RWB Correspondent is reporting again on local issues with Salford BNP Organiser Gary Tumulty - Councillor in waiting,
The Irwell Riverside Ward where Gary Tumulty stands, has a mass increase of fly tipping and anti social behaviour, Local Amber Project grounds have been destroyed yet again by local yobs, and fly tippers from across Salford. Gary received scores of calls from local residents with concerns for the particular part of the ward.
RWB Salford spoke to Gary Tumulty who says “I witnessed this sort of anti behaviour some time last year, which I had sorted out this is a problem what happens time and time again, I have now reported the issue into Salford Council who assure me they will be dealing with it as soon as possible, The Amber Project has received a considerable amount of local money to set up the local project for teenagers, and to bring awareness to road safety, It really disappoints me to see this is happening to the local project of what we all love and support around the ward, Amber Lok a 13 year old girl was killed in a hit and run incident out side her own house in 2005. If the council don’t do their job and clean it, I will be organising a local clean up team my self and will be taking direct action"
“I blame the local councillors and there lack of interest in the ward, after all they don’t live round here, they don’t have to put up with it. Its seems to be ok but not on there own door steps that’s the unthinkable, This only confirms the British National Party message that the councillors in power at current are out touch with locals”
"The Council have spent millions of public money on CCTV in this area and it also comes to show CCTV is no real deterrent on crime, as it proceeds to happen and the culprits are getting away with it, As a Candidate and Local Organiser for the British National Party I will make it my mission to see real police back on the streets, Good old fashioned policing of areas is needed here not fancy high tech camera’s and PSCO’s who have no power and in my opinion a waste of Salford tax payers money” Gary concluded