In Memory of Andrea! Citizens turn out for candlelight memorial opposite Red House

In Memory of Andrea! Citizens turn out for candlelight memorial opposite Red House

After news of Andrea Bharatt’s death rocked the nation on Thursday, scores gathered in front of Woodford Square last night, at the entrance opposite the Red House, to stage a candlelight vigil/memorial and express their sadness and disgust.

The vigil was led by Phillip Edward Alexander, of the Citizens Union of Trinidad and Tobago.

Bharatt”s body was found over a precipice in the Heights of Aripo on Thursday afternoon, following days of searching.

Alexander said “Another one of our daughters has been killed in a country where lives and women lives are too cheap.”

He said they chose opposite the Red House, as any change in T&T will start and end in the building that houses the Parliament.

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