Thiruvananthapuram: The Union Minister V. Prasad said that the decision of the High Court to cancel the 80:20 ratio in awarding minority scholarships should be accepted Muraleedharan. He also demanded that the government take a stand to provide benefits to the Christian community as well. Muraleedharan pointed out that it was clear from the Chief Minister’s statement that this stand was taken to protect the interests of the vote banks.
The government should be prepared to accept the court ruling and take action. The practice of favoring only a particular religious sect should be changed. The verdict should reflect the politics of the Muslim vote bank. The court quashed the order on the grounds that it was unconstitutional to approach the benefit of the Christian community in the name of the backwardness of a particular religion without studying the backwardness of the community. Muraleedharan also said that the Chief Minister’s statement was to protect the interests of the terrorists who helped in the elections.
The CPM and the Congress are playing politics in Kerala on the Lakshadweep issue.
Muraleedharan also said that he is not responding to the criticism leveled against actor Prithviraj.
Bangalore: Six people, including two Keralites, have been arrested in Bengaluru with drugs worth Rs 35 lakh. Malayalee PB Adityan (29), C.S. Akhil (25), John Chukwaka (30) from Nigeria, Sherwin Supreet John (26) from Bangalore and Aniket A. Keshav, 26, and Dominic Paul, 30, were arrested by the Bangalore Central Crime Branch’s anti-narcotics unit.
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MDMA Pills and LSD Papers have also been seized from them. They were also sold through the Bitcoin transaction through the Dark Net. They were caught trying to sell drugs between 6 and 10 a.m., which is relaxed under lockdown restrictions.