Really, I am fed up reading and hearing the news aboit Bhai Harish.
Bhai Harish is on a hunger strike, Bhai Harish is in the hospital, Bhai Harish is back to the cell, Bhai Harish has refused to drink his medicines, Bhai Harish does not want to pay his bail out of jail, Bhai Harish has blabla blabla!
Quick brief about the situation in Mauritius:
Sale by Levy is The event of the moment.
Since a few years, many people have witnessed the seizure of their property due to the failure of the repay of debts to the bank. Very recently, the government has finally agreed to help a few of the persons who have a genuine reason behind the failure of repaying back their loans. Some of these conditions are :
- The beneficiary must not have any other property (land, house, etc) on their name.
- The govt will not help those who have invested in their business and thus have put themselves at risk.
- The govt will help the person in case the head of the family has died, or the person had a serious accident and can not work anymore, etc etc.
I find this decision of the government acceptable to help the persons in real need, and these conditions imposed are totally fair.
As the Minister of Finance said recently, if the government helped all of them, then it would have been unfair towards those who are working day and night to earn their living.
And Bhai Harish?
The main actor in this real life story is Bhai Harish. He has always supported the victims.
Very recently, Bhai Harish and the victims have started a hunger strike.Â After being pushed away from “Jardin de la Compagnie” by the Police, they continued their strike at some other place.Â However, they were later arrested for illegal public gathering in Port Louis, when they started to protest in front of the court.
While some of the protestants paid their bail, our famous Bhai Harish refused to do so, and continued his strike in the jail lol. Today or yesterday, he was sent to the hospital since he was having health issues. Now, on every media, he is on the headlines and I even heard an interview of his wife, who was revealing that he was a heart patient, he is not taking his medicines, blabla blabla. My opinion? I agree that
- these persons are in financial difficulty.
- some of them need help (genuine cases defined by the Government)
Living in a democracy, the victims totally have their right to express themselves but however, there is a limit to everything.
By going on a hunger strike, they are definitely trying to make the government crack and give them what they want and in the way they want. One of the means to achieve their aim is by taking advantage of the Amnesty which will fight for the right of humans.
A small joke about Bhai Harish
Bhai Harish, Paul and Aneerood are in a resto in Paris.
Aneerood (avec so francais potisse) ; “Donnez mwa 1 tasse de café”,
Paul (avec so excellent francais) : “Je désire prendre un thé aux gingembre, s’il vous plait, Merci”.
The waiter notes down the order and now, its the turn of Bhai Harish.
Bhai Harish (comme touzours, li envie donne li l’importance) : “Moi je veux prendre un dithé avec limon”
The waiter did not understand anything, and says “Vous voulez un thé quoi (Tékoi)?”
Bhai Harish : “Ou ena Tekoi? donne mwa 2!”
I would like to know what you think about this sale by levy and the story behind it in Mauritius. Also, what is the aim of Bhai Harish? Politics?
btw, dont consider this post as a contribution to the increase of Bhai Harish’s popularity and importance on the media lol.