Making a statement…
SOME burgesses of Chaguanas staged a vigil outside the Chaguanas Market on Tuesday evening.
The evening was filled with prayer and religious songs as scores gathered to honour the life of murder victim Andrea Bharatt and women who were killed over the years.
Speakers included Robert Amar who called for the authorities to regulate the manufacture and sale of number plates.
Former minister of tertiary education Fazal Karim said the education system must focus on young men who displayed deviant behavior and move to correct it before it gets out of hand.
Chaguanas businessman and chamber head Vishnu Charran said the nation was sending a signal to the leaders that enough was enough. He and women and all law abiding citizens needed the authorities to intervene for protection.