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Mauritius: The former Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam soon heard by officers from the Criminal Brigade




The former Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam should be heard by the officers of the Crime Branch of the CCID (1) this Thursday, January 15, 2015 in the morning for the burglary of his camp at Roches Noires on the night of July 2 to 3 2011, as reported by the newspaper L'Express of Mauritius.      
 
His lawyer Mohamed Yousuf declared to the private station Radio Plus that the interrogation has been referred to a subsequent date as stated in the site defimedia.info.
 
As a reminder, Sunday Rakesh Gooljaury had voluntarily moved among police officers to claim he has done at the time a false testimony concerning the burglary.
 
The businessman Rakesh Gooljaury, had always maintained until then that he was present at the scene that night, before currently returning his first version, to call into question the former prime minister who would have according to him asked him to lie.
 
A vigil has also formally confirmed the presence of Navin Ramgoolam with a woman with long hair (2) at the camp of Roches-Noires. During the burglary, 20,000 rupees were swept away and a watch of Rolex brand was also reportedly stolen.
 
The former Prime Minister has denied his presence at the scene at the relevant time and that he went to his camp only after being informed of the theft.
 
The police investigation aimed in particular at establish whether there is a direct link between the death of July 30, 2011 in police cell of Anand Kumar Ramdhony (an inhabitant of Plaine-des-Papayes arrested for stealing a watch) and the theft perpetrated in the camp Navin Ramgoolam. The autopsy concluded a suicide.
 
(1) Central Criminal Investigation Department
(2) The woman with long hair could be Nandanee Soornack, a Labour activist, businesswoman and very close to Navin Ramgoolam



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