Friday, November 20, 2009

Taxi Mafia Inspired Blockade

Faruque Ahmed
P O Box – 349
Alexandria, NSW – 2015
Mobile: 041 091 4118

The Chief Executive Officer
Radio 2GB

Level 1, Building C, 33-35 Saunders St
NSW 2009, Australia
Phone: (02) 8570 0000
Fax: (02) 8570 0219

Taxi Mafia Inspired Blockade

Dear Sir/Madam

I am a taxi industry activist and I have been exposing taxi industry corruption for a long time. Recently, the Sydney Morning Herald made a wonderful contribution to expose the long overdue exposure of
taxi mafia and beyond. As a result a few legal proceedings, investigation and inquiries including the NSW Parliamentary Inquiry with pragmatic “terms of references” are going to take place soon.

Beside my taxi industry activism, I am a prolific contributor of talk back shows including your radio station. Sadly, over the last few weeks I have been silenced from the talk back radio without any reason whatsoever!

However, it is noticeable that many advertisements by the NSW Taxi Council Limited and taxi companies are appearing in your station lately! One may think, maybe the commercial inducement of the taxi industry or some other factors are instrumental behind my blockade in the talk back shows.

I hope you will be kind enough to clear the air in this regard at your earliest opportunity.

Sincerely Yours

Faruque Ahmed
Friday, November 20, 2009


  1. This is Rum Colony style! Money talks and bullshit walks!!

  2. Recently on 4th February 2010 I attended the Parliamentary hearing and to my demise,

    The Parliamentarians both Labour and Liberal party memebers were running this enquiry or hearing.

    On that day The Greens Parliamentarian exposed that these Lablor and liberals have taken known donations in order $100,000 from Cabcharge, Taxi Council Pty Ltd and These corrupt politicians, were determined to give more powers to these Companies who donated or gave them favours.

    Our Politicians are Openly Corrupt Parliamentarians

  3. Radio 2GB is hiding. 2GB is incapable to handle the truth like many gutless corporate media.

  4. It is sad and bad. Mr. Faruque Ahmed has been exposing many stories about the Australian taxi industry.