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Sunday, February 24, 2013

Re: [] Padma Bridge scam: Latest detail in Canadian paper

Canada is where Suddhanda comes and goes from also this is the country that refused to extradite Sheikh Mujibs Murderer Noor Mohammad on the grounds that Bangladesh has death is a long story I did work for Canadian French Company in USA, found out they are now a days i very cosy business relations with Salauddin Kader Allies..well thus it means very little what Canadian Paper write..well then again my Canadian employer is also in  Cosy business relation with Ted Frostmann and Ron Paulson..not only that they in round about way are also in comfy business with Warren Buffett..who sold his supposedly Logistics, one of the thing they trade in is smuggling illegals thru mexico or so..from China in Learjets..

Only thing one will have to know from what I under stand AL leaders stop the project because of Mismanagement..well I think this issue is back in news because I think Bangladesh signed deal with Japan I think to built under ground rail recently..well my employer makes those..well they may feel being left out..well...that is the way it goes when you are with the others..any how..I still have an active lawsuit against my that employer and their co horts..and also my child hood case..and in round about juts might be issue of whose money its being spent..well he or she or his organization may have vested interest then French canadians

From: Isha Khan <>
Sent: Saturday, February 23, 2013 4:17 AM
Subject: [] Padma Bridge scam: Latest detail in Canadian paper

Padma Bridge scam: Latest detail in Canadian paper

A Canadian paper has given a graphic detail on the Padma Bridge Project corruption conspiracy in a report published yesterday under headline, 'SNC-Lavalin in Bangladesh: World Bank sees 'conspiracy.' Before Syed Abdul Hossain would consider approving SNC-Lavalin as the official overseer, he demanded to meet a "sada," or white-skinned, executive. So a senior vice-president Kevin Wallace, flew to Dhaka with another SNC official, Ramesh Shah, where they sat down with the minister. After the meeting, World Bank investigators allege, two things happened: With the help of a code, Mr. Shah jotted down how much would go to the minister and to a senior bureaucrat as a bribe.


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