Letters

‘They cannot shoot his dreams’

Dear Editor, There are no words that I can find or use to adequately describe my grief and repugnance over the ruthless and malevolent manner in which the right to live, to be free, to enjoy the constitutional freedoms and rights every citizen of this country is entitled to, were summarily and permanently removed from Courtney Crum-Ewing.

SN is harassing Glen Lall

Dear Editor, The public has noted Stabroek News’ continued obsession with the withdrawal details of Glen Lall’s tax evasion charges. It’s almost as if they have a personal vendetta or agenda.

Let us keep our focus

Dear Editor, I write this letter out of great respect, regard and honour for my fellow Guyanese. March 10, 2015 was a very sad day for many of us; sad because Guyana has lost a good citizen – Courtney Crum-Ewing.

Patra is the authentic guide for dates of festivals

Dear Editor, I refer to Amar Persaud’s letter captioned ‘Conflict of dates,’ published in Stabroek News on March 11. . It is true that dates for important Hindu Festivals, viz, Phagwah, Hanuman Jayanti, Krishna Janam Ashtami and Diwali, differ between the Calendar of Dharmic Sabha and those of other Hindu organizations.

Commissioner of Police made incisive presentation

Dear Editor, I was an attendee at the March 9 opening of the Police Officers’ Conference 2015. The proceedings compelled me to make the following observations: Without intending any slight to presentations by other Commissioners of Police on similar occasions, I found the presentation of Commissioner Persaud to be structured, focused, incisive and informative.

We have a choice to make

Dear Editor, Free speech is enshrined in our constitution; Guyanese are allowed under our constitution to express themselves. In Guyana today it seems to be a crime to want express yourself and to share your views on the political situation facing our country.

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