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RHONDA KRYSTAL RAMBALLY
The People s National Movement (PNM) is
staying clear from the mudslinging, rhetoric
and slander in the Chaguanas West campaign
unlike its political counterparts.
So said PNM chairman Franklin Khan at yes-
terday s post general council meeting held at
He said the party was dealing with issues with-
out the "hullabaloo."
Khan said during the walkabout in Chaguanas
West on Monday, political leader Dr Keith Rowley
was "well received."
He said at Wednesday s meeting, the PNM
took note of "the balanced and developmental
speech of Avinash Singh."
Singh is the PNM s candidate for the July 29
Khan said, "He has a bright future in politics
and win, lose or draw, Mr Avinash Singh will
remain a shining star in the PNM political future."
He said the PNM was pleased with his can-
didacy, articulation, maturity and community
contacts and knows that Singh will do extremely
'Party ahead of the
game for local elections'
Also discussed at the general council meeting
was the local government elections. Khan said
the PNM was ahead of the game having screened
134 candidates which was approved by the central
executive earlier this month and endorsed yes-
Khan said there was a high percentage of young
people who offered themselves as candidates.
He said last Tuesday the PNM launched the
Young Professionals Initiative in conjuction with
the Heliconia Foundation which targeted close
to 190 young professionals.
He said there was a professional gap existing
which the party constitution did not cater for,
and the foundation will target professionals
between the ages of 25 to 39.
Khan said, "You will be surprised to know how
these young people are energised to make their
impact on society and how they are abhorring
the lack of good governance in Trinidad and
Tears flowed like a river from the faces
of nine-year-old Laila Subhan and her
brother Saleem, seven, as the bodies of
their slain family were laid to rest yes-
Sitting in the laps of relatives as they
witnessed the janazah (muslim funeral)
for their father Beryco Subhan, 48, sister
Sherifa, 15, and brother Musa, four, at
times seemed too unbearable for them.
The janazah was held a stone s throw
away from the family s Ackbar Trace, Fyz-
abad home where their cousin, 38-year-
old Silvan Alladin, stabbed them to death
on Thursday night. It was even tougher
on the children as their mother Rasheeda
Alladin, 34, who survived a slash to the
throat, was still warded at the Intensive
Care Unit of the San Fernando General
Hospital, unaware of her children s death.
A sobering message from Sherifa s prin-
cipal, Mufti Waseem Khan of her Darul
Uloom school in Cunupia, reminded
mourners that death knocks on the doors
He said the only consolation to the tragic
deaths was that true believers never die,
but go closer to God.
"Every person and thing has a time in
this universe and that time will come to
an end. Whether it is when we are young,
old, sick or healthy, it will come to an end.
"It is sad to know that they have gone
in this way; we wish them the best and
ask Allah to shower His mercy on them."
Offering words of condolence, MP for
the constituency, Transport Minister Chan-
dresh Sharma said such brutality has been
seen in other countries around the world,
but in recent times it had shaken T&T.
He said the only way to save the country
from similar tragedies was to bring back
spiritual values back into communities.
Tears flow freely at
funeral of murdered family
Tears flow from the eyes of the two survivors Laila and Salin Subhan at the funeral of their father Beryco Subhan, sister Sherifa Subhan
and brother Musa at Akbar Trace, Fyzabad, yesterday. PHOTO: TONY HOWELL
'PNM dealing with issues
in Chaguanas West'
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