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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Fiji University head spared hefty law suit

Thanks to the Employment Relations Promulgation 2007 Dr Ganesh Chand & Fiji National University have escaped a $1million law suit.
The suit was brought by a former lecturer for unjustified dismissal and damages. See link for details.

Lal versus Chand
http://www.paclii.org/fj/cases/FJHC/2012/859.html

22 comments:

  1. Ganesh 'chamar's Chand's bags should be packed and he should be sent back to his chamar 'tola' in Labasa.

    He is an oppressive bully, a coup-supporting bastard with an inflated sense of self, even though he and his Labour Party cronies like that that thief Mahen Chaudhry destroyed the country in their one year in power through their arrogance, ineptness and gross insensitivity.

    What is galling is that this arsehole chamar is still walking around acting like he is God's gift to Fiji. Only in Fiji can failures like this crawl, masipolo and suck up their way back into high position. Shameless man who gets by through nepotism and sucking up to the regime.

    Pack his bags and send him back to Labasa - to the cane farm where he really belongs and where his true calling is!!

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  2. A former FLP man, he should be ashamed of himself. I wonder if Ganesh had a hand in drafting the new Employment Act, to protect his backside from the law suit that had been filed against him and his Fiji university. This man and illegal Khaiyum had written Epeli Ganilau's National Party manifesto. The Sri Lankan judge should be sent home hen democracy returns and the decree torn to re-sue masipolo Chand:
    I agree with the submissions of Mr Patel, learned counsel for the 1st and the 2nd defendants, that this court had ceased to have jurisdiction over the employment-related matters with the enactment of the Employment Relations Promulgation 2007. In the circumstances, I hold that the writ of summons and the statement of claim against 2nd defendant are misconceived and constitute an abuse of process of court. I accordingly permanently stay the proceedings against the 2nd defendant. As regards the 1st defendant, the statement of claim does not disclose a reasonable cause of action and it is scandalous, frivolous and vexatious and also constitutes, in the circumstances, an abuse of process of court. Accordingly, in the exercise of power under O 18 r 18 of the High Court Rules, I strike-out the statement of claim against the 1st defendant and dismiss the action.

    I agree with the submissions of Mr Patel, learned counsel for the 1st and the 2nd defendants, that this court had ceased to have jurisdiction over the employment-related matters with the enactment of the Employment Relations Promulgation 2007. In the circumstances, I hold that the writ of summons and the statement of claim against 2nd defendant are misconceived and constitute an abuse of process of court. I accordingly permanently stay the proceedings against the 2nd defendant. As regards the 1st defendant, the statement of claim does not disclose a reasonable cause of action and it is scandalous, frivolous and vexatious and also constitutes, in the circumstances, an abuse of process of court. Accordingly, in the exercise of power under O 18 r 18 of the High Court Rules, I strike-out the statement of claim against the 1st defendant and dismiss the action.

    I agree with the submissions of Mr Patel, learned counsel for the 1st and the 2nd defendants, that this court had ceased to have jurisdiction over the employment-related matters with the enactment of the Employment Relations Promulgation 2007. In the circumstances, I hold that the writ of summons and the statement of claim against 2nd defendant are misconceived and constitute an abuse of process of court. I accordingly permanently stay the proceedings against the 2nd defendant. As regards the 1st defendant, the statement of claim does not disclose a reasonable cause of action and it is scandalous, frivolous and vexatious and also constitutes, in the circumstances, an abuse of process of court. Accordingly, in the exercise of power under O 18 r 18 of the High Court Rules, I strike-out the statement of claim against the 1st defendant and dismiss the action.

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  3. heard through the grapevine that Ganesh Chand is trying to cut down on Fijian intakes at the various schools e.g

    Nursing School - Total Intake = 175, Fijian students = 19
    2. Lautoka Teachers College - Total Intake 120, Fijian students = 4

    Take heed kaivitis, this Ganesh Chand is trying to clean our race from Viti lomani!!

    We have to be on the alert from these policy creators at the expense of our young children.

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  4. We say to the Sri Lankan judge that the judgment is scandalous and not the charges against masipolo Ganesh! I wonder if Ganesh had a hand in drafting the new save my arse Employment Regualtion decree knowing Rajesh had a lawsuit against him and his Fiji University. After all, the masipolo and illegal A-G had drawn up Epeli Ganilau's party's election manifesto in 2006

    The Sri Lankan judge: I agree with the submissions of Mr Patel, learned counsel for the 1st and the 2nd defendants, that this court had ceased to have jurisdiction over the employment-related matters with the enactment of the Employment Relations Promulgation 2007. In the circumstances, I hold that the writ of summons and the statement of claim against 2nd defendant are misconceived and constitute an abuse of process of court. I accordingly permanently stay the proceedings against the 2nd defendant. As regards the 1st defendant, the statement of claim does not disclose a reasonable cause of action and it is scandalous, frivolous and vexatious and also constitutes, in the circumstances, an abuse of process of court. Accordingly, in the exercise of power under O 18 r 18 of the High Court Rules, I strike-out the statement of claim against the 1st defendant and dismiss the action.

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  5. Ghana Kato says..

    many of us who went to USP and graduate know too well how racist this Idi Amin falla is like.

    He is a grandfather of a racist ...just in case Frank Bainimarama does not know that. Trus he is a tonne bully falla too.

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  6. sa koya qo na viti vou oni cauraka tiko mai na sotia lamusonamai delainabua.

    nanuma tiko na saumi taucoko na veivakalolomataki sa tu kina qo o viti. vakabibi na kawa i taukei.

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  7. The ERP is a joke and the so called processes for mediation and arbitration lead to only one end:
    GAME OVER! courtest of team Frankie boy.

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  8. @Anonymous 9:30
    Those figures are shocking.
    All indigenous Fijians should be shocked if this is what this man is doing to them.
    That is what Devendra Pathik was doing at The Fiji School of Medicine before Rabuka did the coup in 1987.
    Bainimarama's is an idiot and all his soldiers are idiots too.
    How come they can't see this?
    Apparently this is also happening at FEA, where they are sacking a lot of Fijians. Someone should get the ratio in that company. May be all the Fijians are only employed to dig trenches and drive the trucks.
    All you Fijians must get up and kick Bainimartama out. Kick all his soldiers out and kick this a***hole Ganesh Chand too.

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  9. He was one of my lecturers at USP and to tell you the truth, he's one useless lecturer. Dr. Narsey was way better than him. I'm not surprised by his support for Vuaka.
    February 17, 2012 3:34 PM

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  10. Ghana kato says....

    Australia and the United Nations is recognising indigenous citizens and putting all efforts in breaching the gap.

    Julia Gillard Aust govt (elected) has pledge for a narrowing of gap :economically/socially/politically and via employment creation for indigenous Australians (aborigines people)> Developed countries are increasing retirement age or removing compulsory retirement age altogether because its discriminatory but Fiji under this regime is going the other direction. except for regime friends and Bainimaram's family 9example Meli B still PS at 70 years old).

    Frank you're not smart enough to read the undercurrents and cunning strategies that these Indian masters are doing do the native kai Viti's.........yadra mada Ulu lala, ulu kau. sa levu mai na ketemu na kana loto. sa guilecavi ira na kai nomu.

    dua na siga era tou na kunea na rarawa nomu matavuvale ni o sa na takali. dou yavu kana loto kece.

    Ganesh, watch your back and u might have a heart attack soon.

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  11. Notice how Teleni and Ganesh both look like teletubbies? Bai is almost there, except his stomach is round, not his face hehehehehe.

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  12. Good judgement....concise and to the point.

    The plaintiffs lawyer should be deregistered for wasting his clients time and money by taking this to the high court.

    If they did not like the tribunals decision then maybe go to HC...not before a!@#$%^e lawyer.

    If somebody doesnt like the boss..resign, leave. nobody forcing anybody to work. you dont own your job unless you are self employed.

    if the boss cant manage people then he will shortly find that he doesnt have a job when the owner gets pissed off.

    ...all self righting/balancing system except when unions and lawyers get in the way
    February 17, 2012 6:35 PM

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  13. @ Anon 9:30.

    This is an old ploy - majority of Indian parents enrole their children in this course because a nursing certificate is viewed as a ticket out of Viti.

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  14. FNU qualifications are not recognized in NZ, and no wonder Ganesh hires lots of Indians as lecturers there. An Internet degree is worth just as much.

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  15. Bainimarama sonalevu. Lako lai vosa vei nomu i cai o Ganesh. Tukuna vua me vakadodonutaka nai wiliwili ni gone ni viti e vakacurumi tiko.
    120 students and only 4 indigenous fijians is racist policy.
    Kemuni na sotia ni sotia lamulamu.
    Ni vakararawa tiko ira tiko na i taukei. Qai ramram tiko vei ira na kaidia. Ni veicai.
    Ni sega ni raica rawa tiko na ka e kitaka tiko o nomuni boso.
    Ni yavu sotia ulukau.

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  16. Is white back (Dakuvula) still around? I thought he's in the Samabula nursing home by now. Like Rambo and Kubuabola, born 1987 still going strong in the masi polo business.

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  17. Maybe not enuf itaukei qualified to go to University?

    Taukei, do you always talk from your rear ??
    You cause too much stench !!

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  18. WOW,NASTY,NASTY,NASTY! CAN WE PLEASE BE TOLERANT WITH EACH OTHER?
    COULD WE PLEASE LOVE EACH OTHERS?
    CAN WE PLEASE HAVE GOODWILL WITH EACH OTHERS?
    CAN WE PLEASE LIVE IN HARMONY WITH EACH OTHER?

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  19. Anon@2.45am Calm down and please stop YELLING. Some people are just railing and ranting such is their hate of Bai this government

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  20. ganesh chand appointed jone dakuvula labour sapota and regime masipolo as fnu registrar. dakuvula has zero university admin experience,,,what a joke.

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  21. the judgment is wrong. the hc has inherent jurisdction to hear any matters. judiciary is biased. there was no need for indemnity costs on the plaintiff.

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