HEALTH Minister Rosy Akbar's Ministerial Car was photographed parked close to the pedestrian crossing in Ba last Thursday, in front of Chands restaurant. The ministerial car should be three metres away from the crossing line; many drivers in Ba have been slapped with fines for parking similarly in the same bay but she is breaking the parking law for she is above the LAW in Bainimarma-Khaiyum's FFP Fiji:
CONFLICT OF INTEREST but like Rosy Akbar the serial parking law breaker, this JUDGE Kamal Kumar does not care about perceived or real conflict of interest. He has stopped all meetings of Sangam Fiji that were scheduled to be held in Labasa at the weekend. Justice Kamal Kumar is
(a) the current President of the second Sangam organisation in Fiji, The Dhakshina Andra Sangam of Fiji - this Sangam is rival to TISI Sangam;
(b) Sangam Fiji had filed an application before Justice Kumar a few weeks ago, asking the Judge to recuse himself from hearing all Sangam related cases based on the above "conflict of interest";
(c) Justice Kumar heard the appeal and said a ruling will be made on notice;
(d) Last Friday's decision handed down by Justice Kumar was made pending the Judges' decision on his recusal application;
(e) Last year Justice Kumar ruled in favour of Praveen Bala in the case against TISI Sangam executives; and now:
Justice Kamal Kumar's Sangam is planning to build a primary school:
This has been revealed Dakshina India Andhra Sangam of Fiji National President, Justice Kamal Kumar at their Annual General Meeting during the Andhra Convention in Nadi today.
He says that at this stage Andhra Sangam is looking to buy property in Nadi and Suva, on which to build the school.
Justice Kumar adds that as Andhra Sangam has a school in Sigatoka, Lautoka, Ba, Tavua and Rakiraki and will now look to having a school in Nadi.
Justice Kumar has also commended the committee members for their hard work and continued commitment.
He says that through their commitment and hard work, there have been able to add a 3-classroom building at Lautoka Andhra Sangam College with the assistance from the Japanese Embassy.
The Japanese Embassy donated $176,000 to build the classrooms in Lautoka.
Justice Kumar adds that Andhra Sangam is now currently trying to build a 4-classroom building at Olosara Andhra College in Sigatoka.
He says that now, Andhra Sangam will continue to do what it is supposed to do, with their voluntary service and try to improve the facilities they have in their schools.
Dakshina India Andhra Sangam of Fiji currently has 2 Colleges and 5 primary schools across the Country. Source: Fijivillage News, 14 April 2017