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Chetty Grateful To Police Commissioner

  Sergeant Munsami Chetty was grateful to the Commissioner of Police, Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho for giving him the approval to pursue his studies. The Lautoka Police prosecutor was among lawyers
19 May 2018 10:00
Chetty Grateful To Police Commissioner
New lawyer Munsami Chetty with Sister-in-Law, Bharati Reddy (left) and wife Doreen Chetty after his Admission to the Bar by Chief Justice Anthony Gates at the High Court in Suva on May 18, 2018. Photo: Ronald Kumar

 

Sergeant Munsami Chetty was grateful to the Commissioner of Police, Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho for giving him the approval to pursue his studies.

The Lautoka Police prosecutor was among lawyers who were admitted to the bar yesterday.

“It was the Commissioner who gave the approval for my part time studies,” he said.

“Without his approval, I wouldn’t have been here with this beautiful black suit and gown.

Mr Chetty joined the Fiji Police Force in 1996 and he became a prosecutor in 2005.

He said his prosecution work and encouragement from his seniors motivated him to become a lawyer.

“Nothing is impossible, even if you are working and studying at the same time,” he said.

“However, the four years of studies was not easy, it took a long time.

“The assignments and exams were lengthy, but I made it and today I am a lawyer.”

Mr Chetty said with all his qualifications, it would help him in his work as a prosecuting officer.

He acknowledged the love from his wife and backing from his seniors as crucial to his accomplishment. Edited by Percy Kean

Feedback: selita.bolanavanua@fijisun.com.fj



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