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Supporters Raise Concerns

FARISHA AHMED suva Sambhu Prasad, 62, or Koronivia Road, Nausori raised the concern of racial discrimination and called for more equality in the country. Mr Prasad highlighted the issue at
19 Jul 2014 10:00

FARISHA AHMED
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Sambhu Prasad, 62, or Koronivia Road, Nausori raised the concern of racial discrimination and called for more equality in the country.
Mr Prasad highlighted the issue at the Fiji Labour Party campaign last night at Koronivia where supporters of the party gathered to listen to the party president and raise concerns.
Mr Prasad said the party was a people’s party and they considered it to be a party that served the best interest of all individual and races.
“Currently there are a lot of discrimination going around in many places especially the work force where majority are iTaukei and less number of Indian people,” he said.
“For example, the Fiji Police Force has many iTaukei male and female officers with only a small percentage are of Indian origin.”
Another supporter Sanil Narayan said the FLP and the party leader was all about truth and he sincerely supported it.
Party president Lavinia Padarath said there were so many things interrelated with poverty.
“FLP talks about change and we need to change the future, we can’t go on living like this starting from reduction of poverty and look at some hidden cost that people are suffering from.”
farisha.ahmed@fijisun.com.fj




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