Tag Archives: Davinder Singh

ROY NGERNG TO CHALLENGE PRIME MINISTER LEE HSIEN LOONG IN COURT

Any attempt to curtail this would be frowned upon by Article 14 of the Constitution of the Republic of Singapore, especially since these other posts do not refer directly to your client. In this regard, we refer you to Article 23 of the ASEAN Human Rights Charter that reads: - "Every person has the right to freedom of opinion and expression, including freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information, whether orally, in writing or through any other medium of that person's choice"

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THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE SUIT BETWEEN LEE HSIEN LOONG AND ROY NGERNG

Mr Ngerng apologises, asks for damages to be dropped;He agrees to PM Lee's demand to remove four blog posts, including those published on May 20 and May 24, and a YouTube video by 5pm or face aggravated damages; Deadline for written offer of damages and costs pushed to May 28, 5pm; Mr Ngerng sends two e-mails - to recipients that include local and international media - republishing offending posts and makes the YouTube video private instead of removing it

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LEE HSIEN LOONG’S LAWYER LOST HIS COURT CASE

Mr James Koh Wee Meng, 51, the man behind the Fragrance chain of budget hotels, appointed Senior Counsel Davinder Singh to file a suit against Rolls-Royce agent Trans Eurokars in late 2011. He claimed that his Phantom - Rolls-Royce's flagship model - made a loud noise and vibrated whenever he turned the steering wheel sharply, for instance, when making a three-point turn.

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PM Lee’s lawyer Davinder Singh: Roy Ngerng’s offer of $5,000 in damages ‘derisory’

Lawyers for Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong have today (May 27) responded to blogger Roy Ngerng's offer of S$5,000 in damages, calling it "derisory" and completely disregarding the gravity of Mr Ngerng's "calculated and systematic aggravation". Mr Ngerng had offered the damages for the earlier post on his blog "the Heart Truths" (dated May 15), which accused Mr Lee of misappropriating money paid by Singaporeans to the Central Provident Fund (CPF) Board.

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BLOGGER ROY NGERNG OFFERS $5000 IN DAMAGES TO LEE HSIEN LOONG

This morning, Roy Ngerng, through his lawyer M Ravi, sent a letter to lawyer Davinder Singh offering a modest compensation sum of $5000 to Lee Hsien Loong for defaming PM Lee as having criminally misappropriated Singaporean's CPF money. Given Roy Ngerng's modest living and means as a health care worker, a $5,000 compensation amount is fair and just. Both parties will have to also pay for their respective legal fees.

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FORMER JOURNALIST: ROY NGERNG IS A LIAR

CPF interest rates are guaranteed and risk-free. The interest is paid whether or not the Government’s investments backing its liabilities to CPF, including investments managed by GIC, do well or not. So if GIC’s investments actually lose money, as they did during the Global Financial Crisis of 2008-09, CPF members will still get the 2.5% interest on our funds in the Ordinary Account.

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