. Some of the work for Wild Brain’s “Higglytown Heroes,” a daily Disney Channel show for preschoolers, is done in Korea, Rivkin said. Sending work overseas doesn’t hurt the quality, he added. Others aren’t so sure. Pixar, which is run by Apple Computer Inc. CEO Steve Jobs, and DreamWorks, led by former Walt Disney Co. animation hit maker Jeffrey Katzenberg, do all their work in-house. “Pixar has such a thoughtful approach both from a story line and business perspective,” said Ralph Schackart, analyst with William Blair & Co LLC. “I don’t think anyone one has quite figured out how to do it like them.” “It all starts with the story,” said Schackart. “You or I can go buy off-the-shelf software and make an animated film. The barrier to entry for this industry is the story.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals As creative director at Orphanage Animation Studios Inc., he now finds himself among a small group of Northern California artists hoping to rival the towering front runners in Hollywood computer animation: Pixar Animation Studios Inc. and DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. While the Bay Area upstarts have yet to make a feature-length film, companies such as Orphanage, Wild Brain Inc. and CritterPix Inc. have recently announced separate plans to make computer-animated feature films with characters they hope moviegoers will embrace as fondly as Pixar’s Buzz Lightyear and DreamWorks’ Shrek. The rub is that the new players find themselves working on shoestring budgets, often with hand-me-down technology, and working under noose-tight deadlines. “You can’t look at Wild Brain in its current state and say we’re going to be competitors to Pixar,” said Charles Rivkin, who was named CEO of the San Francisco-based company in September. “On the other hand, we would hope in the near future we make it into their rearview mirror.” Consider what the challengers are up against: DreamWorks produced “Shrek 2,” the third highest-grossing movie ever ($436 million) and the No. 1 animation film of all time, and the company is only No. 2 in the market. SAN FRANCISCO – Genndy Tartakovsky is a 35-year-old man who still wakes up early on Saturdays to watch cartoons. He confesses: “I can’t outgrow them.” Even a night of hard drinking when he was younger wouldn’t keep him from dragging himself out of bed the next morning to watch his favorite shows. “I’d be so hung over,” said Tartakovsky. “But I loved them.” That passion and persistence has paid off for Tartakovsky, whose list of credits includes hit animated television shows “Samuri Jack” and “Star Wars: Clone Wars.” last_img read more

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Giants cut two more Zaidi free agent signees, promote Williamson in big roster shakeup

first_imgDENVER — A harrowing tumble over the bullpen mounds threatened Mac Williamson’s career with the Giants last April.A poor spring and the club’s decision to designate Williamson for assignment put his future with the organization in even greater jeopardy this spring.When the Giants return home to Oracle Park on Friday, the bullpen mounds will still be lurking in foul territory on both sides of the field. Williamson, after defying great odds, will likely be out on the field too.In a major …last_img read more

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Google’s Cloud Problems Should Terrify Enterprises

first_imgIT + Project Management: A Love Affair Related Posts brian proffitt Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… Yesterday’s Gmail outage was not just another pain. Out-of-control code also brought down some Chrome browsers, hurting productivity for those affected. As the boundary between cloud services and native clients blur, enterprises cannot afford this kind of instability any longer.Monday was not a fun time to be a Google user. For about 40 minutes yesterday afternoon (on the East Coast), Gmail service, as well as Google Drive, experienced scattered outages. Reports indicate that personal Gmail accounts may have been more affected than Google Apps accounts.Curiously, at nearly the same time, many Google Chrome users started reporting that their browsers were doing full-on crashes – very much a problem, since their browser of choice was actually now killing all of their Internet-based tasks. It was also weird, because Chrome, like most current browsers, tries to sandbox individual tabs so that if a bad script gets loaded from a faulty page, that tab will hang and not the whole browser. To have the entire client crash was trouble.The Whys And WhereforesThe two failures may have been unrelated, though it’s not clear. The Chrome browser issue was caused by a problem with the Google Sync service — the feature that enable Chrome users to sync their preferences and bookmarks across machines.According to Chrome developer Tim Steele, the back-end Chrome Sync servers experienced problems because of a load-balancing configuration change in their quota management system, a change that turned out to be wrong and ended up forcing the Sync service to throttle itself back.Steele’s comments seem to imply that it was not the Gmail outage that caused the Chrome browsers to die, but perhaps the Sync problem that spread out to other services, like Gmail.“That change was to a core piece of infrastructure that many services at Google depend on. This means other services may have been affected at the same time, leading to the confounding original title of this bug [‘When Gmail is down, Chrome Sync crashes Chrome’],” Steele wrote. “Because of the quota service failure, Chrome Sync Servers reacted too conservatively by telling clients to throttle ‘all; data types, without accounting for the fact that not all client versions support all data types.”Hence, crashing Chrome browsers and perhaps some downed Google services, too.The Enterprise ImpactIn the grand scheme, this was not a huge problem. Depending on where you were, the issue cleared in about half an hour, and not every Chrome browser tanked, since not every Chrome user has Sync activated.But the implications of this event are a little alarming. Here we have a situation where a change was made to complex software in the cloud and it immediately rippled right out to users. That change appeared to touch other services. Even if Gmail were unaffected by Sync’s problem, there is still the disturbing issue of browsers going down.It’s reasonable, if irksome, to expect a cloud service to go down once in a while. It’s part of working in the cloud. But to have a rich client installed natively on your machine crash too, thus preventing other work while waiting for the original service to restart?To an enterprise IT shop, which should (and usually does) test the heck out of any software before releasing anything to production, this is the opposite of what should happen. Enterprise procurement and configuration is often months behind the consumer market precisely because they don’t want cutting-edge software in the building to torque their employee’s machines.Cloud-based apps like Google and Office 365 can change that sense of security in a heartbeat.It’s not feasible to advocate the cessation of cloud-based tech. The benefits of cloud computing are too big to ignore. But if Google wants to be a serious enterprise player, it must find a way to properly test its configuration changes before they go live.Now that the company is charging for Google Apps for Business, that becomes even more paramount. When money’s involved, the stakes get a lot higher.Image courtesy of Shutterstock.center_img Tags:#Google 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of…last_img read more

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Rahul, Sonia must explain role in Augusta-Westland chopper deal: Maharashtra CM

first_imgMaharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday wondered why the Gandhi family’s name always surfaces in cases of wrongdoings in defence deals. Addressing a press conference here, he demanded that the Congress president Rahul Gandhi and former party president Sonia Gandhi explain their role in the Augusta-Westland VVIP chopper deal amid allegations of them having received kickbacks. Mr. Fadnavis also attacked Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar, who in a statement on Sunday had supported the Gandhis and said power is being misused by the ruling party to target opposition. “Congress now has an advocate as big as Sharad Pawar. Even he has no option but to speak for the Congress,” he said.“The Italian court order regarding Augusta-Westland has named Sonia Gandhi four times. Christian Michel, the key accused, has named Ms. Gandhi and ‘her son who could become Prime Minister’. It is clear that commission worth ₹225 crore is being fixed in this case of which ₹125 crore has been delivered. We demand that the Gandhi family must come out in open and explain to the country about this,” he said.Meanwhile, Maharashtra unit Congress president Ashok Chavan slammed the CM and questioned his priorities. “Over 17,000 farmers have committed suicides in the State, explosives were found at the home of a right-wing activist of Sanatan Sanstha, loan waiver announced by the government is not yet over and CM never thought about addressing a press conference on these issues. He should decide whether he is the party leader or leading the state,” Mr. Chavan said.It was the UPA government, led by Congress, which initiated probe into the VVIP chopper case through CBI, he said. “The ruling BJP is using this case to intimidate the opposition. We have nothing to hide. Rather it was this BJP which removed the said company from the black list and even brought it in Make in India. Our government had initiated even the recovery of money from this company,” the Congress leader said.last_img read more

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