Dr Suruj Rambachan

Transport Minister: Rush for inspection stickers after rumour, putting pressure on Licensing Department

Minister of Works and Transport, Rohan Sinanan is asking members of the public to be patient with the Licensing Department, as he says the recent social media rumour about inspection stickers has created a flood of applicants, creating problems similar to what a run on a commercial entity does.

The Minister told CNC3 that inspection stickers are not printed years in advance and are usually done on a month-to-month basis.

Rambachan: Inspection stickers issue demonstrates lack of management within Licensing Department

Former Works and Infrastructure Minister Dr Suruj Rambachan says the situation involving the inspection of vehicles has highlighted a lack of management within the Licensing Department.

Rambachan, the member of Parliament for Tabaquite, says he has had direct experience with the troubles of getting a certificate.

The following is a statement by the former minister.

"The chaos which now exists with respect to the inspection of vehicles again demonstrates the lack of management in the licensing division.

Rambachan: "Deyalsingh a total failure at managing health sector"

Member of Parliament for Tabaquite Dr. Surujrattan Rambachan is calling on the Prime Minister to relieve Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh of his duties saying that he is a total failure at managing the health sector. The following is a Press release from the member of parliament:

Deyalsingh: Lack of proper procedure

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Dr Suruj Rambachan slams PM's "vomit" statement

Tabaquite MP Dr Suruj Rambachan is slamming the prime minister over what he has described as disgraceful “vomit” language.

In a statement on his Facebook page, Dr Rambachan says Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is seeking to defend the purchase of a Mercedes Benz at a time when the people of the nation are being asked to make sacrifices.

The former government minister says it is clear to him that Dr Rowley and the PNM intend to have "a good time at the cost of the woes of the poor and downtrodden".