Dr Roodal Moonilal

Dr. Roodal Moonilal condemns "arbitrary" dismissal of CEPEP workers

Former Housing Minister Dr. Roodal Moonilal is condemning what he termed the "arbitrary" dismissal of CEPEP contractors and almost 12,000 workers.

Dr Moonilal issued the following statement on the topic.

"I strongly condemn the planned move to arbitrarily dismiss contractors and almost 12,000 workers of The Cepep Company Limited.

The publicly-advertised plan would displace several contractors who have invested in equipment and are the employers of thousands of dedicated working class citizens. 

Former Housing Minister questions inaction within 'Land for the Landless' programme

Former Housing Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal is questioning why there has been no action within the Land for the Landless programme since the current Government took office.

Dr Moonilal issued says in a media statement, that the nation deserves an update in this program and what success if any.

The following is the statement from Dr Roodal Moonilal.

"The incompetence of this Keith Rowley administration is now being highlighted by the complete collapse of housing delivery to the citizens of our country. 

'Discarded ballots' in favour of Dr Moonilal found at Parvati Girls Hindu College

Two sets of ballot papers allegedly discarded in black plastic bags have been discovered at the Parvati Girls Hindu College in Penal.

The ballots appeared to largely be those showing votes in favour of UNC leadership contender Dr Roodal Moonilal and members of his slate.

The bags were discovered in a drain at the side of the school this morning by a student.

"I am not surprised, we have pics of ballot boxes leaving polling stations during the voting day last Saturday," Dr Moonilal told CNC3.

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