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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan openly expressed his discontent on the CPI ministers staying away from Wednesday’s cabinet meet. Briefing reporters after the cabinet meet, he said the four ministers staying away from the cabinet meet is an unusual incident. Pinarayi said the CPI had written a letter stating that their four members will have no other option but to keep away from the meeting if Chandy is present.

The incident is something that should not have happened in a cabinet meet. The cabinet is being convened to discuss things if there are any. The ministers not attending the meet is quite serious, he said.  

There is nothing wrong in Thomas Chandy attending the meet. The cabinet

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