The vehicles were bought by the former member for Goilala under the National Agriculture Development Program.

They were at the court house at Waigani for the case between the former member, Mathew Poya and the current MP, Daniel Mona when they were approached by Central Highway Patrol Patrol.

These farmers claim that the vehicles are not owned by the district and should be returned to them as this as affected them.

They have been waiting for a response from the current member and the district administrator.

However, the new MP denied asking police to take the vehicles.

Mr.Mona wants an inventory to be carried out to see what the district owns.

Meantime, the central province police boss will address the goilala farmers today on the vehicles.

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