By Royan Abrams
Relatives of 33-year-old Naresh Rooplall, 37-year-old Pawan Chandradai and his 15-year-old son, Jaikarran Chandradai who were murdered at Kookrit Creek, savannah, Black Bush Polder between July 21 and 22 said they are satisfied with the investigations conducted by the police thus far.
After receiving word that three persons; 38-year-old Carlton Chaitram along with his 18-year-old son, Jairam Chaitram and an employee, 26-year-old Tameshwar Jaikarran were remanded on Tuesday, the relatives expressed gratitude to the Guyana Police Force for their swift investigation and is hopeful that justice will be served for their loved ones.
Carlton Chaitram, Jairam Chaitramand Tameshwar Jaikarran
The mother of Naresh Rooplall related that “I satisfy and hoping that they police keep them in deh so that justice will come.” She added that although she lost her son, she feels good that the suspects were caught and remanded.
Additionally, the wife of Pawan Chandradai and mother of 15-year-old Jaikarran Chadradai, said she is happy with the recent development as well, however, life is not the same since that tragic day where her son and husband’s bodies were found.
She noted that ever since her husband and son were killed, she is now left to fend for herself and remaining three children.
Three persons were today remanded by magistrate, Judy Latchman for the murder.
The trio which hailed from the Corentyne area will return to court on September 6th 2016.
Last week Crime Chief Wendell Blanhum disclosed that the suspects told investigators that they shot the two men and the teenager after they went to another farm to steal diesel and after noticing that the three persons that were fishing saw them they panicked and decided to kill the witnesses.