1645 Hrs GMT Monday 6 February 2006
KHOODEELAAR the Brick Lane London E1 Area campaign against the Crossrail hole Bill gives tower hamlets council final reminder to implement community demand against Crossrail hole collusion
Tower Hamlets Council has one last opportunity to prove to the community that the Council has enough respect for the community on the community’s opposition to the Crossrail hole attacks plans Bill.
This last opportunity is to hold a full Council meeting and pass the No to Crossrail hole resolution which should have been passed by yesterday as had been demanded by the KHOODEELAAR campaign against Crossrail hole Bill public meting held in the Hanbury street on 22 January 2006.
KHOODEELAAR today monitored the activities within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets Council and found that chief Executive Christine Gilbert was undergoing prolonged discussions with her immediate management colleagues over whether to facilitate the holding of a Tower Hamlets Council meeting to say to the Crossrail hole Bill.
According to Tower Hamlets Council officials who carry out Council committee business, a decision was expected by tomorrow [Tuesday 7 Feb 2006] at the latest.
KHOODEELAAR understands that Christine Gilbert has been made aware of the latest KHOODEELAAR legal demand to the Council today on behalf of the campaign against the Crossrail hole.
As required by Council procedure, five Tower Hamkest Councillors have formally asked the present mayor to make arrangements for the meeting and to implement the community’s demand.
In a statement for the attention of Tower Hamlets Chief Executive Christine Gilbert, made at 1604 Hrs GMT today to one of the Tower Hamlets Council’s committee officials, khoodeelaar campaign organiser Muhammad Haque said that the community was being mobilised for a campaign update at the weekend on what the Council did to the campaign demand of 22 January 2006.
The mobilisation is expected to focus attention on how many manoeuvres the ruling f group on Tower Hamkest Council engaged in to avoid honouring the community’s demand against the Crossrail hole collusion.
GILBERT LETTER TO KHOODEELAAR ORGANISER contains untenable Council failure to recognise community’s opposition to Crossrail hole attack role:
In a strangely delivered letter ‘dictated by Christine Gilbert and signed in her absence’, dated 30 January and received by THE KHOODEELAAR organiser on 4 February 2006, the Tower Hamlets council chief executive hasin effect repeated her refusal of October 2004 to answer questions about the Council’s role in promoting the Crossrail attack plan on the Borough.
KHOODEELAAR will publish in the next 24 hours the full text of that letter along with the accompanying KHOODEELAAR demands put to Christine Gilbert in the past 2 years.
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