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Parkop: Please get your facts right Mr Polye

Parkop said he (Polye) must be in some dream land or  hallucinating. 

Parkop told Loop PNG that he never made such decision to remove informal sector from the city. 

“Did he hear me or was he present when I made such announcement? 

“As far as I am concern neither I, nor the Commission has made any such decision. 

“This was a decision made by the police based on their safety and security consideration. It is only a temporary decision to deal with security issues. The police made that very clear. 

“They said "until further notice". 

PMVs refuse to pick passengers

All bus passengers have been directed to walk out to the Unagi Oval to catch PMVs.

This follows the early afternoon ethnic fight in the area.

However, PMV drivers have been seen congregating their vehicles away from the Unagi park area, refusing to pick up passengers.

PMV drivers were seen convoying towards the Unagi oval and Boroko area, shouting “strike” and blaring their bus horns.

For now, passengers at Jack Pidik have been left stranded with most PMVs seen driving off from the field.