In March, Chandresh Sharma was Tourism Minister when his ex-girlfriend Sacha Singh accused him of domestic violence which occurred in the carpark of Grand Bazaar near Toppers restaurant.
Singh, the managing director of AMS Biotech Security Concept and AmSure T&T Ltd reported to the St Joseph Police that she and Sharma got into an altercation over him maintaining a 12-year-old child. The child was in the back seat of her vehicle with her mother, a teacher.
An altercation ensued and the adults exited the vehicle. Singh reportedly grabbed onto Sharma’s tie and was slapped across the face and pushed. She allegedly hit her head on her vehicle and suffered a concussion and brain swelling which she discovered after a visit with her doctor.
Sharma was fired in the same month after the allegation. In July, the Director of Public Prosecution wrote to acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams saying that the allegations of assault were “uncorroborated and may be hobbled by certain credibility factors.”
Author: Dareece Polo