UNC Moruga/Tableland MP Michelle Benjamin accused the PNM of neglecting her constituency in several ways.
She made her claims in her maiden contribution in the House of Representatives on Monday, during the budget debate.
Before the August 10 general election, Moruga/Tableland was held by the PNM.
Benjamin scoffed at National Security Minister Stuart Young's statements about Government's efforts to secure TT's borders.
"We have boatloads of migrants who land on the beach at Moruga every day."
While stressing she was not condemning the efforts of the police to deal with crime in Moruga/Tableland, Benjamin claimed the resources being allocated to the police to operate in places like her constituency were unacceptable.
She lamented that the constituency lacks 24-hour health facilities, especially in light of the covid19 pandemic. Benjamin said people often have to wait on the road or in their cars for hours to see a doctor at a health centre in Indian Walk.
She also claimed that people in her constituency were misled about the decriminalisation of marijuana, with some being charged for having amounts which are permissible by law.
"This is deception of the highest order."
After complaints were registered by Leader of Government Business Camille Robinson-Regis, Speaker Bridgid Annisette-George told Benjamin to withdraw her claim and she complied.
She said she planned to be the voice of her constituents in the House.