Letters

Gates for eight-door sluice

Dear Editor, I refer to Mr Sohan’s recent letter in SN on the eight-door sluice and note that it is normal for the owner (NDIA) to purchase the steel gates ahead of tender and give same to the contractor for installation when construction starts.

Excess of speed humps in Delhi Street

Dear Editor, Speed humps are useful in situations where it is intended that road users must slow down in order to ensure caution at intersections or where there may be schools or other places considered necessary for such installations.

Trinidad immigration should have admitted Guyanese law student

Dear Editor,   It seems as if the immigration officers in the region have little or no regard for the Treaty of Chaguaramas and the recent decision by the Caribbean Court of Justice in the Shanique Myrie case, when a law student from Guyana was denied entry into Trinidad and Tobago to pursue studies at the Hugh Wooding Law School (HWLS) I read with great concern how the law student was humiliated at the Piarco Airport and was denied entry because there was no proof that she was a student of the HWLS or that she was eligible to be admitted as a student.

How can animal traders be so ruthless?

Dear Editor,   On Thursday, September 4, both Stabroek News and Kaieteur News exposed the carelessness of animal traders in their article on the discovery of 20 red and green macaws, one capybara, one very young tapir and one very young puma on the road from the South Rupununi.