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Ba Lawyer Thanks PM And A-G

Parliamentarian, Ashneel Sudhakar says people are more concerned about the food on the table than the race they belong to. He thanked the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and the Attorney-General, 
17 Oct 2014 09:18
Ba Lawyer Thanks PM And A-G
Ashneel Sudhakar in Parliament

Parliamentarian, Ashneel Sudhakar says people are more concerned about the food on the table than the race they belong to.

He thanked the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and the Attorney-General,  Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum for givng him the opportunity to represent his people in the Parliament.

He also thanked Voreqe Bainimarama for giving Fiji the 2013 Constitution, which among other things provided for a secular state.

“Peope are now free to practice and preach their respective religions without discrimination and fear,” he said.

He said the law and order situation had greatly improved, as people were not afraid to walk on the streets at night becauise they knew someomne was watching over them.

There was a time he said when it was unthinkable that Indo-Fijians would be sittng in the parliament with their iTaukei brothers and sisters on an even playing field but had been made possible by the dedication and vision of one man, the Prime Minister.

“When the history of Fiji will be written again, Prime Minister Bainimarama’s name will not only be mentioned among politicans only but he will be honoured among Statesmen.”

He said when he was asked why he chose to contest for the FijiFirst party and not another party his answer was simple – “The men who faced the bullet for us Fijians in November 2000 will always stand strong for us no matter what.”

As a parliamentarian, he said people who voted for them did not worry about what race they belonged to, what religion they believed or what church they went to.

“They are more concerned  about how they will put food on their tables, send their children to school, have a roof over their heads, have electricity and water supply, better hospitals, better roads and infrastructure, security, jobs and so on.”

He said they wanted parlimentarians to lead them on the correct path so that their future was secured.

There were places in the contry like Volivoli in Rakiraki, Dremasi in Tavua Qerelevu, Koronubu and Nakavika in Ba where proper water supply had lacked for years.

These he said were some of the real problems they needed to solve.

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