Anitha Pullayil in the Assembly Complex: Report to the Speaker; Action Soon – Anitha Pullayil | Loka Kerala Sabha

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Thiruvananthapuram: Anitha Pulla, an expatriate woman accused in the Monson Mavungal antiquities scam, entered the Lok Sabha during the Loka Kerala Sabha with the help of a private company which provides technical assistance to Sabha TV. The Chief Marshal in charge of security forwarded the report to the Legislative Secretary.

According to the report, Anitha Pullayil was accompanied by company employees to the meeting. He was accompanied by two employees. After seeing their identity documents, the security personnel let them in. However, it is reported that Anita was not able to enter the Sankaran Thampi Hall where the Loka Kerala Sabha is being held. The Chief Marshal collected evidence from six Watch and Wards. CCTV footage was also examined. The open forum was held as part of the conference in the parking lot of media vehicles. The students were given a pass and participated in the open forum. The investigation revealed that Anita had a pass to attend the open forum. The circumstances under which Anita might get the pass are being examined. The Speaker will explain the details of the inquiry report to the media tomorrow.

Sabha TV may terminate its contract with the technical assistance company. Anitha Pullayil’s interview was aired on Sabha TV’s OTD platform. This is also being investigated. Anita had been circling the Assembly since the first day of the session. As the media followed, the church moved into TV’s office. Then the Watch and Ward came and took Anita out. Norka explained that Anita Pulla was not on the list of delegates.

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English Summary: Anitha Pullayil at Loka Kerala meet: Chief Marshal report hand over to Speaker

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