Arrogant Sudhagaran Boycotts Chief Minister’s meeting on Sabarimala Issues

via HK published on December 17, 2007

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Devaswom Minister G Sudhakaran boycotted Today’s meeting called by Chief Minister V.S.Achuthanandan to sort out the difficulties faced by Sabarimala Pilgrims.

Chief Minister called this meeting as per the request of Hindu Organisations and Opposition Parties. Many Communist party members also requested CM’s intervention to save party’s image spoiled by Sudhagaran infront of Hindu Devotees.

Sending strong signals to Devaswom Minister and Devaswom Members, Achuthanandan assured that a Solution will be taken within a week.He also assured that steps would be taken immediately for the medical treatment required for the pilgrims. Facilities including a mini operation theatre would be implemented this month itself. Action will be taken to allot more space for parking in Nilakkal.
Adding salt to Devaswom Minister’s stands today ombudsman submitted a report in the Kerala High Court blaming the devaswom board for its irresponsible attitude while granting contract for aravana tins to Sabarimala.

The board made a contract of 1.34 crores with the SIDCO Company. The report recommended getting back the contract amount from the company for the big loss made to the board. The report also pointed out that the board failed to verify the quality of the tins.

Chief Minister should seek the resignation of Sudhagarn who had shown his arrogance once again by boycotting this meeting called for finding a solution to the ongoing problems. His Boycott is a clear gesture that, He is not at all interested in solving the issues rather wants to create controversies daily to destroy this Divine abode of Lord Ayyapa

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