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cent pointed out.
PP Government treated
A stone s throw away at Boundary
Road, pensioner Ganesh Ramdeen
said he voted for Warner in 2010 and
2013 and would do so again in 2015.
"If Jack going up for Chaguanas
West I would support him. If he is
not contesting I would vote for the
PNM," Ramdeen said.
He described Warner s commit-
ment and contribution to the con-
stituency and country as heroic.
"The PP Government never treated
Jack fairly. The cabal never gave him
an easy time. They wanted him out.
Jack was used and abused by the
party he helped built. They only
wanted his money. The same way
the UNC betrayed former prime min-
ister Basdeo Panday they did to Jack.
If Warner get money from the white
man to fund the party I don t see a
problem with that.
"Other politicians do worse and
they are still around walking around
free," Ramdeen said.
Ramdeen said while the UNC
promised to fight corruption they
had not been able to bring Calder
Hart to account for allegedly mis-
managing taxpayers money.
At Warren Monroe Road, War-
renville, Sheriff Ali, 54, felt Warner s
representation was good.
He, however, expressed displeasure
with the "rude, unmannerly and dis-
respectful way" Warner was treated
by the UNC before he resigned from
Ali believes the charges against
Warner were perfectly timed to sink
the MP and the ILP party as the elec-
"Why they couldn t charge him
before the general election? Why
now? This was done just to destroy
Jack," Ali said.
Ali s neighbour Keizer Samnath
said though he was satisfied with
Warner s performance, he felt the
UNC could have handled Warner s
"I don t like what the UNC did to
him. He put his blood, sweat and
tears into the party and had to leave."
He said Warner might be down
but was certainly not out.
Jack the fighter
"I think Jack is not going to give
up so easily. The man is a fighter,"
Samnath said he had two minds
"The Government have people
confused with what they saying and
doing. Every time you turn is this
one saying this and that one saying
that. They have people head spin-
Walking along Tropical Drive in
Warrenville, Janet Samnath confessed
that Warner never helped the resi-
dents on her street.
"Right now we begging for our
road to be paved and nobody taking
we on. It s in a mess. In the rainy
season is mud and dry season it s a
dust bowl. This is what we have to
face," Samnath complained.
She said while she voted for the
UNC in 2010, they would not get her
support in 2015.
The unemployed woman said she
had been fighting tooth and nail to
get a permanent food card.
"I got three temporary food cards,
but they don t want to give me a per-
manent one. It have plenty people
who far better off than me collecting
food cards and I can t get any. I fed
up with politicians. None ain t dif-
ferent," Samnath said.
Anthony Douglas, a resident of
Trace Marshall, Warrenville, said
Warner was now missing in action.
The last time Douglas said he spot-
ted Warner was in 2013.
"He came in the back here in a
vehicle days before the by-election
to get our votes. He never step foot
in here again."
Douglas described Warner s rep-
resentation as poor.
"What the UNC and my Prime
Minister has done in five years with
infrastructural development in the
country no Government has ever
done. I don t want to see or hear
nothing about the ILP far less for
Warner. He is a waste of time. Warner
should go home. He will never get
Anand Ramlogan of Alligator Trace
North, Cunupia, commended Warner
for doing more than other govern-
Ramlogan, who straightens and
paints vehicles, said for years residents
had been asking for a pavement from
Warren Monroe Road to Low Cost
supermarket, but they were ignored.
Admitting that he voted for Warner
not once but twice, Ramlogan said
he would not go to the polls again.
"You voting for them politicians
and you not getting help," Ramlogan
Tears for MP
Nearby, Sieudath Suruj said he
believed Warner financially supported
"I think the UNC gave him a raw
deal.They take what they get from
Jack financially and otherwise and
now saying he no good...he is a want-
"I does always say anywhere it
have too much of Indians it does have
cut down and fight. Jack should have
known better. I feel he should give
up politics now."
Unsure if he would vote in the elec-
tion, Suruj said while Warner liked
Indian people, football and politics,
all had been to his detriment.
Sitting in her yard at Salem Avenue,
Cunupia, 84-year-old Korisha Ali, a
devout Muslim, said tears flowed from
her eyes when she heard that Warner
had problems obtaining bail and had
to spend a night in prison.
"I cried for him. I like that man
too bad. He is a good human being.
He like Indian people."
Ali said she hoped Warner con-
tested Chaguanas West.
"I want Jack back in Parliament.
The Opposition Leader giving the
Government too much trouble. They
only rowing and fighting. They no
good," Ali said.
Along the bustling Monroe Road
in Cunupia, businessman Neshan
Ramlogan rated Warner s perform-
ance as unsatisfactory.
Ramlogan said Warner neglected
their community and focused his
attention on the people of Felicity
who had now turned their backs on
At Pierre Road, Charlieville, veg-
etable vendor Ryan Jaglal said Warner
did a lot of good by uniting the people
in the community.
"He brought everyone together for
religious and cultural celebrations.
Give Jack he jacket, he performed
well. He really did a lot for people,"
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Jack non-existent in the last two years
From hardest working MP...
Warner, in response to a text
message sent to him on Friday,
wrote "regretfully on this
occasion Shaliza, no comments."
Pierre Road, Charlieville vendor Ryan Jaglal feels Warner performed well
as their MP. PHOTO: ABRAHAM DIAZ
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