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Two fathers who tried to use fake Point
Lisas Energy Association (PLEA) docu-
ments to get work in Petrotrin have been
given a chance to obtain the passes the
The documents are known as passports
at the company.
Father of five Monash Kissoon, 54, a
labourer, and Deosaran Balkaran, 59, a super-
visor, said they cannot do the computer
exam to get a passport because they are
Kissoon said he also cannot read or write.
They appeared before San Fernando mag-
istrate Lisa Ramsumair-Hinds and pleaded
guilty to uttering false PLEA documents
with intent to deceive.
Court prosecutor Sgt Krishna Bedassie
said the incident took place on Monday
around 8.30 am at Petrotrin Health and
Safety office in Pointe-a-Pierre.
The clerk alerted the Petrotrin police after
viewing the men s documents.
Kissoon told the police a friend from
Couva organised the passport for him.
His attorney Annalee Girwar described
Kissoon as a family man. She said he is
unable to use the computer properly and
to do the PLEA exam he has to use the
Saying he is trying to earn more money
The State is expected to begin paper committal
proceedings next Thursday against a Ste Madeleine
woman accused of hanging her son almost a year
Marcia Harper, 31, is charged with murdering her
eight-year-old son, Dimario Ragoonanan, on Novem-
ber 12, 2012.
The child was found hanging from a curtain in
his bedroom at Fourth Street East, Corinth Settle-
Harper reappeared in the San Fernando First Court
before Magistrate Rae Roopchand yesterday.
State prosecutor Sarah De Silva said 12 witness
statements have been filed, but the prosecution will
be leading evidence from six witnesses.
The matter was adjourned to October 24. (SW)
Woman charged with
killing son back in court
Two admit to uttering false papers for jobs...
Magistrate: Do it the correct way
to improve his family s life, Girwar said the passport
is required to get work in Petrotrin.
However Estate Cpl Chandoo said the passport is
obtained after doing a safety orientation. He said an
oral exam is also available to them. He said it costs
$230 to do the exam and about another $230 to get
"Why do people always try to take short cuts,
Ramsumair-Hinds said. She also advised him to
attend ALTA classes and learn to read.
Girwar said Balkaran also had no previous con-
viction or pending matters. She said he wants a
supervisor job at Petrotrin because he is trying to
help his son, who is getting married, build a house.
The magistrate deferred sentence and gave the
men an opportunity to get the PLEA passport the
correct and honest way.
They are to reappear before her on November 14.
A white peacock butterfly is captured sucking
nectar from a zinnia flower in Talparo yesterday.
PHOTO: SHIRLEY BAHADUR
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