Residents of Todds road staged a fiery protest this morning as the rural community in South Trinidad expressed their frustrations over road conditions.
They say a major landslip in the area is endangering the structures of several homes.
One community member says former Minister of Works Fitzgerald Hinds visited in January 2016 and since then no work has been done.
Over the last two weeks, a number of communities have staged fiery protests.
A series of Black flags have been erected outside the Ministry of Agriculture and the Office of the Prime Minister.
The flags were erected sometime last night.
CNC3 contacted Pundit Luthcmdial who admitted that they were elevated by his employees as a form of protest.
He says the flags are not linked to any religious rituals.
CNC3 understands the matter is linked to a quarry contract.
The Member of Parliament for Mayaro insists that Monday's fiery protest by residents of Rio Claro was not politically-motivated.
Rushton Paray says while he does not support the illegal demonstration which can cause further damage to infrastructure, he understands the plight of the residents.
Yesterday, scores of persons from a number of communities in the area blocked several access points to vent their frustrations with the poor road conditions.
Citizens are being called to protest the measures announced in the 2018 budget presentation by Minister of Finance Colm Imbert.
A video making the rounds on Whatsapp, calls on people to gather in front of the Parliament building on Friday.
The video says citizens will gather to take a stand against the Budget measures, and highlights "extreme taxation, high tuition fees, high food prices and high gas prices".
The advertisement calls for patriotic and concerned citizens to "wake up" and says that "doing nothing is not an option."