Second Vice President Reepu Daman Persaud of Guyana

Reepu Daman Persaud is the former Agricultural minister of Guyana.
Reepu Daman Persaud was unconstitutionally removed as General Secretary of the Guyana Sanataan Dharm Maha Sabha, he joined with a bunch of Hindu Stalwarts to form the Guyana Hindu Dharmic Sabha, which now has over 120 affiliated Mandirs (Temples) in 8 Regional Bodies (Praants) in Guyana.
In fact, the Dharmic Sabha is an arm of the Marxist People's Progressive Party (PPP), of which Reepu Daman Persaud is a minister.
In 1958, Persaud was elected to the general council (now central committee) of the party, and becamea voice in community for the Grove area, leading campaigner for the sugar estate to release land for housing and lots to be sold for one dollar, as well as making representation for electricity and water.
Persaud said that during his long parliamentary career, he sat among some of the most distinguished and eloquent debaters such as Dr.
After the meeting which was attended by a wide cross-section of the community, Persaud said supporters from both his party and the opposition declared: Buddy (his nickname), we wish you well.
Refuting criticisms made by Opposition Leader Robert Corbin on the recent flooding, Minister Persaud said every cent expended on the flood is being audited by the Office of the Auditor General.
I am sure that in time, we in this country can move forward together, with a oneness of approach and mind, to tackle the problems of this country, Minister Persaud said as he committed the 2005 budget to the House and asked for it to be supported by both sides.
For those who do not know Vishok Persaud is the son of Pandit Reepu Daman Persaud.
Minister Persaud said the Bills are intended to increase transparency, thereby deepening the democratic process, providing Guyanese with an opportunity to have issues of concern addressed at various levels, and ensuring justice is done at all levels of the society.
Persaud said the terms of reference of the tribunals are written in simple language, adding that there legal provisions to appeal the decisions of the Commissions catered for under the Bills in the courts.
of nearly a half-million Hindus - 45% of the population.