Rabat – Three Sahrawi merchants have spoken about alleged injustices in the Tindouf camps in Algeria and called on the United Nations to intervene.The Sahrawis have been carrying out a sit-in since Wednesday, October 17, in front of MINURSO headquarters in Mijek, a town near the Mauritanian border 670 kilometers southwest of Tindouf.The Sahrawis, named Moulay Laafou Aabid El Aarbi, Hamoudi Shari El Saleh, and Khateri Said Hamdi, shared videos on social media, where they spoke on the behalf of Sahrawis in the Tindouf camps. One of the Sahrawis called on the UN to pressure the Polisario Front to lift “heavy restrictions” imposed on merchants. He also asserted that Algeria supports the front.Crackdown on tradeLast week, Moroccan newspaper Al Massae reported that dozens of Sahrawis have fled the Tindouf camps to northern Mauritania.The newspaper linked the exodus of Sahrawis to heavy taxes imposed by Algeria on small businesses in the camps.Algeria takes heavy fees from all trucks and light vehicles entering or leaving Tindouf. The newspaper explained that all trucks with goods leaving Tindouf for Mauritania cannot re-enter Algeria within one month. The measure aims to slow trade between small Sahrawi traders who operate between the Tindouf camps and northern Mauritania, Al Massae added.Several NGOs and human rights activists have denounced the embezzlement of humanitarian aid from the camps.Pro-Polisario news outlets, including Futuro Sahara, reported that Sahrawis were surprised to find popular aid products on display in Algerian grocery shops.‘Sahrawis just want dignity’Former Polisario member Mustapha Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud condemned Polisario’s actions in the Tindouf camps in several Facebook posts.In one of his posts, Salama said that Sahrawis are not interested in “independence” or “integrity” anymore. For him, Sahrawis now are more interested to live in “dignity and to have a future” for their children in a place “where they will not live [through] what their parents experienced.”Salama, a former police chief in the Tindouf camps, has condemned Polisario’s actions in the Tindouf camps over the years.The Mijek sit-in is the first of its kind held in front of the MINURSO headquarters. The protest comes at a sensitive time as the Security Council will meet on October 29 to adopt a new resolution on Western Sahara and to decide on the mandate of MINURSO in the region.Algeria has been reluctant to admit responsibility in the conflict, claiming that the conflict should be solved between Morocco and Polisario.Algeria also has not allowed UNHCR to conduct a census of the population in the Tindouf camps.)
SOURAV Ganguly, the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), has ruled out any chance of cricket taking place in the near future due to the massive coronavirus pandemic. India is currently under a complete lockdown until May 3, which was earlier extended from April 14.Amidst the grave global situation, Germany is mulling the start of Bundesliga, their football league, sometime from May. Even as it’s set to resume sporting action globally, Ganguly, who is also a former Indian cricketer, stated that the scenario in India and Germany are different.“The social reality of Germany and India are different, there will be no cricket in India in the near future. There are too many ifs and buts involved. More importantly, I don’t believe in sport when there is a risk to human life,” Ganguly was quoted as saying in The Times of India (TOI).Harbhajan Singh, who flourished under Ganguly in Team India, also reverberated his former skipper’s words. The veteran Punjab off- spinner was of the opinion that top-flight cricket shouldn’t resume till the time a vaccine comes out.“When IPL teams travel, there’s a huge crowd at the airports, hotels, outside the stadium. How are you going to stop them if you are looking to maintain social distancing? There should be no top-flight cricket till there is a vaccine for Covid-19,” Harbhajan said.The COVID-19 has put to doubts the future of a number of tournaments globally. Recently, Sunil Gavaskar, the legendary batsman, said that India and Australia could swap hosting rights for the 2020 and 2021 edition of the T20 World Cups.Earlier this week, the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL) was also postponed indefinitely after the lockdown was extended. Talks of conducting the tournament behind closed doors and without foreign cricketers have also been doing the rounds.However, as per Gavaskar, holding high-profile events like the IPL and the T20 World Cup in empty stands won’t be a walk in the park. “Did you see the crowds during our practice sessions at Chepauk when we said we can’t allow people inside the ground. Lives are at stake, you can’t control Indian crowds that easily. Yes, there will be financial losses, but we have to live with it,” he mentioned. (CricTracker)
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