‘Constitution which helps to rob the people’; Minister Saji Cheriyan criticized the Constitution of India and criticized the Constitution – Saji Cheriyan | Indian Constitution

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Thiruvananthapuram ∙ The government is in crisis following the controversial remarks made by minister Saji Cherian against the country’s constitution. The controversial speech of the minister was that India has a constitution that is suitable for robbing the most people. Governor Arif Mohammad Khan sought an explanation from Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan about the Minister who took oath of allegiance to the Constitution and rejected the same Constitution.

The Governor is of the position that if the Chief Minister does not take action, he can decide what is required. The Governor responded to the media saying that the Constitution is a firm belief in nationalism and I hope the Chief Minister will take care of this. Saji Cherian explained to the Chief Minister personally and later in the assembly that he criticized the administration and not the constitution and expressed his regret.

If there is no action against the minister, the opposition has decided to approach the court. The KPCC group submitted a petition to the Governor demanding the dismissal of Minister Saji Cherian, who openly insulted the Constitution and the architects of the Constitution and violated his oath of office. UDF and BJP leaders also filed a complaint. The Youth Congress State Committee has lodged a complaint with the DGP demanding a criminal case against the minister. These were sent to the Chief Minister by the Governor. It is known that the government has received legal advice that if the court intervenes, the problem will become serious.

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From the video of Saji Cherian’s speech in Mallapally

It is noteworthy that the CPM state leadership has not officially responded on this issue. After the controversy erupted, no official discussions of the party have taken place. The Available Secretariat will meet this morning with the Minister also participating. There is also a cabinet meeting in the evening. The decision of the party and the government will be clear with these meetings.

The CPI is deeply unhappy with the minister’s controversial statement. The party assessed that the leader, who is also a member of the cabinet, gave a speech that rejected the Left’s stance towards the Constitution.

What the minister said in Mallapally: ‘Constitution fit for plunder’

The Minister’s controversial speech was on Sunday at the CPM Area Committee’s program at Mallapally in Pathanamthitta district. The minister said that India has a constitution that is suitable for robbing the most people. Relevant passages: ‘The country has a beautifully written constitution to rob the people. It has some advantages. Secularism, democracy, spear and wheel are written on its side. But this is precisely the constitution that can be looted. The Indian wrote the constitution which was prepared by the British. It is the constitution that most condoned exploitation’. The video of the speech was posted on the Facebook page of Mallapalli CPM Area Committee. It was removed after the speech became controversial.

In the oath, the minister said: ‘Will have unequivocal loyalty and allegiance to the Constitution’

In the name of Sagaurava/God, I solemnly swear that I will maintain unfeigned loyalty and allegiance to the Constitution of India established by law, that I will maintain the sovereignty and integrity of India, that I will discharge my duties faithfully and conscientiously as a Minister of the State of Kerala, and that I will do justice to all people as per the Constitution and law, without fear, partiality, favor or hatred.

Minister said that it was said in Onattukara language

‘What I said in Upper Kuttanad and Onattukara dialect caused a misunderstanding. Nothing has been said against the constitution and legal system. Then why should you resign? He spoke at the party meeting in Mallapally. There was no media. Naturally, things would have been talked about as a platform to talk about. It stands firm that it has not been said against the Constitution. If the Governor asks, he will be convinced’ – Minister Saji Cherian

English Summary : Minister Saji Cheriyan criticizes Indian constitution

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