ALL CHIEFS AND NO INDIANS: The Fijian student thrashed on an Indian campus uttered that typical Indo-Fijian mantra: “I told them we are all equal and cannot call each other ‘Sir’. They thrashed me at that time...”
“I told them we are all equal as students and cannot call each other ‘Sir’. They thrashed me at that time. Yesterday, a student took me mischievously to Maitri restaurant on the university campus where the same seniors were waiting for me. One of them threw hot tea on my face and the others thrashed me again.” student Munish Krisneel Sami, hailing from Sitiveni Rabuka's 'Tenant Community' in Lautoka
Fijileaks: We have no doubt that it was merely a "ragging" incident but those Indian students could also have been influenced by their caste hierarchy mentality, akin to the chiefly system, which the coolies have banished from their midst in Fiji! Munish Krisneel Sami, a first-year student from Lautoka, was bashed up at the Banaras Hindu University in India, where the staff and students were recently objecting to the appointment of Dr O P Upadhyay as Medical Superintendent of the Sir Sunderlal Hospital on the university campus. The Indian national Upadhyay, while teaching at the Fiji National University, had been convicted of sexual harassment by the Nasinu Magistrates Court. Upadhyay, however, claimed that "the decision of a [Fiji] court abroad does not hold good in our country [India]"
The Enigmatic Identity: In Fiji, the Rabuka-Nawaikula test makes student Sami a "TENANT", and in India he was described as a "FOREIGN" student and not as INDIAN, exposing the nonsense that Indo-Fijians must be branded as INDIANS and Fijian must be reserved for native Fijians
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Submission to the Constitutional Review Commission after the racist Rabuka military coup of 1987 :
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