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       Appointment of relative: Chennithala sends letter seeking probe on CM’s role
         Posted on :15:39:32 Jan 10, 2017
       Last edited on:15:39:32 Jan 10, 2017
         Tags: letter,seek, probe, role, CM

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has sent a letter to the vigilance seeking a probe on the role of the chief minister in the case connected with E P Jayarajan. The vigilance director’s zeal shown in the case against K M Mani and K Babu is not seen in the case against Jayarajan and Mercikutty Amma. The vigilance took 89 days to file FIR in the case in connection with the relative’s appointment.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan is responsible for leading the IAS officials for a strike for the first time in the history of Kerala. The chief minister has not been able to do anything even after getting many complaints on the dispute which started in October. The chief ministers had earlier intervened in such disputes and had solved it also. The chief minister is trying to escape by threatening them when things got worse. The state’s administration is stalled due to the cold war between the officials. The people are having a harrowing time because of the cold war between officials. Files are piled up. The decision of the IAS officers to take mass leave is an insult to the state.

The government led by Pinarayi has stopped distributing ration rice.Food and Civil Supplies Minister P Thilothaman should learn from former minister C Divakaran. A crime branch probe should be ordered to find who is responsible for the suicide of Jishnu of Pattambi Nehru College. 

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