Works and Trans­port Min­is­ter Ro­han Sinanan says there will be no fur­ther ex­ten­sion in the roll out of the de­mer­it point sys­tem in this coun­try.

The sys­tem was sup­posed to take ef­fect on March 2, how­ev­er, it was an­nounced that the procla­ma­tion would in­stead take place one month lat­er, April 2nd.

Speak­ing at the Post Cab­i­net News Con­fer­ence on Thurs­day Min­is­ter Sinanan re­ject­ed an ed­i­to­r­i­al in a dai­ly news­pa­per and af­firmed that the sys­tem is ready for full roll­out.

He ex­plained that the month grace pe­ri­od was giv­en be­cause of a no­tice­able in­crease in peo­ple go­ing in­to li­cens­ing of­fice to take cor­rec­tive ac­tions.

He said in the mean­time the new de­vices are be­ing used and peo­ple are still be­ing charged un­der the old sys­tem.

He said come April 2 de­mer­it points will be de­duct­ed from mo­torists.

Reporter: Chester Sambrano