Nayanar’s daughter quits ‘Desabhimani’

via Newindpress published on November 22, 2006

Source:www.newindpress.com



T’PURAM: Slapping in the face of the CPM state leadership, E K Nayanar’s daughter Sudha has decided to resign from the party mouthpiece ‘Desabhimani’.

Reason: Alleged mental torture by Thiruvananthapuram unit manager K Varadarajan and his colleagues.

It’s reliably learnt that Sudha, a senior clerk, who is not in the good books of the CPM official faction, has sent in her resignation to ‘Desabhimani’ general manager E P Jayarajan last week.

But when contacted, Sudha said she has been on medical leave.

Sudha’s ‘forceful ouster’ was the outcome of a series of harassments in the office. She was transferred from Kannur last month on her request.

From the day one, Sudha had to undergo humiliations in the office, some of which are the examples of the dirtiest tricks the comrades could play to finish off their fellows in the rival faction.

She was posted at the accounts section at first and later transferred to the general manager’s office.

But, unit manager and former NGO union state president K Varadarajan, was reportedly angry over the appointment of Sudha as the appointment was made without consulting him.

A senior journalist was also irked by Sudha’s presence as he suspected her hand behind the humiliation he had to suffer in the last ‘Desabhimani’ local committee election.

One fine morning, Sudha was reportedly welcomed at her cabin with the display of dirty underwears.

The next morning was no different. More shocking incident, unprintable, happened and Sudha decided to lock her room for preventing such incidents in future.

But on the third day, when she reached the office, her cabin had been locked using a big lock.

She broke down and immediately sent a letter to the general manager, which is believed to be her resignation letter.

The ignoble treatment meted out to Sudha had triggered strong resentment within the organisation.

The fact that the victim is none other than the daughter of E K Nayanar, to whom Desabhimani was the dearest companion even during his last days, has taken the issue to the state secretary-level.

State unit secretary Pinarayi Vijayan has personally taken up the issue and efforts are on to cajole Sudha to join back for duty at the earliest.

The grapevine is that not only Sudha but the son and daughter of EMS, who work in the Desabhimani, are also having a tough time dealing with the unit manager.

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