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Sherry Singh, ex-CEO of MT: The survey was illegal

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Sherry Singh, ex-CEO of MT: The survey was illegal

In an interview that was watched online by over 90,000 people, the former CEO of Mauritius Telecom Sherry Singh revealed to l’Express’ reporter Axcel Chenney the chronology of events allegedly implicating the Prime Minister for “high treason”.

Le Mauricien described the interview as being more technical than spectacular: Sherry Singh gave a slightly different version from that of PM Pravind Jugnauth on an “illegal survey” carried out by an Indian team and a mysterious man with a moustache, at the Landing Station in Baie-Jacotet, last April.

Singh alleged that there was a “physical intervention” that lasted 6 hours on the SAFE cable.

The cable is owned by a consortium of international operators and not by Mauritius Telecom. “This was done without the consent of the consortium” – which he claimed was compulsory.

“There were no formal requests, but only verbal instructions by the PM. I couldn’t refuse an instruction from a Prime Minister and Minister of Defense.”

While he admitted to have given in under pressure, Singh said he could only ensure that no particular device be installed at the site. “But they did connect to the system,” he claimed.

Singh said he expects Jugnauth to use repressive methods to intimidate him. “But I had to stop this. The Prime Minister has lied in Parliament and to the people. He has to resign. I ask other people in government, who were not aware of this, to face the reality and act in a manner that they are not accomplices of high treason as well. It’s time to give power back to the people.”

Singh is confident to win the legal battle.

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