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         Posted on :18:57:27 May 17, 2018
       Last edited on:18:57:27 May 17, 2018
         Tags: Chandy, UDF victory, Chengannur

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The very day on which the UDF candidate’s name for Chengannur was declared, the front’s victory was ensured, former chief minister Oommen Chandy has said.   

“It is the people who have to evaluate the State’s administration and they are doing that job perfectly. The result of this evaluation will be seen in Chengannur election. The achievement in Chengannur the government boastfully lays claim on was actually achieved during the UDF rule.

Let me say what the government did over the past two years. M C Road development and Kallissery Bridge can be taken as example. Let us just take the rationing system. New ration cards have not been allotted.

There is a backlog of lakhs of applications for the new ration card.

People know very well when developments have happened,” he said at a press conference here on Thursday.
Speaking on Karnataka’s political scenario, Chandy said formation of BJP government was a humiliation for the whole nation. Keeping off Cong-Janata Dal combine away from power, was tantamount to sabotaging the democracy.

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