He said those involved in the protest and the destruction of the company’s palm trees should be arrested and brought to justice.
Superintendent Brown made the statement recently during a fact-finding tour of the Sime Darby Plantation.
He told reporters that the Government would put in place the necessary measures to curtail protests on the plantation because this is not the first time such violent protest is taking place there.
He noted that most of the protestors were not citizens of the county and that their ultimate aim is to see the company leave the county.
He cautioned the citizens to get involved in positive ventures in the county and to respect the rule of law.
According to Superintendent Brown, protesters on Tuesday, April 5, blocked the entrance to the plantation and burned several acres of palm trees.
He said the incident was prompted by the disappearance on Monday, April 4, of a 40-year-old woman Madam Konba Fallah, who reportedly went to seek medical treatment at the Sime Darby Plantation Health Center when she reportedly went missing.
Superintendent Brown said the County Authority will work with Sime Darby Company security and national security agencies assigned in the county to prevent such occurrences on the plantation in the future.