The former CEO of Mauritius Telecom (MT), Sherry Singh, requests, through his lawyer, Me Rouben Mooroongapillay, that the two provisional charges brought against him be struck out. This request is motivated by a lack of reasonable suspicion in the context of the alleged theft of stones belonging to MT. On Monday July 24, 2024, the prosecution, represented by Me Damodarsingh Bissessur, Senior State Counsel, filed an objection. Debates on the motion will take place on August 28, 2024 before Magistrate Naazish Sakauloo.

In this case, the former CEO of MT, aged 48, faces two provisional charges: “giving instruction to commit a misdemeanor” and “aiding and abetting in the commission of a misdemeanor”. These offenses allegedly took place in 2018 and 2021. He is accused of having given instructions to the man named Vidarmen Payen and of having conspired with him to steal stones belonging to MT, worth Rs 300,000. These articles had been discovered in June 2023 on land in Banane, Cluny, under the management of Vidarmen Payen, to the detriment of MT.

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