Smart City Solutions (SCS) through its Public Relations Consultant, Kit Nascimento, set about defending its decision to clamp former President Donald Ramotar’s car.
Nascimento, by way of a press release said, “As a consequence of the car being illegally parked, it was immobilized by a member of the City Constabulary and SCS Parking Attendant, consistent with the regulations.”
Further the statement said that the SCS Parking Warden and the Constabulary member were approached by a person who informed them that the vehicle is officially assigned to former President Donald Ramotar, but that there was no visible means of identifying the vehicle’s owner.
Nascimento denied reports that the city constables were armed. He also denied that the SCS attendants and M&CC enforcers were abusive.
But according to the People’s Progressive Party (PPP/C) the group that dealt with the issue was abusive although it was told whose vehicle it was. Smart City Solutions said that it was informed by the M&CC that no permission was sought by the PPP/C requesting an exemption for the former President.
In accordance with established procedures the Operations Centre then dispatched a duly authorized Warden to remove the boot immobilizing the car.
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