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Workers from Trinmar and those employed
by a Brazilian contractor working on the
Solomon Hochoy Highway extension are
expected to down tools today in protest
against their respective employers.
The Oilfields Workers' Trade Union
announced yesterday the workers were expect-
ed to converge at separate locations in Point
The meeting with Trinmar's workers is card-
ed for 7 am at the OWTU Branch Hall, New-
lands, while OAS workers are scheduled to
meet an hour later at the Guapo Community
Centre, Main Road, Gonzales Village.
The oil workers of the Trinmar branch are
taking the action "in response to recent attacks
by Petrotrin's management and continued vio-
lations of the collective agreement, workers
will hold a mass meeting to discuss these crit-
ical matters and the way forward," the union
It is expected OWTU members from other
branches will be part of the meeting.
The highway workers say they are fed up
with the bulldozing of their homes and non-
payment by the state, as well as the limited
job opportunities, contrary to what was prom-
Police are exploring kidnapping as one
of the theories in the disappearance of 81-
year-old Ray Kublalsingh after another
unsuccessful day of searching for the envi-
Officers from the Anti-Kidnapping Unit
and Southern Homicide Bureau joined the
search yesterday but up to late afternoon
not even a trail was found.
Southern Division Task Force, tracking
dogs, soldiers, helicopters and villagers,
including Kublalsingh's son, Dr Wayne
Kublalsingh, combed the hilly terrain near
his home at Kowlessersingh Road, Union
Village, Claxton Bay.
While the search was ongoing, investi-
gators also interviewed several neighbours.
On Tuesday, Kublalsingh left his home
around 10 am to fetch cassava branches
from a garden in a forested area at the back
of the community.
Police said kidnapping was always being
considered as a possible reason for the dis-
appearance. However, there has been no
evidence to support this theory.
A senior officer said yesterday: "Once we
have a missing person, the Anti Kidnapping
Unit and Homicide Bureau get involved.
"We must inform them so they are part
of the investigating team that is working
with the task force and soldiers. Yesterday,
the AKU and Homicide Bureau were doing
other inquiries that are related to the case."
Word of a possible kidnapping spread
around the community but the Kublalsinghs
have not received a request for a ransom.
Asked if he suspects kidnapping, Wayne
said: "It is difficult to say. I think we need
to explore our options before coming to any
"I think it would be a mistake to choose
one or two options when maybe there are
six or seven options. We are exploring all
of them and we are going to get assistance
from the police to do this."
The Kublalsinghs have been involved in
several environmental protests against mega
projects initiated by the past and present
That presented a challenge to them as
Wayne explained his father would occa-
sionally get into debates with people over
"He has always had ongoing debates with
members of the public because he supported
us fully in the days of our smelter protests.
"He has been one of my chief activist
partners so occasionally he gets into debates
with people on the streets who are either
supporting us or opposing us," he added.
His sister Judy said although the family
was not ruling out that something could
have happened to their father, they were
holding onto hope that he was still there.
Kublalsingh's dad missing...
Police officers during their search for 81-year-old Roy Kublalsingh (inset) at Claxton Bay
yesterday. PHOTO: RISHI RAGOONATH
Trinmar, OAS workers
to protest today
Tobago has recorded the second murder
Dead is Dane Kent, of Speyside.
According to reports Kent, who is an Emer-
gency Medical Technician attached to the
Tobago Regional Health Authority, and a part
time taxi driver was reported missing on
Thursday morning after calls to his mobile
phone went unanswered. He was last seen
around 7 pm on Wednesday.
Kent's vehicle was found abandoned in the
Mt. Grace area yesterday while his body was
found about 100 metres off the main roadway,
up a hill in some bushes.
Up to news time the extent of his injuries
and cause of death were unknown.
Crime scene officers were processing the
scene up to late last night.
killed in Tobago
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