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Mrs Padarath apologies on behalf of Fijians

Mrs Padarath, deposed Minister for Women & Social Welfare addressed the Public Meeting in Auckland along with other delegation. Mrs Padarth very emotionally apologies on behalf of Fijian people. She felt sorry for Indo Fijian Community who suffered because of the coup.

She accepts, 'We were too busy to work on what we promised to people and didn't do much public relation.' She couldn't stop herself and cried while addressing the Public Meeting in Auckland about 2000 people were there to hear the delegation.

She said,'We are the elected government and Mr Chaudhry is still elected PM of Fiji. Present government is illegal.'


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