A series of voice notes are now circulating warning of a complete shutdown of all WASA plants at 9.30 tonight but PSA President Watson Duke says that is not a decision taken by the union.
The voice notes began circulating just after 10 am today on social media platform WhatsApp, saying talks have broken down.
Two of the voice notes, in particular, referred to health and safety issues impacting Process Plant Operators.
Police are investigating the origin of the voice notes circulating, warning of threats to schools yesterday as well as threats to bomb malls over last weekend and if need be will be using the assistance of the United States in tracking the criminal/s responsible for the voice notes.
The acting commanding officer of the T&T Regiment, Colonel Dexter Francis, has dispelled reports made in the media this week linking the death of Corporal Jerry Leacock to voice notes that went viral on social media referencing possible terrorist attacks in T&T.
In a release yesterday, the Regiment's public affairs officer, Captain Stefan Affonso, said "based on investigations thus far, these unfounded links that appear to be confirmed by the media have not been verified and are not linked to Cpl Leacock or any member of the Trinidad and Tobago Regiment.”