The Simpson Miller administration is coming under fire from the Opposition Jamaica Labour Party for obtaining the injunction from the Court which ordered the Police to return to work.

Abka Fitz-Henley has more:

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Prior to the Court order being obtained, two Cabinet Ministers, Attorney General, Patrick Atkinson and National Security Minister, Peter Bunting criticized the Police personnel who’ve called in sick.

Mr. Atkinson told our news center this afternoon that the Police Federation will have a chance to explain their action to the court on June 18.

He noted that the injunction has provided for the assets of Police personnel being seized if they do not report to work.

Chairman of the Opposition JLP, Robert Montague is not amused. He says criticism from Government of the Police personnel and the court order obtained are wrong.

Senator Montague says the Prime Minister and her administration must remember her words.

The JLP Chairman says the Simpson Miller administration must back-off and show regard to public sector workers.