Tuesday, February 2, 2016

CM, govt will have to face strong protests, says Pinarayi

KOCHI: I don’t think Chief Minister Oommen Chandy will be able to walk freely in the state, CPM politburo member Pinarayi Vijayan said while talking to reporters as part of his Nava Kerala March.

The congress’ downfall has been revealed through Oommen Chandy continuing in his post. His days would be disturbed again. Minister K C Joseph had to make the derogatory remarks against the judge in order to protect the chief minister. This is not an isolated incident. The judges were criticized even in the palmolein case when a statement was made against the chief minister by the Thrissur Vigilance Court. The attitude and culture of the congress shows they are above law, he said.

The congress leaders have stooped so low by looting a woman’s pride and money when she came to do business. Those close to the chief minister have accepted money from Saritha S Nair. His tactics was to help her out of the way and then get a part of the profit she gets. The reflection of the protests staged by the party will be strengthened in the assembly. Those willing to come to the LDF will be accepted. The party floated by Vellappally Natesan does not have any existence, he said.

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