Police are expected to visit the Ministry of the People and Social Development's head office in Port of Spain later this week as the probe into alleged sex acts against fired Government minister Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh gets under way.
The Express learned that Patricia Singh-the Central Trinidad woman who claimed that she
was made to perform sex acts on Ramadharsingh
went to him for assistance to fast-track a Housing Development Corporation
(HDC) application-is expected to accompany police to the specific office where the incidents are alleged to have occurred.
According to the police report made by Singh last week, the two sex acts allegedly occurred at the ministry's Independence Square and Abercromby Street, Port of Spain, office in 2011 and eight weeks ago.
During a five-minute, 15-second recorded conversation obtained by the Express between Singh and Ramadharsingh
, the mother of three expressed disgust over the sex acts she
was made to perform on him.
During the telephone conversation, Ramadharsingh
did not admit to the alleged sex acts performed on him.
The Express learned that a copy of the sworn statutory declaration in which Singh speaks of her
disapproval over performing the sex acts on Ramadharsingh
at the ministry's office has also been handed over to police.
On Sunday, Ramadharsingh
"categorically and unequivocally" denied all of Singh's allegations.
was responding to the Sunday Express (April 6) exclusive story which stated that police had started an investigation into Singh's report alleging she
was made to perform the sex acts on him.
The fired minister has said the report was misleading and without merit and has caused personal hurt, pain and suffering to his
family and he
will be referring the issue to his
had not previously responded to e-mails, text messages or telephone calls on the allegations when the Sunday Express had tried to contact him from as early as March 25 before publication of its lead story last Sunday.
Housing Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal could not be reached for comment on statements made by Ramadharsingh during the recorded conversation.