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Sisters Sherry-Ann Seecharan and Elizabeth Ran-
goo have turned to each other for comfort, having
both lost their husbands in tragic circumstances.
Sherry-Ann and her daughter Mohini, who were
released by police on Sunday without any charge in
the shooting death of her husband, prison officer
Robert Seecharan, were at a relative s home when
the T&T Guardian met up with them on Monday.
Sherry-Ann is currently keeping their location a
Elizabeth s husband, Cyril Joseph, died two weeks
ago after being shot with a trap gun set up in his
The sisters, born one year apart, are vowing to
stick together as they struggle to raise their children.
Elizabeth, 37, has seven children between the ages
of four and 19 and is expecting another.
Sherry-Ann has four children but none for Seecha-
ran and they do not live with her.
For now, all she wants is a chance to piece her life
She says she will stay away from the home she
shared with her husband, as she understands his
family is also grieving.
"I lost a husband and they lost a son and brother,"
she said. "Both sides are hurting now. I just want to
send all my sympathy to them for their loss."
She said she would be seeking counselling
for both of her daughters, one of whom
fired the fatal shot that killed Seecharan
In an interview on Sunday, after being
released, the teenager said she acted in self-
defence as her mother was being beaten.
"As soon as I can take them out, I will
carry them both for counselling," Sherry-
She said she did not know how she would
maintain her children now, as she previously
ran a poultry shop with her husband.
"I don t know how I will make it, but I
have to try. I am making arrangements to
collect my things and I have to take it from
During a visit to the Seecharan family
home in Barrackpore on Monday, Seecha-
ran s sister, Ria, said the family wanted to
put the incident behind them.
"We don t have anything to say, we just
want this behind us," Ria said.
"We will get justice from God."
Husbands' deaths bring sisters together
Bonded by tragedies
Sisters Elizabeth Rangoo, left, and Sherry-Ann
Seecharan comfort each other on Monday. The
sisters, born one year apart, both lost their
husbands two weeks apart. Seecharan's husband
was shot dead during a domestic fight in Penal, last
Wednesday, and Rangoo's husband was killed by a
trap gun at his garden weeks before.
PHOTO: RISHI RAGOONATH
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