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The voice could not be identified. So, the case is closed.

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Opposition MPs had pinpointed the Minister of Gender Equality, Mrs Kalpana Koonjoo-Shah.

On May 4, someone was heard swearing in Parliament during debates on the Mental Health (Amendment) Bill.

The “derogatory words” – as they were later labelled – were said to be clearly audible during the broadcast on national TV. 

Opposition MPs denounced the incident – pinpointing the Minister of Gender Equality and Family Welfare, Mrs Kalpana Koonjoo-Shah. 

The Speaker of the National Assembly, Sooroojdev Phokeer, confirmed that “according to video footage, derogatory words had in fact been uttered.” However, he claimed it was not possible to identify whose voice it was.

The Speaker announced this Friday that the investigation entrusted to the Cybercrime Unity, had been fruitless.

“The voice could not be identified. So, the case is closed.” 

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