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It, however, warned that any further release to Bello would amount to a disservice to the poverty-stricken workers of Kogi State, pointing out that the government is financially reckless and has a penchant for not paying salaries.
It is a disservice to officers to say EVMs in their custody get hacked.
Therefore, the Batavia Township Republicans actually do a disservice to their members by sending out a mailing as they did recently, and reported on by the Daily Herald.
Mirwaiz Umar Farooq also said, 'Any attempt to change the basic nature of the Kashmir dispute will be a great disservice to all the sacrifices and collective efforts put in it by the people of J and K and hence won't be allowed.'
The first disservice was done by the British colonial rulers by making the annexed territories as part of Balochistan for administration and security reasons.
'I feel it is a disservice to the system of democracy.'
He reprimanded India's hostile reaction to Sidhu's visit, saying 'Those in India who targeted him are doing a gt [great] disservice to peace in the subcontinent - without peace our ppl [people] cannot progress.'
"In doing so you have done a real disservice to others who seek a future on these shores."
"But the political warfare that has broken out between the Trussell Trust and the Government is a disservice to the hungry.
Oddly, Walker suggests that my call for the strongest possible language in condemning sexual violence is somehow a "disservice" to the abused.
"THE FDA'S REVIEW OF THE DATA ON OPEN POWER MORCELLATION WAS 'INADEQUATE, IRRESPONSIBLE' AND A 'DISSERVICE TO WOMEN'"