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Malayalam News – ‘Good luck, I did not expect the Chief Minister to take this stand’: Kundara woman | kundara case complainant criticizes chief minister pinarayi vijayan for supporting ak saseendran | News18 Kerala, Kerala Latest Malayalam News

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News18 Malayalam

Kollam: A woman who lodged a complaint of harassment against Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan in Kundara. She also asked what message the Chief Minister was giving to the women community in Kerala by standing with the accused minister. The Chief Minister has said that there is a pro-women move in Kerala and has taken a pro-Shashindra stance. The Chief Minister is sending a message that women with similar experiences should expect the same, she said.

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‘Do the same in Kerala, the message is that women will get such security. I’m in good spirits. So far, I do not think the Chief Minister will take such a stand. Not a single word was uttered against the Chief Minister in front of the media. For the first time, this is said with difficulty. Minister Shashindran should resign anyway. He did not do the right thing in the ministry. A person who does not deserve that position should resign and leave, ‘said the woman. She added that she has decided to go ahead with legal action against the minister.

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Meanwhile, CPM state secretary A Vijayaraghavan said he would respond after examining the phone call controversy. He said the party had not discussed the allegations against Shashindra in detail and only knew about the matter through the media.

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The CPI (M) had earlier observed that the minister ‘s intervention was not unusual and that Shashindran should not resign as the case was being investigated. In the allegations, Shashindran, who had a direct meeting with the Chief Minister, has given him an explanation. During the meeting, the Chief Minister decided that Shashindran should not resign. It was after this that the complainant saw the media.

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Rajesh V

First published:
July 21, 2021 3:11 PM IS

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