Fenton sent Sharma a private message on Facebook. Sharma posted it to his Facebook page, along with his answer.
Messages posted to Sharma’s Facebook were mainly supportive of his decision to expose parliamentary bullying.
Well done mr Shama it takes courage and you have it in spades!
I fully support your stance against bullying in Parliament. A brave move.
Whatever is going on here, this is obviously something that has been a major issue for you.
Full respect to you for standing up for yourself. This can’t have been an easy thing to do.
What you’re doing is going to have a positive impact on other victims. All the best to you.
You have my support. To call something out that isn’t right takes immence courage and isn’t ever taken lightly especially when you know many choose to remain silent and just accept it to maintain their position/standing. I hope this is used as an opportunity to change the way things are structed. I support you.
Congratulations on your Herald article. Bullying should always be exposed.