chiefs for interim govt
Property of Indians looted
SUVA, May 25 — Fiji’s influential great council of chiefs will
seek an interim government and favours a pardon for George Speight,
the man holding the country’s Prime Minister hostage, website
www.Fijilive.com said early today.
SUVA: Rebel leader George Speight, left, United Nations representative Sergio De Mello, and the Secretary-General of the Commonwealth Don McKinnon, right, depart from a meeting at Fiji Parliament, on Wednesday.
— AP/PTI photo
CHANDIGARH, May 24 — In
a reply before the Punjab and Haryana High Court here, Punjab
Inspector General of Police Mr K.K. Attri, today stated that the
enquiry being carried out in Harpreet Kaur’s case had confirmed her
engagement with petitioner Mr Kamaljit Singh.
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