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Demonstration in Port Louis to demand resignation of ex-Minister Sawmynaden

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Demonstration in Port Louis to demand resignation of ex-Minister Sawmynaden
Social activist Bruneau Laurette. File photo. MV Wakashio protest in Port Louis in 2020.

Activist Bruneau Laurette has obtained police approval to hold a demonstration in Port Louis on October 29. It will be held between 2pm and 6 pm at Place d’Armes. 

“We will demand the resignation of Yogida Sawmynaden, following the report of magistrate Mungroo-Jugurnath in connection with the allocation of contracts – this is said to be one of the motives behind the murder of Soopramanien Kistnen,” he said. 

“There will also be a giant screen on which the ‘Kistnen Papers’ will be projected.

The third part of the event includes the unveiling of the transcript of the communication between the MV Wakashio personnel and the National Coast Guard,” he said.

Meanwhile, the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Satyajit Boolell has asked the media and politicians to wait for eventual developments in the Soopramanien Kistnen murder case. 

“Our priority is to let the inquiry breathe a bit and let us wait for eventual developments. We have to respect the confidentiality of the investigation for the time being. We’ll see afterwards. All that I can say at this point is that I will share all key developments with the widow of Mr Kistnen.”

Mr Boolell was speaking to the press after a conference on “virtual assets”, organized on the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (in collaboration with the Integrity Reporting Services Agency and the Business Registration Department).

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