With their hearts burdened by recent murders, rapes and robberies, concerned citizens for a better San Fernando are planning to hit the streets, calling for urgent measures to reduce crime.
In a media conference at Harris Promenade, San Fernando, this morning, Pundit Rudranath Maharaj announced a motorcade and rally on June 3rd.
The anti-crime movement begins at 9:30 am at Palmiste Park in sOuth Trinidad and ends at the Naparima College ground at Lewis Street, San Fernando.
Maharaj, along with Pastor Clive Dottin, says they will pray for the nation and demand the implementation of joint police/defence force patrols, among other measures.
The group plans to deliver these demands to President Christine Kangaloo, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar shortly after.