Works and Transport Minister, Rohan Sinanan, has revealed that at least 16 people may have been caught in the web of an ongoing police probe, into possible fraud at the Licensing Office.
The minister says the three year project to modernise and computerise the day-to-day operations at Licensing, has made it impossible for irregularities to remain hidden.
He confirms that they have been cooperating with police, and he expects that as the initiative continues, more illegal behaviour will be uncovered.
Works and Transport Minister, Rohan Sinanan, says the prime minister did not make his statements this week about the Cambridge Analytica scandal, lightly.
On a political platform this week, the PM indicated that a certain advertising agency was involved in the data mining scheme.
Since Dr Rowley’s claims that company has threatened to sue.
Minister Sinanan says the prime minister knows what he is doing.
In a telephone interview with Guardian Media Limited, the minister of works and transport Rohan Sinanan says after being given the five-month moratorium and their commissioning of 60 approved testing stations, there is no excuse for motorists not having their vehicles inspected come January 1st when law enforcement begins cracking down on them.
Sinanan says his ministry is pleased that motorists are using the 60 additional inspection stations and attribute their success to ease of access as owners of transport vehicles are no longer limited to licensing offices to get it done.
A 55-year-old man who stole a PTSC bus this morning and left a path of destruction in its wake has been captured.CNC3 News understands that the Longdenville man managed to breach the PTSC garage opposite the Chaguanas Police Station between 3 and 4 am and took a bus. Reports suggest he then collided with three vehicles and a gate along the Chaguanas Main Road. One of the vehicles struck during the incident was owned by a newspaper vendor whose van subsequently hit a parked BK Holdings truck which crashed into a nearby building.