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The People s Partnership failed to account for its
stewardship over the last five years and MPs hid
behind Kamla 2015, the People s Partnership s (PP)
general election campaign.
"They hid behind her and the country didn t fall for
it. A government must account for its stewardship,"
PNM chairman Franklin Khan said.
He was responding to questions in a television inter-
view on Tuesday on where he thought the PP went
wrong. The PNM, on the other hand, profiled all its
candidates and showed its plans for the next five years,
"We showed our plans in our manifesto and profiled
all our candidates. We did not say view this as a
Kamla/Rowley fight. And, without much fanfare, we
profiled Dr Rowley," he said. Khan commended all who
helped the PNM rise up out of the ashes.
"In 2010 we counted our losses and focused on
rebuilding the party from the bottom up and were
tremendously rewarded. We are very humbled by the
decision of the electorate," he said.
When asked to comment on Rowley s victory address,
which was described as "measured and inclusive," in
which he stated he was not just the prime minister of
the PNM but the prime minister of all of T&T, Khan
said: "This has been the mantra of every single leader
of the PNM since Dr Eric Williams."
Khan said PNM supporters also accepted Rowley s
extending of the olive branch to the United National
Congress (UNC) and its supporters.
"The PNM are not greedy people to say is we time
now," he said. Asked to give a preview of the composition
of the PNM s Cabinet, Khan said they did not plan
that because they did not presumptuously expect
victory in the general election. Khan said the PNM
had to appoint an attorney general first before it could
select a Cabinet. He said the PNM also was facing the
task of "getting the numbers on the economy right."
Prime Minister Keith Rowley will have the Oppo-
sition s assistance if he operates in the spirit which
he indicated on Monday and act in the interest of
T&T and the people as a whole, Congress of the
People (COP) leader Prakash Ramadhar has said.
In a congratulatory statement on Tuesday, Ramadhar
said: "In continuing testimony to our democracy and
democratic spirit, we have begun the process of tran-
sition to a new Government in an atmosphere free
from fear and without incident of which our nation
would not be proud.
"On behalf of the Congress of the People, I extend
our congratulations to our new Prime Minister Keith
Rowley and his Government. I assure our Prime Minister
that should he operate in the spirit which he indicated
last night (Monday) and act in the interest of our nation
and people as a whole, he shall have our assistance.
"We shall examine every measure proposed by gov-
ernment as we have always done, on the criteria of
country first and safeguarding the unity and interests
of our people.
"The holding of our general election does not mean
that our life as a country or our daily concerns as
citizens have changed.
"Whether in addressing and solving our economic,
political, social, cultural or other issues, important
problems remain to be solved. Just as we did in gov-
ernment in the last five years, the Congress of the
People will continue to play its role in Parliament and
on the national stage to ensure a strong economy to
benefit our people and for improvements in our gov-
ernance with adherence to the highest standards of
conduct and performance in public office. The COP
continues its service to the nation."
A Barrackpore family is
pleading for the public s assis-
tance in finding pensioner
Sonilal Mohan Ramsaroop
who went missing 16 days
Jagdissee Ramsaroop, 48, of
Phillip Trace, Rochard Road,
Penal, said his father, Sonilal
Mohan Ramsaroop, was last
seen around 6 pm on August
"He is a mental case. On
August 25, he came by me and
eat pholourie and drank some
soft drink. I then told him to
go back up the road but he said
he was going for a walk," Ram-
saroop said. He added that
Ramsaroop never returned.
"We have been looking
everywhere for him. A lot of
people say they saw him at
Ramjohn Trace. We have
searched in Scotts Road,
Quinam, Mon Diablo, Barrack-
pore, Moruga, St Marys but
there is no sign of him.
"We searched in all the
bushy areas but nobody saw
him. Everybody knows him but
we just cannot find him," Ram-
The pensioner was last seen
wearing black pants and a white
tee-shirt. He was described as
being five feet seven inches tall
and 140 pounds.
Anyone with information
on his whereabouts can con-
tact Ramsaroop at 339-0315
Khan on PP's election loss:
It didn't account
Ramadhar pledges support
if Rowley keeps his word
Family seeks help to find missing pensioner
Sonilal Mohan Ramsaroop
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