TRINIDAD Y TOBAGO: Moonilal: Blame Gov't for kidnappings, killings
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TRINIDAD Y TOBAGO: Moonilal: Blame Gov't for kidnappings, killings


Trinidad Express / GOVERNMENT is ultimately responsible for the kidnappings and homicides in Trinidad and Tobago, says Dr Roodal Moonilal.

In a statement on Friday, Moonilal, who is the Opposition Member of Parliament for Oropouche East, said he visited with the family of abducted mother of two Ria Sookdeo to express his concern and offer prayer and support to her husband Mark.

Sookdeo, 34, was snatched out of her car after dropping off the couple's two children at the Picton Presbyterian Primary School near Debe on Thursday morning.

As of Friday afternoon, there has been no information about her whereabouts.

Moonilal said: “The abduction is another chilling example of the Rowley regime's failure to protect the nation despite lofty manifesto and platform promises and the appointment of three Ministers of National Security.

The Government has betrayed the country on crime, as it has done with respect to virtually every other area of national endeavour.

While crime across the world is managed by effective public policy, the PNM Government has removed community patrols and other deterrent programmes, resulting in easier movement by criminals.

The Rowley administration is ultimately to blame for kidnappings and for the continuous spiral in homicides that have made Trinidad and Tobago one of the most violent places in the world.

It is increasingly evident that the incompetent PNM Government is clueless and ineffective in securing the safety and well-being of nationals, and the abduction of Ms. Sookdeo and other major crimes are the graphic results of that gross ineptitude”.

Moonilal asked that law enforcement do everything to solve the crime.

NO CLUES

Earlier today, her husband Mark went to homes and businesses in the area begging people to check their CCTV camera systems hoping to identify the person or people who took his wife.

The family lives at Wellington Road, Debe, and at around 8.30a.m. Ria Sookdeo, 34, had dropped the children off at the Picton Presbyterian Primary School. Not far from the school she turned her vehicle into a side road in order to turn, when her vehicle was blocked by a black Nissan X-Trail carrying PCP registration plates.

A man emerged, pulled Sookdeo into the X-Trail, leaving one side of her pair of slippers, hand bag and cell phone. It left her family and friends terrified. They could offer no reason why she would be taken. Police could not find a motive for the abduction and there has been no ransom demand.

The public's help is being sought to find Ria Sookdeo.

TRINIDAD Y TOBAGO: Moonilal: Blame Gov't for kidnappings, killings

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