Balance needed between RCMP & CSIS

TORONTO, June 19 /CNW/ - SAHRA (South Asians for Human Rights Association), while participating at the round table held yesterday at the Minister's Regional office in Toronto by Canadian Minister of immigration Jason Kenney, endorsed the compensation (Ex gratia) payment recommendation by Justice John Major.

Discussing Justice John Major Commission's statement, (A cascading series of errors contributed to our police and security forces failing to stop the bombing); Roger Nair, chairman of SAHRA, stated at the round table. "While we need to look at where we went wrong in the communication between RCMP and the Canadian Intelligence agency, CSIS. It is very important, while legislating or regulating these agencies modus operandi, that a perfect balance is reached between the two. Where important information, such as the Kanishka bombing case, when innocent lives are at stake, takes precedence over the day-to-day protocol."

The 4000 page John Major report was released two days ago with various recommendations. A round table was held by Min. Jason Kenney to discuss the report the very next day and SAHRA invited to discuss the findings and recommendations of the report.

SOURCE SOUTH ASIANS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS ASSOCIATION (SAHRA)

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