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Wednesday, April 26, 2006
Stabroek News

President Bharrat Jagdeo yesterday upped the pressure on the security services saying that they have been unable to quell the threat posed by 15 to 20 gunmen and he also vowed that the murderers of Minister Satyadeow Sawh and three other persons will be tracked down.

Paying tribute to the late minister of agriculture at Castellani House yesterday midday, Jagdeo said he knew that across the country people would be asking whether Sawh's killers and those who have been wreaking havoc in the country over the past years would be found.

"Are we going to find those who we know about? And we know where they are. Are we able to deal with them? Do we have the capacity to deal with them?" he asked.

No one, he said, could convince him that there were not people among the 5,500-strong security force and on whom $7B is spent each year who could not find the criminals and mete out to them what they deserve for terrorising the country.