The People’s Revolution – “Timeline” (1 Feb – 20 Mar 2022)

The People’s Revolution began in October 2021. It has been occuring througout Trinidad and Tobago, to hold this Dictatorial Rowley PNM Government to account, until our Democratic Republic is Restored and Rebuilt. (See the Timeline for 21 October – 20 November 2021 by clicking here and for 21 Nov 2021 – 28 Jan 2022 by clicking here)

Here is the timeline of events for 1 February to 20 March 2022:

Tuesday 1 February 2022

MPs Dr. Lackram Bodoe, Dave Tancoo and Dr. Roodal Moonilal and residents of Fyzabad and La Brea Protest the corruption at Mosquito Creek which led to the collapse of the road… PNM must Go!

MP Rishad Seecheran, Councillors and Residents of Caroni East protest government neglect in Ravine Sable.

Saturday 5 February 2022

UNC National Women’s Arm hold a Candlelight Vigil at the Heights of Aripo to protest the lack of action by Government to protect women.

Monday 7 February 2022

MP Dinesh Rambally joined the residents at Bejucal Road to support their protest at the deplorable roads and drainage as well as the unreliable water supply. These residents are suffering from the neglect and incompetence of this Rowley-led government

Wednesday 9 February 2022

Protest at Morne Roche Quarry Road in Tabaquite where MP Anita Haynes supported the residents, calling on the government to take action and deliver on their duty to citizens. This poor infrastructure results in public safety hazards and costs residents significant amounts in transportation and vehicle repairs.

Sunday 20 February 2022

Residents of Chaguanas with MP Vandana Mohit and others protest for the promised overpass to ease terrible traffic congestion

Sunday 6 March 2022

Councilor Jenna-Lee Ramoutar-Ramsaroop together with residents of Caratal Road #2, staged a protest this morning to highlight the poor condition of the roads which is affected by Landslide and neglected by government

Caroni Central Constituents led by MP Arnold Ram and Councillor Anil Baliram protest to speedily address the Water Issues that are plaguing Chickland, Preysal, Sewdass Road, Lower Couva Road, Powdharie Road and other areas for far too long. These very same residents continue to pay for a service that is highly unreliable even prior to the implementation of a schedule, in which they continue to be visibly victimised as many are scheduled for nine (9) or more days without water!

MP Ravi Ratiram and Cllr Dubraj Persad and residents of Edinburgh Village….Highlighting issues they are facing …..Failure of Ministry of Works and Min. Rohan Sinanan to deal with the clogged drains under the pavement, the clogg culverts, the missing manholes, the urgent need of proper drainage and pavements…..

Councilor Henry Awong together with residents of Brasso Tamana Rd ,Los Attajos village, staged a protest to highlight the poor condition of the roads which is affected by Landslide

Councillor Ryan Rampersad and residents from Mundo Nuevo , La Horquetta/ Talparo protest the deplorable condition of the road infrastructure in the community of Mundo Nuevo.

Councillor Balmati Gosyne and the farmers/ residents from Esperanze Road, San Rafael , La Horquetta/ Talparo protest the dilapidated condition of the only access bridge in the community.

Saturday 12 March 2022

UNC’s National Woman’s Arm led a massive protest in Penal to take a stand against rising food prices and crimes against women

Sunday 20 March 2022

UNC Women’s Arm Demonstration at Narsaloo Ramaya Road in Chaguanas, “Justice for our Divers” and “Safety and Security for All Citizens”

CTTRC’s Councillors Ryan Rampersad, John Lezama and Balmati Gosyne stand in solidarity with the residents of Fletcher’s Road, Todd’s Road ( La Horquetta/ Talparo) who are faced with 6 landslips that are badly affecting their lives. They are calling on Central Government to give the requisite funding to the CTTRC to execute the much needled infrastructural works , or get one of the Special Purpose agencies to get it done urgently.

Join us as we continue to fight to Rebuild and Restore Democracy in Trinidad & Tobago!