Devaswom row; CPI wants Minister also to be probed

via www.kaumudi.com published on February 10, 2008

KOZHIKODE: Accusing Kerala Devaswom Minister G Sudhakaran of functioning `unilaterally’ on the issue concerning alleged irregularities in the Devaswom Board, the CPI said that any probe into the matter should also include the Minister.

“If there are irregularities in the Board affairs, it should be certainly probed but that should be first directed against the Minister, as he is heading the department’, CPI state Assistant Secretary, C N Chandran told reporters at Koyilandy near here.

Ever since the Board was reconstituted, the Minister had been targeting its members alone, he said, adding `in such a situation, Sudhakaran should clarify on what technical grounds he has been charging the two members.” Stating that the Minister was violating Front norms by not discussing the issue among LDF constituents, he said his party would raise the matter in the next Front meeting.

“Sudhakaran’s unilateral style of functioning is affecting the affinity among the Front partners very much,” he added.

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