The Opposition, in keeping with their character, has widely criticised the Prime Minister for her decision in the Anil Robert’s situation. However, the Prime Minister cannot be faulted for her the decision she took. In the past, once presented with key evidence, she acted with decisiveness and sternness, making the tough decisions to dismiss some of the key members of her Cabinet for their acts which lacked discretion. It is key to note that she acted once the evidence was clear and compelling. In this case, could we say with 100% certainty, that the evidence is clear and compelling? I think the Prime Minister is acting consistently and with fairness in this case, as with all her tough decisions before.