Thiruvananthapuram – Thiruvananthapuram Mayor Arya Rajendran met Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan amid the controversy surrounding the allegation that the CPM had sent a letter to Thiruvananthapuram district secretary Anavoor Nagappan asking him to suggest party members for temporary appointments . The Mayor met the Prime Minister at Cliff House, his official residence. After reaching the prime minister’s office and filing a complaint, Arya arrived at Cliff House. DGP Anilkanth also reached Cliff House.
The CPM district leadership had earlier called Arya. Senior leaders of the area, including members of the national committee, were also called to the meeting. The mayor gave an explanation to the party in the debate. The explanation is that it is not his letter and that the letter does not have his signature, only the seal. It was also informed that he was not in Thiruvananthapuram on the date mentioned in the letter.
A letter to Anavoor Nagappan asking for a list of party members to appoint 295 temporary posts in the Thiruvananthapuram Corporation has come out. In the letter addressed to him as ‘Comrade’, he was asked to provide the priority list of candidates after giving details of the vacancies.
English Summary: Letter arguing: Mayor Arya Rajendran meets CM Pinarayi Vijayan at Cliff House