Opposition concerned, while Sandy has no info.

National Security Minister, John Sandy, is awaiting a report from Police Commissioner, Dwayne Gibbs, surrounding the lease of an aircraft to be used for surveillance.

The Opposition in parliament last week Friday raised concerns with the procurement process for the leasing of the plane at a reported nine hundred thousand dollars.

Laventille East Morvant Member of Parliament, Donna Cox, claimed the transaction was not a transparency one.

Questioned on the matter by reporters on Monday, Minister Sandy said he did not have all the information pertaining to the matter.

On that very matter, Managing Director of the company Trinidad and Tobago Air Support Co Ltd, Dirk Barnes, is insisting what was presented in Parliament last week Friday was inaccurate.

Mr. Barnes is also adamant that his company received no preference when the contract was awarded.