Thiruvananthapuram – Union Minister of State for External Affairs V. Muraleedharan has asked Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan to end mass dialogues and take necessary steps to ensure law and order. People and police were attacked in Vizhiinjat. The company claims to have lost Rs 200 crore. The Prime Minister, who was in a hole all that time, emerged after ten days with a mass dialogue. Muralidharan said that dialogue is not what is needed and if people’s lives and property cannot be secured, they should resign.
The only aim of the government and CPM is to impeach the governor. Muralidharan said that the governor had not written the letter on behalf of the BJP, but had followed the procedure of sending any complaint to the chief minister’s office at Raj Bhavan. The media collects and spreads bad propaganda to insult the governor. The Minister also responded that today Kerala is seeing the other side of the PR work being done in the fight against Covid. The minister also asked where the opposition has gone, whether it is the lack of law and order, nepotism and corruption.
English summary: Vizhinjam protest: V Muraleedharan slams Pinarayi Vijayan