Sat: 'Harry paid someone to get rid of me'
Posted: Friday, June 15, 2012
ONE BULLET, GOOD AS SIX
Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha secretary general Sat Maharaj declared Hindu Credit Union (HCU) president Harry Harnarine ordered a hit on him, in 2008, during yesterday's heated session of the Colman Inquiry which saw Maharaj scold Har-
Sat: 'Harry paid someone to get rid of me'
Shortly after Harry Harnarine's security detail was ordered to leave the studio of Radio Jaagriti, Sat Maharaj, secretary general of the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha, said he began receiving "threatening phone calls."
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